S&P affirms Russia's credit rating, says Moscow is able to weather new sanctions

By ethan / July 21, 2018

S&P Global has affirmed Russia’s BBB long-term and short-term sovereign credit rating, noting that the country’s balance of payments and fiscal health should allow it to weather challenges that might arise from future sanctions.

In its ratings update on Friday, S&P affirmed Russia’s BBB/A3 foreign currency sovereign credit score with a stable outlook and its BBB/A2 local currency score. In its justification for the move, the agency said it took account of Russia’s “solid external and public balance sheets coupled with a flexible exchange rate and prudent fiscal framework.”

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These combined factors should be enough for the Russian state to “absorb shocks from possible new international sanctions,” the agency, which is the world’s leading provider of independent credit ratings, stated.

The stable outlook given by the agency to the Russian economy reflects “renewed escalation of geopolitical tensions” that might lead to the tightening of anti-Russian sanctions “against the potential for further strengthening of Russia’s public and external finances.”

Commenting on the S&P’s fresh estimate of Russia’s economic prospects, Russia’s Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said the renewal of the rating means the agency “still positively assesses the country’s balance of payments, its balanced budget planning as well as the government’s ability to effectively handle external shocks.”

The implementation by the government of its post-election pledges is unlikely to undermine Russia’s budget stability, Siluanov noted, adding that it was made possible due to the “level-headed approach by the government in solving even the most ambitious issues.”

The Financial Ministry expects S&P will further upgrade Russia’s rating, Siluanov said, adding that he hopes that positive dynamics in Russia’s economic growth and responsible budgetary policy will provide “compelling grounds” for it.

In its press release, S&P did not rule out a “positive rating action on Russia in the next 24 months,” if the country’s economic recovery gains pace and its GDP growth is on par with that of the countries at similar stages of economic development.

In an apparent reference to the controversial pension reform proposal, recently approved by Russia’s State Duma in the first reading, the agency said that “effective measures to address long-term fiscal pressure from an aging population” could also contribute to the rating’s increase.

In its recent report, Russia’s Analytical Credit Ratings Agency highlighted the possibility of more Western sanctions as the major economic risk Russia may face this year.

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US releases $200mn in military aid to Ukraine

By ethan / July 21, 2018

Just days after the Helsinki summit between US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, Washington has cleared the transfer of $ 200 million in military assistance to Ukraine.

The sum, earmarked for “security assistance,” was allocated months ago, but was kept on hold pending “a series of defense reforms” the US demanded of Kiev. On Friday, the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington announced that the funds have been released – which was soon confirmed to CNN by Major Sheryll Klinkel, a Pentagon spokeswoman.

Citing another unnamed Pentagon official, CNN reported that the funding will be used for training, counter-artillery radars, high mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicles (“Humvees”), night vision goggles, as well as communications and medical equipment.

Kiev qualified for the funding by passing a new national security law in early July. Full implementation of the law will “further deepen Ukraine’s Western integration,” State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert said.

In Pentagon terms, the law “provides a legislative framework for aligning Ukraine’s national security architecture with Euro-Atlantic principles” and is a major step towards Ukraine reaching “NATO interoperability.”

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Washington has provided Ukraine with more than $ 1 billion in “security assistance” funds since February 2014, when US-backed nationalists overthrew the elected government in Kiev. The new government faced dissent in the eastern provinces of Donetsk and Lugansk, on which it cracked down using the military and “volunteer battalions” that often sported the Nazi insignia. Another Ukrainian region, Crimea, chose to split from the country altogether.

Crimea voted to rejoin Russia in March 2014. Washington has sided with Kiev in refusing to recognize the referendum and accusing Moscow of occupation and “annexation” of the peninsula. Government officials in Kiev and a US pundit have even called for bombing the bridge connecting Crimea to the rest of Russia, which opened in May.

