Translated by Ollie Richardson
The Vice President of the United States Mike Pence said that President Donald Trump hopes for a change in the behavior of the Russian Federation in Ukraine. The politician Vadim Kolesnichenko on the air of radio Sputnik expressed the opinion that similar calls suffer from lack of logic.
The US President Donald Trump hopes for change in the behavior of the Russian Federation in Ukraine, said the Vice President of the United States Mike Pence in an interview to the Fox News TV channel.
The Vice President of the United States made these statements during an official visit in Tallinn.
Relations between Russia and the West have worsened because of the situation in Ukraine. Moscow repeatedly rejected the accusations of western countries of interfering in the affairs of Ukraine, stating that it isn’t a party of the intra-Ukrainian conflict in Donbass or a subject of the Minsk Agreements on the settlement.
The chairman of the presidium of the International Council of Russian Compatriots Vadim Kolesnichenko on the air of radio Sputnik expressed the opinion that Washington should think about ceasing to talk to Russia so haughtily.
“The US still hasn’t realized that the world has stopped being unipolar and that Russia is not the little boy in a sandbox who the certain ‘big uncle’ can take and punish. Russia is a self-sufficient State that is a fully-fledged player in the foreign policy arena, and which will insist on everyone playing in identical and equal conditions of the implementation of international law,” noted Vadim Kolesnichenko.
He also reminded that Russia isn’t a participant of the armed conflict in Ukraine.
“It is senseless to force Russia to take any actions in Ukraine. Russia isn’t a participant of the armed conflict in Ukraine. Its participants are the government of Ukraine and the people of Ukraine. And this war was unleashed on the instigation and according to the plan of the US State Department representatives. Therefore to stop this conflict the US must address itself and its politicum,” considers Vadim Kolesnichenko.
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