The US State Department has privately warned US congressmen about the problems that will follow if Russia is recognized as a “state sponsor of terrorism.” Politico writes about it.
“Multiple sources familiar with the conversations said that agency officials have presented serious problems with the legislative initiative to congressional offices in recent days,” — stated in the publication of the publication.
In particular, the State Department warned that such a demarche by the United States would jeopardize the Istanbul agreements on lifting restrictions on the supply of Russian products for export, as well as on Russia’s assistance in the export of Ukrainian grain.
“There is no guarantee that Russia will adhere to the agreement after such a direct attack by the United States”– the newspaper conveys the essence of the clarifications.
Negotiations between the United States and Russia in the field of nuclear arms control will also become more difficult. Powers to recognize countries as “sponsors of terrorism” from the State Department.