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US senator’s ‘controversial’ Russia talks

US Senator Rand Paul chatting to former Russian Ambassador to the USA Sergey Kislyak. Rand Paul meeting with Russian lawmakers in Moscow.

This BBC article is accompanied by a video, which should be a must-view.  

The report accurately depicts all the seemingly disparate efforts by various parties to deal with Russia. In Senator Rand Paul’s case, to foster cooperation with Russia.  

Attending was former Russian Ambassador to the US, Sergei Kislyak, who served during the US 2016 elections, which were under the siege of Russian information warfare. 

The reporter held little hope of the talks of cooperation between Senator Paul and a group of Russian Duma Senators having any real effect. Not with the senior US intelligence chiefs releasing a report declaring that Russian interference in the US elections was ongoing. Also, results are doubted due to Robert Mueller’s ongoing investigation of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. 

This is a very professional, very balanced, fair, and objective report.  

It is short but well worth watching the video. 

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A US delegation – led by Senator Rand Paul – has “controversially” met with a group of Russian senators, our Moscow correspondent reports.

It comes just days after America’s most senior intelligence and security chiefs said Russia was continuing efforts to undermine US democracy.



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