Russia and the United States agree on a date for security talks


Russian and U.S. officials will take part in security talks on January 10 amid escalating military tensions over Ukraine, sources close to US President Joe Biden told Reuters, and the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told TASS.

It is also very likely that Russia will accept NATO’s proposal to hold joint talks on January 12, and a broader meeting, which will be attended by representatives of Moscow and Washington DC and some European countries, is scheduled for January 13.

Russia, which has alarmed the West with strong military activity in its border areas with Ukraine, which it says is in response to the growing NATO military presence on its borders and the build-up of troops, has delivered a list of key European security issues, of which the legally binding non-proliferation treaty of the Alliance in the East is key.

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