Russia-Ukraine War Putin Spy Chief Reveals Meeting With US Intelligence Officer Know What He Said

Russia-Ukraine War: Russia’s foreign intelligence chief Sergei Naryshkin told a RIA news agency interview on Wednesday that he discussed nuclear issues and the Ukraine war in a meeting with United States Central Intelligence Agency director William Burns earlier this month on November 14. Had discussed about. Russia had not commented earlier on the subject discussed in this meeting.

At the same time, the US has said about this meeting that it has said that the topic of conversation regarding Ukraine was sensitive, on which Russian foreign intelligence chief Burns had warned about the use of nuclear weapons during the meeting. Let us tell you that the director of the American Central Intelligence Agency and Russia’s foreign intelligence chief had met in Ankara, the capital of Turkey.

There was no specific conversation between the two intelligence officers

Elizabeth Rudd, chargee d’affaires at the US embassy in Moscow, told Russia’s RIA news agency this week that Burns “didn’t talk about anything, and they didn’t even discuss the resolution of the conflict in Ukraine.” Russian intelligence chief Naryshkin told the RIA news agency, “I confirm Elizabeth Rudd’s statement. Apart from this, I can say that the most used words in this meeting on 14 November were ‘strategic stability’ , ‘nuclear security’, ‘Ukraine’ and the ‘Kyiv regime.

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We are ready to renegotiate if needed

Naryshkin also confirmed Rudd’s comment that both countries have an option to prevent war and if the two intelligence officers need to have another such conversation, we are ready for it. CIA chief Burns specially came to Ankara, Turkey to meet Russia’s foreign intelligence chief Sergei Naryshkin. This was the first high-level meeting of American and Russian officials after the war between Russia and Ukraine that started on 24 February.

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