The American media became aware of the plan of US state Secretary Rex Tillerson on building constructive relations with Russia. Classified document consists of three points and very similar to the Obama administration in 2015.
American site BuzzFeed says about the presence of U.S. Secretary Rex Tillerson plan for the development of constructive relations with Russia. The document prepared by the head of the American foreign Ministry, consists of three points. On this portal, said sources in Tillerson-led Ministry.
After reviewing the main thesis of the document, the portal drew attention to the fact that it is very similar to the program of the Obama administration in 2015. However, Obama’s plan consisted of four items. Tillerson did not include in his plan a clause about the provision of support to Russia’s neighboring countries in Eastern and Central Europe. The program Obama assumed the provision of such support, including through the resources of the Alliance.
The first item was developed by Secretary of state Tillerson document focused on the need for explanations of Russia are counterproductive for the two countries of a series of actions which, according to Washington, involved in the Russian side. This refers to the selling of arms to the Taliban in Afghanistan and the incidents of us diplomats in Moscow. As the document says, the United States will respond to actions that, they believe, is directed against their interests.
In the second paragraph, the plan States on measures to establish cooperation with Moscow on meeting the strategic interests of the United States areas. Traditionally problems associated with banned terrorist organization “Islamic state”, North Korea and cybersecurity. According to the portal, the Secretary of state intends to more actively pursue coordination with Russia to combat terrorists in Syria, but does not know how to do it. To isolate the DPRK proposes to “reverse” the growth of trade between Moscow and Pyongyang.
The third paragraph of the document, according to a source at the state Department on the issue of the importance of maintaining a relationship of “strategic stability” with Russia. Under this definition usually refers to arms control, primarily over nuclear weapons.