The emergence of fake news about Russia and Afghanistan in the American media - an attempt to exert psychological influence on the Russian diplomats and to interfere with their work, so in the spirit of the cold war, says former Deputy Secretary General of the UN, Deputy Secretary of the Public chamber of Russia Sergey Ordzhonikidze.
Previously, the newspaper the New York Times, citing an unnamed us intelligence officials published an article in which asserted that military intelligence of the Russian Federation allegedly offered a reward associated with the Taliban militants for attacks on American soldiers in Afghanistan. No evidence was provided. The Russian Embassy in the United States demanded from the authorities an adequate response to the threats made to the diplomats because of false news about Russia and Afghanistan.
The book of the former US presidential Advisor for national security John Bolton can be called "washing underwear the White house," is dishonest and indecent, said the former under-Secretary-General, UN, Deputy Secretary of the Public chamber of Russia Sergey Ordzhonikidze.
On Tuesday, she released the memoir of former US presidential Advisor for national security John Bolton - "the Room where it happened: a memoir of the White house," in which he describes his work in the White house in 2018-2019. The administration trump claims that the book contains confidential information, and Bolton have not agreed the contents with the authorities. Bolton said that no classified information in the book, and the White house required him to remove from the books uncomplimentary remarks about trump.
Any chances of getting Karelia in the Soviet Union in Finland was not, such a scenario could take place only as a result of war, told RIA Novosti, former Deputy Secretary General of the UN, Deputy Secretary of the Public chamber of Russia Sergey Ordzhonikidze.
Former expert of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Finland, former diplomat, doctor of political science and writer and documentarian Yucca Seppinen previously stated that the Soviet Union under Mikhail Gorbachev was allegedly ready to start negotiations on the transfer of Karelia. This was reported by the portal iltalehti.fi, referring to a new book, the former diplomat. Approval Seppanen, Finland had chances to Karelia from the late 1980s to early 1990-ies, however, the President Mauno Koivisto did not use them.