The US is also following Kiev’s lead in accusing Russia of “aggression” in Donetsk and Lugansk. The two provinces have banded together to resist several attempts by Ukraine’s army and “punisher” irregulars to conquer them by force. Moscow insists it is merely providing aid to the civilians besieged by the government that claims to be their own.

Last month, President Putin offered as a possible solution granting the two regions extended autonomy of the kind enjoyed by Chechnya in the Russian Federation. Such a model could also apply to areas with Romanian, Hungarian, Ruthenian and Polish minorities in Ukraine, he added.

Washington and Kiev have rejected the offer, however, insisting the only solution was the 2015 ceasefire arranged in Minsk, Belarus. Kiev has continued military buildup in the region, with more than one official arguing for a “Croatian” model, referring to the 1995 US-backed attack on Serb-majority areas during the wars in Yugoslavia.

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Disney fires ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ director over tweets about pedophilia & rape

By ethan / July 21, 2018

James Gunn, the director of two ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ movies, has been fired by Disney from the sequel after his tweets referencing pedophilia and rape were dug up by conservative journalists.

“The offensive attitudes and statements discovered on James’ Twitter feed are indefensible and inconsistent with our studio’s values, and we have severed our business relationship with him,” Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn said in a statement on Friday.

Gunn’s tweets going back a decade were highlighted on Thursday by several conservative journalists, including Mike Cernovich and Jack Posobiec.

Gunn first deleted thousands of tweets, then posted an explanation on Thursday evening, saying he started his career making movies and telling jokes “that were outrageous and taboo” but he has since grown as a person.

“I am very, very different than I was a few years ago; today I try to root my work in love and connection and less in anger,” he continued. “For the record, when I made these shocking jokes, I wasn’t living them out.”

“I don’t blame my past self for this, but I like myself more and feel like a more full human being and creator today,” Gunn added.

Disney apparently did not buy Gunn’s Joy Reid defense, just like its subsidiary ABC refused to accept Roseanne Barr’s apology in May, canceling her hit sitcom over a “racist” tweet targeting a former Obama administration adviser.

Many on social media defended Gunn, suggesting the Marvel director was targeted for his political views. The director is an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump, declaring him an “operative for a foreign nation.” His Twitter feed is also populated by retweets of #Resistance activists, interspersed with clips of Rachel Maddow’s MSNBC show.

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Lobbyists rejoice as US sells more arms in 6 months than in whole of 2017

By ethan / July 20, 2018

Despite the tariff standoff with the EU, the US has sold more weapons to its foreign allies in the first six months of the year than in the whole of 2017 much to the delight of military industrial complex lobbying groups.

The figures from the last fiscal year, which stood at $ 41.9 billion, have already been surpassed by $ 5 billion and were reached in just the first two quarters of 2018, Lt. Gen. Charles Hooper, Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), told Defense News at the Farnborough International Airshow in the UK.

“Defense exports are good for our national security, they’re good for our foreign policy. And they’re good for our economic security. And as the administration and our leadership has said, economic security is national security,” Hooper said.

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The Trump administration views arms trade as one of the main driving forces to assure the growth of the US economy. Earlier this week, the State Department announced its action plan to implement the Conventional Arms Transfer policy (CAT), which adds “economic security” as a factor when the government is considering the approval of arms sales and urges the executive branch to more aggressively advocate on behalf of the US defense industry in its competition with Russia and China.

“So I think the overwhelming response to these changes from our partners has been very positive. In fact, now they’d like to know: ‘How this is going to affect me, how can I take more advantage of receiving the best equipment and best capabilities from the United States?’” the DSCA head said.

However, Defense News said that the buyers of US weapons expressed concerns at Farnborough over Trump’s general economic policies, including the introduction of harsh tariffs on steel and aluminum against the EU, and said that the industry was currently in “wait-and-see mode.”

When addressed on the issue, Hooper replied that he “personally [has] not encountered” such attitudes.

