Communication window: Arestovich told why the Kremlin needs a “hunger crisis”

At the same time, the adviser to the head of the Presidential Office noted that there is a positive moment in all this, since communication and the need for a communication window, as well as efforts to create it, strongly contradict the prospect of using nuclear weapons.

The whole story with food, which the Kremlin is pumping, is the creation of a communication window with the West, a negotiating platform, they say, “we failed to talk about the conflict, let’s talk about bread.”

This was stated by Advisor to the Head of the President’s Office Aleksey Arestovich on the air of Feygin Live on July 21.

And there is not so much real food security, a real desire to sell Russian products on the agricultural market, but, first of all, the Kremlin is interested in this as a communication window, when they are forced to listen to it, bargain, make some kind of concessions. But this is good, because communication, the need for a communication window and efforts to create it somehow strongly contradict the prospect of using nuclear weapons,” Arestovich emphasized.

The adviser to the head of the OP noted that the Americans gave an assessment and said they did not believe in this agreement but decided to see what would happen.

“In any case, it will be phased, with numerous checks and control from the UN, from the Turks, from our side, of course. The Americans simply expressed skepticism, they said that “we do not believe that they will not disrupt this agreement.” But, to be honest, we don’t really believe either. Because I don’t really want to believe in a country that unleashed a war against you eight years ago, and unleashed a large-scale war five months ago. But we’ll see … “, he summed up. Arestovich.

It is worth noting that the Western media reported that this week, probably on Friday, July 22, the second round of four-party talks between Ukraine, Russia, Turkey and the UN to unblock Ukrainian ports should be held in Istanbul.

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