In Moscow, Nuland met with Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia Sergei Ryabkov, Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration and expert on Ukrainian issues Dmitry Kozak, Assistant to the President for Foreign Policy Yuri Ushakov and Deputy Minister of Defense of Russia Alexander Fomin.
Four months after the talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden, the two delegations met again to discuss key issues in bilateral relations: nuclear nonproliferation, cyber security, the situation in southeastern Ukraine, Afghanistan and a number of other topics.
Following the meeting, the Russian side emphasized that the United States remains adherent of the Minsk agreements on the settlement of the conflict in Ukraine. However, the Spanish publication believes that it was Nuland who was an important figure in organizing the coup d’etat in Kiev in 2014 and was to blame for the subsequent events in this country.
The journalist Rodolfo Bueno reported that the American Deputy Secretary of State of the State Department was heavily involved in Ukrainian affairs. During an intercepted telephone conversation between Nuland and the then US Ambassador to Kiev, Jeffrey Payette, it turned out that she was promoting the candidacy of Arseniy Yatsenyuk for the post of prime minister, which, as a result, happened. She also spoke rudely about the European Union because of her passivity during the events of Euromaidan.
The Spanish observer stressed that Nuland brought to power the nationalists who actively collaborated with the Nazis during the Second World War. At the same time, Bueno noted that the American politician is a descendant of Jews who fled from the territory of western Ukraine under the onslaught of anti-Semitism.
According to the Spanish journalist, Nuland intervened in the internal affairs of the Eastern European state in the traditional US manner and helped organize an anti-constitutional coup. Seven years later, she came to Moscow in order to reach agreements on resolving the conflict in southeastern Ukraine, which began due to an undemocratic change of government – hypocrisy on her part.
Earlier in NewInform: political scientist Konstantin Blokhin named topics that could be discussed at a new meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US leader Joe Biden.