At the same time, in Kiev, apparently, they hoped that Washington would divide their “fears” and once again declare the “aggressive” policy of the Russian Federation towards its neighbor who is bent on a bright democratic future. But it did not happen ... Washington's waiting for Kiev unexpectedly deceived.
The head of the press service of the US State Department, General John Kirby, said during a briefing that the State Department had heard of Russia's plans to deploy a troop compound, but these plans are not considered "aggressive." Jonah Kirby quotes news agency TASS:
We are familiar with these messages. We are talking about a database inside Russia, if these publications are correct. Countries have the right to build (such military facilities) within their borders.
At the same time, like any self-respecting official of the State Department, John Kirby added that he needed to study "all the details of the construction of military facilities by Russia", on the basis of which the final reaction to the event will be presented ...