Georgia asks Ukraine to extradite ex-president SaakashviliWorld August 18, 12:11
Russian planes to be equipped with ‘nervous system’ for monitoring airframe flawsScience & Space August 18, 11:39
Muscovites bring flowers to Spanish embassySociety & Culture August 18, 11:13
Police detain third suspect in Catalonia terror attacksWorld August 18, 9:49
Syrian army encircles terrorists near strategic city of AkerbatMilitary & Defense August 18, 9:05
Spanish police confirm four terrorists shot dead in CambrilsWorld August 18, 5:56
Citizens of 18 countries suffered in Barcelona terror attackWorld August 18, 3:07
Russian cosmonauts successfully complete spacewalkScience & Space August 18, 2:37
Reuters: At least 100 people injured in Barcelona terror attackWorld August 18, 0:57
MOSCOW, October 14. /TASS/. The US refusal to accept a Russian delegation led by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev shows the country’s unwillingness to hold a dialogue on topical issues, Russian senator Vladimir Dzhabarov said on Wednesday.
"The decision taken by the US means they are not willing to have a dialogue on controversial and topical questions," said Dzhabarov, a deputy head of the Federation Council’s committee for international affairs
"So let them decide how they will explain to the entire world why they do not want to hold negotiations," he added.
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced on Tuesday that Moscow could send a large delegation headed by the prime minister to Washington "to discuss the Syrian conflict resolution."
Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said earlier on Wednesday that the US side refused to receive the Russian delegation.