“I have talked to many of our partners from around the world and of course our partners in this part of the world, and many of them remain convinced that the U.S. solutions to their security problems are the solutions they’re looking for and the best solutions to their problems,” he said.

Defense News also pointed out that this year’s high arms sales weren’t entirely due to the current administration, as a significant part of the sum came from deals that were signed under Obama, but were closed in 2018. The publication also said that defense total figures have a tendency to fluctuate year by year, saying that they stood at $ 47 billion in the fiscal year 2015 but then dropped to $ 33.6 billion a year later.

Also on Friday, America’s largest business lobby, the US Chamber of Commerce Defense and Aerospace Export Council (DAEC), voiced its satisfaction over the planned implementation of CAT.

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The council president, Keith Webster, described the White House initiative as “a major first step toward improving government decision processes and policies.”

The Conventional Arms Transfer includes policy changes prioritized by DAEC that will “improve bid timeliness while reducing costs to industries, place emphasis on economic considerations in the federal transfer decision process, and expand trade promotion,” Webster said in a statement.

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Are US media outlets repentant about reporting on DNC emails alleged hacked by ‘the Russians’? No

By ethan / July 20, 2018

US media outlets have few regrets about reporting on the shady practices of the DNC, Hillary Clinton’s private speeches, and other scoops revealed by emails allegedly leaked by Russian hackers, The Washington Post reports.

Erik Wemple, The Washington Post’s media critic, decided to reach out to American news organizations after Neera Tanden, the president and CEO of the Soros-funded, Clinton-friendly Center for American Progress, accused “every reporter who gleefully trafficked in stolen emails via Wikileaks” of “abetting a crime – not illegal activity by itself but unethical and immoral.”

The curious media critic posed an intriguing question to some of America’s most prominent outlets: Do you have regrets about reporting on the email leaks, now that Robert Mueller has indicted 12 Russians for allegedly hacking into the DNC and other entities? Their answers – some more defensive and self-righteous than others – could best be summed up as: No, not really.

Nearly all of the outlets pointed to the fact that the leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee (DNC), the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and the Gmail account of Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, contained information that the American people deserved to know.

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“The stories that came from the emails were newsworthy. Not only Donna Brazile’s question sharing, but the details of Hillary Clinton’s speeches to Wall Street, speeches she had declined to make public,” New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet wrote to Wemple. “Imagine if we had chosen not to publish those emails at the time, interesting details about a presidential candidate in the middle of an election. That would have been a political act.”

Geoffrey Ingersoll, editor in chief of the Daily Caller, asked aloud whether journalism would even exist if newsrooms discarded leaks based solely on whether the source (alleged or known) had honourable intentions.

“If [the emails] are true and damning, do we ignore them because of the messenger? How much swampy oppo research fuels journalism for the betterment of democracy? Probably a lot, I would guessб” Ingersoll said. He then went on to point out that the media happily reported on salacious allegations leveled against Donald Trump by the ‘Steele dossier’ – even though the sensational document could not be verified and was compiled by retired UK intelligence officer Christopher Steele, who was paid $ 168,000 to do opposition research on Trump for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the DNC.

“We were selective in publishing from the available emails. Our standard was whether they contained information genuinely relevant to voters,” Washington Post Executive Editor Martin Baron said on behalf of her own paper. “Not publishing anything merely leaves a vacuum for others to fill, working with a lower standard or none at all. We published according to our standard, and we stand by our decision.”

HuffPost’s Washington bureau chief during the 2016 campaign, Ryan Grim, said that his website repeatedly pointed to allegations that Russia was behind the email leaks, but emphasized that any fallout from their contents had to be blamed on Clinton and Clinton alone.

“I don’t quite understand the argument that you would ignore something newsworthy. … The excerpts from the [Clinton Wall Street] speeches were probably the most memorable things that surfaced,” he wrote. “The irony is that was an own-goal from start to finish. The Clinton campaign certainly can complain that Russia hacked and dumped that material. But Russia didn’t force her to give the speeches and Russia didn’t force her to keep the speeches a secret.”

