Petitions, pressures and "disrespectful silence"

There are no significant changes in the relations between Russia and the United States of America after the summit of the leaders of the two countries in Geneva, said the Russian ambassador to Washington, Anatoly Antonov.
But, he says - only ten days have passed. He added that the policy of U.S. pressuring Russia will continue.

World War Impossible Today Says Kremlin's Spokesman

A major war is currently impossible because of the nuclear parity, Kremlin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in an interview Thursday, answering a question on a potential world war with the use of nuclear weapons.

"Can a war happen? Putin said it clearly [during the Direct Line] that this is unlikely. We are being safeguarded by the nuclear parity," Peskov said.

Grenell "silenced" Vlora Çitaku

Grenell advised the former ambassador of the so-called Kosovo in the United States that it would be better for her to "extend a hand" than to "find insult in everything".
Grenell responded to the comment of the former Kosovo ambassador to Washington, Vlora itaku, on his Vidovdan greeting card, stating that "it must be exhausting finding an outrage in everything".

US troops come under fire in Syria after strikes against Iran-backed militias

U.S. troops came under rocket fire in Syria on June 28, but escaped injury, in apparent retaliation for weekend U.S. air strikes against Iran-aligned militia in Syria and Iraq.

A U.S. military spokesman said U.S. forces had responded to the multiple rockets by firing back at the positions in self-defense.