Russian Officials Refuse To Rule Out Sending Military Forces To Latin America Amid Escalation With U.S.: Report

Russian Officials Refuse To Rule Out Sending Military Forces To Latin America Amid Escalation With U.S.: Report


A top Russian official refused to rule out sending military forces to Latin America amid rising tensions with the U.S. under the Biden administration.

“Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov, who led the Russian delegation in Monday’s talks with the U.S. in Geneva, said in televised remarks that he would ‘neither confirm nor exclude’ the possibility that Russia could send military assets to Cuba and Venezuela if the talks fail and U.S. pressure on Russia mounts,” the Associated Press reported. “The negotiations in Geneva and Wednesday’s NATO-Russia meeting in Vienna failed to narrow the gap on Moscow’s security demands amid a buildup of Russian troops near Ukraine. While Moscow demanded a halt to NATO expansion, Washington and its allies firmly rejected that as a nonstarter.”

Ryabkov later said

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