Published: Thu, January 17, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Russian Federation claims American Paul Whelan was caught spying ‘red-handed’

Russian Federation claims American Paul Whelan was caught spying ‘red-handed’

Those items were sent over by the U.K. Embassy for Paul.

He said that Russian Federation made the offer during talks in Geneva earlier this week but the USA negotiators stonewalled the proposal, repeating Washington's demand that Russian Federation destroys the 9M729 missile it claimed violated the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty.

In his answers, Russia's top diplomat derided suggestions that Trump was a Russian spy or that Moscow was happy over Britain's Brexit troubles.

The treaty bans development, testing and deployment of land-based cruise and ballistic missiles with a range of 500-5500 kilometers (310-3140 miles).

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told a news conference that USA media reports claiming that Trump might have been a Russian agent reflect a dramatic plunge in standards of journalism.

Russian Federation said on Wednesday that it had caught former USA marine Paul Whelan, who is being held in Russian Federation on spying charges, while he was in the act of carrying out illegal activities in his Moscow hotel room.

Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono held talks about the territorial dispute with Lavrov in Moscow on Monday and Shinzo Abe is to have discussions with Russian President Vladimir Putin on January 22.

Trump said this week that he never worked for Russian Federation and repeated his claim that the investigation into his ties to Moscow is a hoax.

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He accused American media of "lowering their journalistic standards" in coverage of the issue and denounced USA lawmakers for challenging Trump's right to conduct foreign policy.

Russian Federation made the offer during talks in Geneva this week, he said. U.

The Kremlin said on Wednesday (Jan 16) it expected talks to be hard when Russian President Vladimir Putin and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe meet next week to discuss a deal that could end a decades-old territorial row.

Commenting on the situation in Syria, Lavrov said that Moscow expects the Syrian government to take over territory in the country's east following the planned US military withdrawal.

Commenting on the situation in Syria, Lavrov said that Moscow expects the Syrian government to take over territory in the country's east following the planned USA military withdrawal.

Following three rounds of talks between Putin and Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka in December, Lavrov also said suspicions that Moscow is seeking to gain control over Belarus by increasing economic pressure on its smaller neighbor and advocating closer integration under the aegis of a "union state" linking the two countries are misguided.

The increased Russian pressure on Belarus has led to speculation that Putin is considering talking a leading role in a more tightly integrated "union state" as a means of maintaining power after 2024, when he is constitutionally barred from seeking a new term as Russian president.

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