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The Kremlin has criticized trump’s “unfortunate wording” of the Russian attack

The Kremlin reacted to the words of the candidate in presidents of the United States Donald trump that Washington will support NATO in case of Russian attack, if these countries are to meet their obligations to US. Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said that even hypothetical words about a possible attack by Russia is unacceptable.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov commented on an interview of the candidate in US presidents from Republican party, billionaire Donald trump, the New York Times, in which he touched upon the conditions of military assistance Washington Baltic countries-members of NATO in case of Russian attack.

Read the story: trump has said that NATO will “protect” from Russia

Dmitry Peskov said that not discussing the issue of obligations of other countries to the United States, noting that Russia itself has a commitment to ensuring Europe’s global strategic security and perfectly copes with it, reports “Interfax”.

He added that even in vain to utter the phrase about a hypothetical Russian attack on someone” is “not a very good wording.

Earlier MKRU reported that Donald trump has answered the question about US aid to the Baltic States, NATO members, in the case of a possible Russian attack. He said that first it is necessary to analyze compliance by these countries with their obligations to US and if met, then Yes, such help is possible. In the same interview, trump said that the US is now the case wrong in connection with the shooting at the police and before something to indicate other States, it is necessary to restore order.

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