Blinken with the phrase “it is appropriate to discuss” assessed Russia’s ideas on security

The State Department called Russia's proposals on security in Europe appropriate for discussion US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, commenting on Russia's proposals on security guarantees, said that among them there are both clearly unacceptable and those that can be discussed. & lt; … & gt; At the same time, President Biden made it clear that there is a much better path, and that is diplomacy. Just as there is what we put on the table [of negotiations], to which Russia needs to respond, '', & mdash; said the head of the State Department. According to him, the United States is working in very close coordination with allies and partners not only to show its concern, but also to prepare a large-scale response if Russia “ commits new acts of aggression & raquo ;. Blinken also stressed that the United States is simultaneously engaged in “ diplomacy and deterrence '' in relation to Russia. < p> “There are some very obvious impassable elements in what the Russians put on the table [for discussion]. And we intend to participate in this if Russia does it too, '', & mdash; he noted. All this will be discussed & raquo;, & mdash; he assured. Blinken noted that the United States is ready for diplomatic contacts through a variety of channels, including the Council of Russia & mdash; NATO and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). “ Russia has made statements and published documents that it has claims, demands, concerns. During a meeting in Geneva between US and Russian Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin, as the Secretary of State recalled, the former told his colleague that Washington prefers more predictable and stable relations with Moscow. The United States and all our European partners have them with regard to Russia's actions. Material is supplemented Author “ But if Russia continues its reckless or aggressive actions, we will respond and respond decisively. According to him, Washington expects security talks with Moscow to begin in early 2022. But there may be other issues that are appropriate to discuss.