US secret war: not the best news for Russia and Turkey
The issue of appointing Gina Haspel to the post of head of the CIA can be considered practically resolved. Despite the opposition of the Democrats, the current Republican majority should be enough for its approval. This will be another victory for Donald Trump, who warmly supports the candidacy of Haspel, and at the same time it will not be the best. news for Russia and Turkey.
Recently, in the United States, the details of the biography of the future director of the CIA were made public, from which it became known that Haspel worked in the USSR, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Russia. She is fluent in Russian and is well acquainted with Russian specifics. At one time, she oversaw secret operations against Russia and collaborated with members of the terrorist organization Fethullah Gulen in Central Asia.
She also played a crucial role in the expulsion of Russian diplomats from the United States against the background of the fabricated case of Skripale. However, these are not the main sins of the "Iron Gina".
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