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The world is talking about this claim! USA and Russia meet secretly

The world is talking about this claim USA and Russia meet secretly

While the Ukraine-Russia War was going on, the news in the US press shook the agenda. The US press wrote that White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan met with Putin’s foreign policy adviser Yuri Ushakov and his counterpart Nikolai Potrushev. According to the news based on US officials, it was announced that the purpose of the meeting was to eliminate the risk of nuclear disaster.

The war, which started on the orders of Russian President Putin, has been going on for 8 months. While the war was going on, the news of the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) from the US press fell like a bomb on the agenda.

RUSSIA AND US CONFIDENTIAL MEETING

The newspaper wrote that White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan met with Putin’s foreign policy adviser Yuri Ushakov and his counterpart Nikolai Potrushev. The news in question was based on unnamed US officials.

USA and Russia

BUILT TO PREVENT NUCLEAR DISASTERS

The WSJ underlined that the meeting was held to warn against the use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine and to reduce the risk of escalation of ongoing conflicts. Speaking to the WSJ about Sullivan’s talks with Russian officials, US officials said the White House was not hopeful about these talks.

US PRESSURE ZELENSKI

On the other hand, Washington Post, one of the leading newspapers of the USA, wrote that the USA pressured Ukraine to meet with Russia. The newspaper wrote that the United States pressured Zelenski to lift the ban on meeting with Putin and end the war amid growing fears of nuclear war.

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