Kurginyan: A strategic agreement would save the world, but the West does not want it

14.11.2018, Moscow.

A strategic agreement between Moscow and Washington could keep the world from approaching a dangerous threshold; however, the USA obviously has no such intention, the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan said on November 12 on the air of The Great Game TV program on Channel One.

 “A strategic agreement between Moscow and Washington is possible in principle, but there is no sign of anything remotely close. Instead, Washington is taking an increasingly offensive and confrontational stance toward Moscow,” Kurginyan said answering the host’s question regarding whether such meetings as the one that recently took place in Paris could move the world away from this dangerous threshold.

He stressed that Western politicians refuse to respect Russia’s interests, and that it is them, not the military, who are initiating the escalation.

 “Look at all these military treaties. We are told that generals are responsible. What does it have to do with generals? Top-ranking politicians did this. If they start deploying missiles there, then other politicians will become concerned. And then generals will implement the politicians’ decisions. This will result in a situation when they will have to be ready to exchange strikes with flight times of a few minutes instead of a longer time. This is reality! Who created it? As the President of Russia said, it was not us who did this.”

Thus, according to Kurginyan, the point is whether there is anything at, all over which Russia and the USA could possibly negotiate, remembering that previously “Russia was actually cheated regarding the outcome of its perestroika and other things., but it will not be cheated again.”

On November 11, the 100th anniversary of the end of the World War One was celebrated in Paris. The leaders of France, Germany, the USA, Russia and other countries took part in the events. The leaders of Russia and the USA did not have a chance to talk at the meeting in Paris.

On October 20, US President  Donald Trump said that Washington would withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, which was signed by the USSR and the USA in December 1987.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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