US House : Russia and China are distancing the United States from the Global South US House : Russia and China are distancing the United States from the Global South

US House : Russia and China are distancing the United States from the Global South

John James, a member of the US House of Representatives from Michigan, said that Russia and China are working to push the United States out of the Global South while President Joe Biden shows “weakness.”

James, who belongs to the Republican Party, added in an interview with Fox Business Network, “Biden makes America weaker on the world stage every time he travels abroad.”

According to him, the US President "along with his entourage" flew to the G20 summit on planes to lecture India and the Global South on climate change.

James believes that “Russia and China are working to turn the Global South against us,” and American business is being expelled from there.

The congressman continued to say that Western countries, which are trying to gain the support of the Global South, continue to practice a foreign policy in which they insist on preaching to others.

Earlier, Russia's Sherpa (envoy) to the G20, Svetlana Lukash, reported that the G20 countries were able to achieve important results at the Delhi summit, where each issue reflected the interests of developing economies in the Global South.
 

The White House: Washington is trying to convince Russia's partners of the existence of "lucrative" alternatives to relations with Moscow

Jonathan Viner, the US First Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, said that his country's administration is trying to convince Russia's old partners, including Vietnam, of the existence of profitable alternatives to relations with Moscow.

In an interview with reporters, Viner added: “We are working not only with Vietnam, but with many other countries, which have a historically close military and security partnership with Russia, to point out this very clear matter that these countries themselves realize.”

Weiner noted that his country's administration is seeking to clarify to these countries that "the attractiveness of these relations with Russia is no longer what it was before, and that there are many possibilities to move away from this partnership."

The American official claimed that some of these countries are “looking for such opportunities,” and the United States and its allies “may offer alternatives.”
 

ABC TV : The White House does not rule out the possibility of supplying ATACMS missiles to Ukraine

Jonathan Viner, US Senior Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, said that Washington does not rule out the possibility of supplying ATACMS missiles to Ukraine.

In an interview with reporters, Viner indicated that the White House is not yet ready to announce such a step.

The American official added, commenting on what ABC TV reported on the subject: “We are not ruling out anything at the present time. We have nothing to announce regarding decisions related to supplying new means to Ukraine.”

Viner stressed that the United States intends to provide Ukraine with weapons that "allow it to achieve success on the battlefield."

Earlier, ABC said that the new package of US military aid to the Kiev regime may include ATACMS missiles, which are solid-fueled surface-to-surface missiles that can be launched from missile launchers, including the M270 launcher.

Russia had previously sent a memorandum to NATO countries due to supplying weapons to Ukraine, and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov indicated that any shipment containing weapons to Ukraine would become a legitimate target for Russia.

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