Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov stressed that Poland itself is not a threat to Russia, but its willingness to provide its territory for the deployment of foreign forces is dangerous.
"Poland itself is hardly a threat to Russia, but being a country willing to provide land for the military infrastructure of third countries or an organization like NATO, this poses a threat to us," Peskov said in an interview with the First Russian Channel.
He pointed out that Moscow has always been warning of the danger of NATO's advance toward the Russian border.
He said: "You know Russia's stance towards the danger of NATO infrastructure crawling towards our borders. This is disturbing for us and prompts us to take the necessary measures to ensure the security of our country."
On Friday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that NATO's activity in the Baltic region and Poland "bears an explicit provocative nature."
Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed his confidence that the Ukrainian leadership will eventually visit Moscow and that it is only a matter of time.
Asked about the possibility of a Ukrainian leader, whatever important, was to Russia, Putin said in a television interview: "I think this is inevitable. There is no doubt that this will happen, and the question is when. But we will wait."
Putin stressed that Russia has no differences with the people of Ukraine, but with the authorities of the country. He said: "We did not exchange insults with the Ukrainian people, but rather we differed in opinion with those who take power today in Ukraine."
During the same interview, Putin warned that the recent statements of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelinsky on the Great Patriotic War could adversely affect relations between Russia and Ukraine.
The Zenit team honored Petersburg doctors who died from the Coruna virus during their work and dedication to the epidemic, before they kicked off their match against their host, Cesca Moscow, on Saturday.
Zenit players took to the field, wearing T-shirts with pictures of some of their city doctors, who had died of Corona virus, in appreciation of the championship role they had shown in their work against the epidemic.
The official website of the club of the northern capital of Russia announced that it will place pictures of the champion doctors in Petersburg on the shirts of players before each team match with the remaining 7 rounds of the age of the competition.
The Russian ambassador to Washington Anatoly Antonov stressed that the extension of the Strategic Offensive Arms Reduction Treaty (START-3) would be one of the main topics of consultations between Moscow and Washington in Vienna.
Antonov said today, Saturday, that "the issue of the future of the" START-3 "treaty will be one of the central issues during the consultations in Vienna," noting that Russia seeks to understand what the American plans are in this regard.
He added: "We have the impression that the Americans have many observations on the substance of this treaty."
And on the possibility of Washington refusing to extend the treaty, he stressed that the Russian reaction will be "calm and thoughtful," adding: "I am convinced that the Russian military have long analyzed the consequences of this step, and that the national security of our country will not be exposed to any danger ... But the consequences The negativity will affect international security, of course. "
He stressed that Moscow will address during the consultations the issue of avoiding a new arms race, and said that "many questions" accumulated on the Russian side during the recent period about Washington's plans and steps to change the strategic security structure, which was built during recent decades, expressing his concern over the withdrawal of the United States from a treaty Missile defense, the medium and short-range missile treaty, and the possibility of withdrawing Washington's signature from the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty
He added that "the American military plans are clearly aimed at deterring Russia and China," stressing that Moscow wants to avoid a new arms race, noting the need to strengthen international security.
The Russian-American consultations on strategic security and arms control will be held in Vienna on June 22.
The two delegations will be led by Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov and US Special Envoy for Arms Control Marshall Billingsley.
Japanese political analyst Professor Etsuru Nakamura has said that Russian President Vladimir Putin will play the leading role in the world order after the outbreak of the emerging corona virus.
According to the Japanese expert, Putin's main task is to achieve synergy between Russia, the United States and China.
He added: "President Putin will link China and America, which are at war with each other at present." The expert expected Putin to have the leading role in the world order in the world after the Corona pandemic.
The expert pointed out that the Russian leader understands that no one else can reconcile Beijing and Washington. Meanwhile, Putin hopes, according to Japanese political scientist, that he will be able to increase his influence by strengthening ties between the United States and China.
Nakamura said: "Therefore, the confrontation between America and China is in the interest of Putin."
Source: Linta Rowe
A report revealed that the largest cyber theft in the history of the CIA was caused by the agency's specialized unit building cyber weapons, which prompted a staff member to exploit the security lax.
According to the report published on Tuesday, this breach, which occurred in 2016 in the CIA, provided "WikiLeaks" secret piracy tools, and according to the report, the amount of information stolen is unknown, but estimates indicate a size of about 34 terabytes of Information, equal to 2.2 billion pages written.
"We have failed to disclose or deal in a coordinated manner with warning signals that a person, or persons, who have access to classified CIA information, constitute or constitute an unacceptable risk to national security," the report said.
It is noteworthy that this breach was announced in March 2017, when WikiLeaks published what it said was the largest burial prize in the "Vault 7" series, under which it detailed some of the agency's most sophisticated cyber weapons, and the Washington Post was the first to report on this.
The US State Department announced today, Wednesday, the imposition of new sanctions against 39 people and a Syrian entity, including Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his wife Asma, with the aim of depriving Damascus of funding sources.
In a statement, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said to announce the targeted figures within the framework of the "Caesar Law", that "much more" sanctions should be imposed on the Syrian government in the coming weeks and months.
Pompeo said in a series of tweets on his page on Twitter that "many other sanctions will be imposed until Assad and his regime stop their futile war and brutality, and they agree to a political solution in accordance with Security Council Resolution 2254."
It is worth noting that the US President, Donald Trump, signed on December 20 of the "Caesar's Law" and stipulates the imposition of sanctions on the key sectors of the Syrian economy, and all internal and external actors that support it.
Russia's permanent representative to the United Nations, Vasily Nebenzia, said in a speech yesterday, Tuesday, during a session of the UN Security Council, that the United States imposed new sanctions on Syria aiming to topple the legitimate authorities of the country and deal a painful blow to its people.