Kremlin: Moscow will appreciate negotiations of Armenia, EU and USA after appearance of official statements

The Kremlin is considered premature to evaluate a tripartite meeting on Friday in Brussels with the participation of Armenian Prime Minister Nikola Pashinyan, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and the head of the European Commission Ursula von Lyayen.

About this on Friday, April 5, a press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov, said at a briefing, Russian state media reported.

“So far we do not know the full agenda of this meeting, although there are certain messages,” the Kremlin spokesman said, calling on to wait for “some statements from the Armenian side that they mean discussing the topic of transatlantic integration.”

“What does one of the parties mean – the Armenian side, declaring the discussion of the topic of Euro -Atlantic integration – we have not seen and did not hear. So far we are coming from this,” said Peskov.

– Strategic security remains a sphere for the dialogue of the Russian Federation and the USA

The Kremlin representative said that strategic security issues, including in space, are the main potential sphere for dialogue between the Russian Federation and the USA.

“The main potential sphere for dialogue between the USA and the Russian Federation is just issues related to strategic safety, to which the cosmic theme belongs,” Peskov said.

Commenting on the US initiative in the UN Security Council on the non -renewal of nuclear weapons in space, Peskov explained that the Russian side will form a position on the document when he get acquainted with his project.

“We need to wait, read, read, and then form a position,” said the representative of the Kremlin.

On the eve of the Coordinator of Strategic Communications in the National Security Council of the White House, John Kirby said that the States will put a resolution to the UN Security Council next week and expect a positive decision of Moscow on the initiative.

– The words of the President of France about the desire of the Russian Federation to disrupt the Olympics are unacceptable

The spokesman of the President of the Russian Federation called the statements of the French leader Emmanuel Macron that Moscow will probably try to prevent the Olympics in Paris.

Peskov considers the statements of the Minister of Transport of the Czech Republic Martin Kupk that Russia is involved in cyber attacks on the transport infrastructure of the republic.

“these are absolutely unfounded accusations – both in the first and second cases. Often they sound, but they are never supported by some adequate evidence or argument. We are absolutely not acceptable of such accusations,” he said.

– new sanctions in Tokyo took the unfriendly Russian position

A spokesman for the President of the Russian Federation called the “unfriendly position” in relation to Russia by Japan introducing new export restrictions.

“Japan has been fully joined the practice of illegal sanctions, restrictions on our country, and took an unfriendly position in relation to us,” he said.

speaking of how the Kremlin reacted to a new ban, Peskov said that “just like the previous ones.”