At the same time, Washington reserves the right to “send a clear signal” to Moscow about those actions of the Russian side, which, according to US authorities, “harms” the United States, the White House said
TASS reported on Sunday that Jake Sullivan, assistant to the US president for national security, said the United States believed it could cooperate with Russia on strategic stability, the issue of humanitarian access in Syria, interaction in the Arctic and in a number of other areas.
“We’ll see what happens. There are issues of strategic stability, Syria and humanitarian access”, – the US aide said. – “There are issues related to the Arctic. There are other areas where it will be in our interest to find a framework to work with Russia.”
He said the U.S. considers the possibility of cooperation with Russia in a number of spheres, if it is in the interests of both of the parties. Washington reserves the right to “send a clear message” to Moscow about the actions of the Russian side, which, according to the US authorities, are “detrimental” to the United States, Sullivan said.Ukrainian Foreign Ministry accuses NATO of failing to deliver on promises