Patrushev: U.S. national security strategy contains unfounded accusations against Russia
MOSCOW. Dec 20 (Interfax) - The new U.S. national security strategy contains unfounded accusations against Russia, Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev said.
"All mentions of Russia in the document boil down to unfounded accusations," he said.
The strategy is currently being reviewed in the Russian Security Council's office, Patrushev said.
"Despite significant changes in wording in comparison to similar documents, certain continuity is evident from the ideological standpoint. This is particularly clear from the stance toward our country, which is openly referred to as one of the main threats to U.S. security, outlined in the strategy," he said.