MP: blackmail the United States on the issue of departmenti will force Moscow to respond

© RIA Novosti / Ramil to Setdiscoverable in photobacteria of the State Duma on Okhotny Ryad street in Moscow. Archival photoMP: blackmail the United States on the issue of departmenti will force Moscow to respond© RIA Novosti / Ramil to Setdiscoverable the image Bank

If Washington continues blackmail repayment of the Russian departmenet, Moscow will be forced to retaliate, but it will not lead to better relations, but will create difficulties in the work of the diplomats, said Deputy Chairman of the Duma Committee on international Affairs Alexei chepa.

Earlier, a senior official in the White house told RIA Novosti that the US does not intend to return of diplomatic property of Russia, access to which was blocked during the administration of former President Barack Obama, without getting «something in return».

«If you will go on a kind of blackmail, we will also send 30 diplomats, and we have options to respond in the same wrong (way) – once again. It will not lead to improved relations, it will create another disruption to the normal work of diplomats… But we are forced to do it,» said chepa RIA Novosti.

According to the parliamentarian, the Russian foreign Ministry made a very wise move, not responding to these actions immediately, as we understand that the relationship will build with the administration of the new President. However, «no bargaining cards it can’t be,» said Chepe.

«It is a nonsense. The property, which was illegally removed, which is not even allowed our representatives to see what is happening there, the property purchased by the Soviet Union many years ago», — said the Deputy.

The administration of U.S. President Barack Obama at the end of December 2016, passed a package of anti-Russian sanctions because of alleged «interference in election» and «pressure on American diplomats» working in Russia. Among other things, the United States has closed access to the two residential complexes, the so — called suburban «summer cottages» Russia’s permanent mission in new York and the Russian Embassy in Washington, which is the Russian diplomatic property.

The US does not intend to return Russia arrested departmenet. Should I answer it?

  • Of course, Moscow should arrest American departmenst and to expel the diplomats
  • Yes, as long as you can confine the arrest of departmenti
  • No, it will exacerbate relations with Washington

Results

  • 80.5%

    Of course, Moscow should arrest American departmenst and to expel the diplomats

  • 16.7%

    Yes, as long as you can confine the arrest of departmenti

  • 2.8%

    No, it will exacerbate relations with Washington

All of presegregated Monday in Washington to be held the second round of consultations, Deputy foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov and U.S. Undersecretary of state for political Affairs Thomas Shannon. The last consultation scheduled for June 23 in St. Petersburg, have been cancelled. As Ryabkov said, after Washington’s decision to expand anti-Russian sanctions because of the situation around Ukraine «the situation is not conducive to the conduct of a round of such a dialogue.»

The main issue in the negotiations will be the subject of the Russian departmenet in the United States. From this round of consultations depends on the possible adoption of Moscow’s response. Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov, commenting on the arrest of Russian property in the U.S., said that Moscow considers the internal difficulties of the US President Donald trump, but without a response it will not leave, if Washington will not do anything.

Previously Deputy assistant to the President Sebastian Gorka said that the White house consider the possibility of a return of Russian diplomatic property in order to «give a chance to cooperation». As an example, directions for a successful collaboration Slide cited the situation in Syria.

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