Wemple’s survey also put to bed the notion that the emails contained nothing newsworthy in them. “Just take the [former DNC chair Donna] Brazile situation: Revelations about her question-sharing shed light not only on a top DNC official but also on the role of cable-news networks in choosing presidential candidates and the penetration of news organizations by partisan pundits,” he noted. “And we’re supposed to pass up such a story?”

At the very least, Wemple has offered up a fresh take on who can – or should – read Wikileaks. After all, CNN’s Chris Cuomo claimed in October 2016 that it was illegal for the public to read the leaked emails. This job, according to Cuomo, was reserved exclusively for trustworthy media outlets like CNN.

Of course, the notion that Russian hackers delivered the emails to Wikileaks is a completely unproven allegation – perhaps a fact that all the US outlets above continue to struggle with.

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Fresh face or red menace? Democrats split on Sanders-backed Ocasio-Cortez

By ethan / July 20, 2018

As congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joins Senator Bernie Sanders on the Democrat campaign circuit, some in the party are worried she will rock the boat ahead of the ‘blue wave’ in November.

Ocasio-Cortez stunned the Democratic Party and most media observers when she won the June 27 primary in Bronx, New York, in a shocking defeat for Rep. Joe Crowley, the current chair of the House Democratic Caucus.

While the party leadership was initially inclined to dismiss her victory as a fluke, Ocasio-Cortez has provided a rallying point for the Democrats’ outright socialist flank, backing challengers in several Democratic primaries across the US. On Friday, she took to the stage in Kansas with Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont), who mounted a socialist challenge to Hillary Clinton’s campaign in 2016. They hope to turn the Kansas 3rd district Democratic come November.

Ocasio-Cortez is a member of the Democratic Socialists of America, a group whose membership has grown to over 30,000 from 6,000 just a few years ago. Her platform echoes many of the Sanders planks from 2016: Medicare for all, climate change, opposition to “Wall Street gambling” and gun control. A new twist is the call to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

She also advocates a “federal jobs guarantee,” a baseline standard for employment with a $ 15 minimum wage, full healthcare, and child and sick leave. Earlier this week, she dismissed the Trump administration’s recent jobs report by saying, unemployment is low “because everyone has two jobs. Unemployment is low because people are working 60, 70, 80 hours a week and can barely feed their family.”

Politifact, the fact-checking outfit normally generous to Democrats, ranked her statement “pants on fire.”

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Yet, to hear Democratic lawmakers speak of Ocasio-Cortez, it’s not her economic or social positions causing them concern, but her attitude.

“Meteors fizz out,” Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-Florida) told The Hill on Tuesday. “What she will learn in this institution is that it’s glacial to begin with, and therefore no matter how far you rise, that’s just how far you will ultimately get your comeuppance.”

“You come up here and you’re going to be buddy-buddy with all the folks or you’re going to make them do certain things?  Ain’t happening, OK?” Hastings added.

Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-New Jersey) argued that Ocasio-Cortez was making enemies among the House Democrats.

“She’s not asking my advice,” he said. “I would do it differently, rather than make enemies of people.”

Rep. Lacy Clay (D-Missouri), who is facing a primary challenger backed by Ocasio-Cortez, accused her of immaturity.

“Once an election is over and you win, why are you still angry?” Clay told The Hill. “I think it’s a lack of maturity on her part, and a lack of political acumen, for her to be that petty.”

Other members of the establishment worry that Ocasio-Cortez may be hurting the Democrats’ chances of capturing the House and the Senate in the upcoming midterm elections by giving ammunition to Republicans.

