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Thursday, June 22, 2017

The state Department responded to trump’s words about the recognition of the Crimea


Representatives of the US state Department said a statement of the candidate for President from the Republican party of Donald trump. Earlier he promised to consider recognition of Crimea as part of Russia.


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The representative of the foreign Ministry Julie Mason called the statement of the trump part of his campaign rhetoric, noting that the state Department would not comment on its progress, reports RIA Novosti.

Shortly before the Republican candidate once again made a number of conciliatory statements. In particular, he did not rule out the possibility of easing sanctions on Russia and promised to consider recognition of Crimea as part of Russia.

In the course of communication with journalists trump also said that he will be able to gain favor with Russian President Vladimir Putin, while Barack Obama and especially to Hillary Clinton, the Russian leader is not respected.

It should be noted that Western media and opponents from the camp of Democrats have sharply criticized trump for the declared statements about the need to make peace with Russia. They also allude to the fact that the Kremlin desperately wants to put trump in the presidency of the United States.

It got to the point that the Democrats accused the Russian special services in the breaking of party mail servers supposedly to discredit Clinton and promotion trump. In Moscow called these statements absurd.

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