At a news conference Friday on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov once again hit back on claims his country meddled in the 2016 USA election, saying his American counterpart failed to offer any proof of interference. -Russian relations. "I did not expect that from a Nobel Peace Prize victor, but he did manifest himself and we can still see the ramifications", he said.
Lavrov blamed Obama for the collapse in relations between Moscow and Washington. "When I asked (US Secretary of State) Rex Tillerson, 'How can we confirm his words that the interference of Russian Federation into American process is well-documented, ' he said, 'I cannot show you anything because this is confidential information'".
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As a result, "the huge potential of our bilateral relations" isn't being realized and worldwide issues aren't being solved because the USA and Russian Federation can not coordinate, he said. "However, no fact has been presented", Lavrov said, adding that there was also no presented evidence of the alleged Russian meddling in the elections in France and Germany.
The BRICS nations are an important force for safeguarding world peace and development and should be committed to solving the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula, as well as other hot spot issues in Syria and Afghanistan, he added.
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Asked to respond to Kim's statement, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told CNN on Thursday night, "Not at this time". Trump asserted that North Korea's reckless pursuit of nuclear weapons threatens entire world with vast loss of human life.
In his UN General Assembly speech on Tuesday, Trump called the nuclear accord as a one-sided "embarrassment" to the United States that he said his country may abandon.
Instead, Lavrov suggested that countries reconsider a joint Russian-Chinese proposal, which would require North Korea to freeze its nuclear and missile testing activities and for the USA and South Korea to halt joint military exercises, in what is known as the "dual suspension" plan.
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The Russian diplomat Lavrov warned that if a nuclear agreement with Iran fails, the North Korean government could be discouraged from making any deals on curbing its own nuclear and missile programs in exchange for easing sanctions.