“If her win makes her into what Kellyanne Conway called the new face of the Democratic Party, the Democratic Party’s not going to have a very bright future,” said former Republican Senator Joe Lieberman, who ran on a Democratic ticket with Al Gore in the 2000 presidential election. Earlier this week, Lieberman wrote an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, urging voters to reject Ocasio-Cortez in November.

Meanwhile, Trump supporters are already mocking Ocasio-Cortez as a Marxist.

While senior Democrats, such as House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, dismiss criticism from the left and from younger lawmakers, recent polls show that the party membership is eager for “fresh faces” that could succeed where the establishment has failed. The party still hopes to take over the House and the Senate in the midterms, though media chatter about the inevitable “blue wave” seems to have died down in recent weeks.

During the 2016 campaign, Sanders focused on economic issues while Clinton prioritized culture war themes. Ocasio-Cortez and the young socialists are betting that the Sanders strategy will work better this November. As Trump might say, “let’s see what happens.”

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Neymar says he’ll remain in PSG, doesn’t see devaluation after the World Cup

By ethan / July 20, 2018

Brazilian football superstar Neymar says he will remain at Paris Saint-Germain next season despite rumors of a possible move to Real Madrid, who are searching for a replacement to Cristiano Ronaldo.

I have a contract with PSG. I went to the club looking for a challenge in my career and looking for new goals. Nothing has changed in my head. I hope this season I have success and we can win many titles,” said Neymar in an interview for Fox Sports.

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I am very excited about this new season and I think it will be an honor to play alongside [Gianluigi] Buffon,” said Neymar, in reference to the Italian goalkeeper’s recently signing by the French club.

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Journalists tell many stories that are not true. It’s a little bit boring. Everybody know how I like the president of PSG, the city, the fans,” said Neymar dismissing the news that he is unhappy in Paris and is looking for a transfer as soon as possible.

During the World Cup Neymar was harshly criticized by journalists and football fans for diving and rolling on the pitch, becoming one of the most talked-about players in the tournament. The he 26-year-old, however, insists his reputation is intact and his market value is undiminished.

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Devaluation? I left the World Cup and until now everybody is talking about me. So there was no devaluation. People never forget me. I don’t get angry with the memes or jokes about me,” he said.

On Thursday night Neymar organized a charity auction to raise funds for a football institute in Brazil, which specializes in developing football for kids in need. It raised a total of $ 927,000.

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This is it! NY Times reveals Michael Cohen secretly taped Trump

By ethan / July 20, 2018

Donald Trump was secretly recorded by his personal attorney Michael Cohen discussing a proposed hush payment to a Playboy model, the New York Times reported, setting off a new cycle of media frenzy.

The tape was among the files the FBI seized in the April raid of Cohen’s office, the Times reported on Friday, citing “lawyers and others familiar with the recording.” Cohen is being investigated for potential campaign finance violations, over allegations that he paid off one or more women who claimed to have had affairs with Trump.

Although nobody has heard the content of the recording yet, the Times story spurred frenzied speculation among the anti-Trump crowd that this was finally it, the smoking gun they’ve been looking for, the one thing that will finally overthrow Trump and, uh, make Mike Pence president.

Even the Times reporters seemed excited by the discovery, writing that Cohen “is now seen as increasingly willing to consider cooperating with prosecutors.” It wasn’t clear by whom, exactly.

Trump’s current personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, seemed just as happy about the story – albeit for different reasons.

“In the big scheme of things, it’s powerful exculpatory evidence,” Giuliani told the Times on Friday. He confirmed the existence of the tape, and said it would show Trump had discussed the payment with Cohen but the payment was never actually made. The recording is less than two minutes long and proves the current president had done nothing wrong, Giuliani told the newspaper.

Cohen was first dragged into the limelight over the payment he allegedly made to adult actress Stephanie Clifford, aka Stormy Daniels. Now that she is out of the headlines – sort of – the focus has shifted to Karen McDougal, a Playboy model who claims to have had an affair with Trump in 2006.

Just a day ago, the outrage machine was all over Trump’s alleged intent to send US diplomats to Russian dungeons. Before that, it was his “treason” of daring to disagree with US intelligence agencies during a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland. Before that, it was over Trump “insulting”European allies. And so on, every day for the past 546 days Trump has been president.

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BREAKING: World Boxing Super Series (WBSS) 2018/19 super lightweight draft announced in Moscow

By ethan / July 20, 2018

The World Boxing Super Series (WBSS) super lightweight draft for the 2018/19 season has been announced following a gala in Moscow ahead of the tournament’s cruiserweight final between Murat Gassiev and Alexander Usyk in the city.

The quarterfinal fights of the second season of the WBSS have been announced in Moscow, which will see of the best fighters in the 140 lbs division battle it out for the Muhammad Ali trophy.

Eight fighters in total – four seeded and four unseeded boxers – will take part in the quarterfinal stage. They are: Regis Prograis, Anthony Yigit, Josh Taylor, Terry Flanagan, Kyrill Relikh, Eduard Troyanovsky, Ivan Baranchyuk, Ryan Martin.

The second series of the WBSS lines up as such:

Kyrill Relikh v Eduard Troyanovsky

Anthony Yigit v Ivan Baranchyuk

Regis Prograis v Terry Flanagan

Josh Taylor v Ryan Martin


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Russia ‘helpful’ in enforcing sanctions on North Korea – Pompeo

By ethan / July 20, 2018

Moscow has been actively contributing to the process of denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula, particularly by enforcing sanctions on Pyongyang, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told journalists.

“Enforcement of sanctions is a continuing process. There have been many places, in which Russians have been helpful,” Pompeo told journalists after his meeting with the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in New York, when asked about Russia’s role in North Korea’s denuclearization.

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“Since the very beginning… Russians have done many things to enforce the sanctions and we deeply appreciate that,” the US state secretary added. He then went on to say that the “countries of the UN Security Council are united on the need for final, fully verified denuclearization of North Korea as agreed to by Chairman Kim [Jong-un].”

Washington has been actively pushing for North Korea’s “fast” denuclearization since the summit between US President Donald Trump and the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. During the summit, Trump said Pyongyang should start the process “very quickly,” and that “a lot of people” would be sent to North Korea to verify it.

In June, Pompeo himself also defined what he called a ‘tangible’ time limit to achieve “major” disarmament. He said that Pyongyang should do it within 2.5 years.

In fact, however, North Korea’s nuclear disarmament started even before the Trump-Kim summit – at Pyongyang’s initiative. North Korea demolished its Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site in May.

Meanwhile, the US secretary of state expressed his concern that North Korea continues to “illegally smuggle” petroleum products, circumventing the UN-backed sanctions. Pyongyang allegedly illegally transferred petroleum products into the country “at least 89 times in the first five months of this year,” according to Pompeo.

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He then warned that “when sanctions are not enforced, the prospects of successful denuclearization of North Korea are diminished.” He also said that “members of the Security Council and by extension all UN member states have unanimously agreed to fully enforce sanctions on North Korea and we expect them to continue to honor these commitments.” At the same time, he still urged other countries to “step up their efforts” aimed at stopping illegal goods transfers to North Korea.

Earlier this week, US President Donald Trump seemingly made a U-turn in Washington’s policy on Pyongyang’s disarmament, as he said that there is “no rush” on North Korean denuclearization for the US. He also said that the sanctions would remain in place for the time being but promised Pyongyang “big benefits and exciting future” in the end.

Meanwhile, Pompeo also praised Trump contacts with Russian President Vladimir Putin. He said that such “conversations are incredibly important” as well as “valuable to the people of the US” as he spoke of a recent summit of the two leaders in Helsinki. The US state secretary also expressed his hope that another meeting between Putin and Trump would take place this autumn.

North Korea was one of the topics that Putin and Trump discussed during their meeting in Helsinki.

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