White House confirmation about CIA director visit perceived as confession

White House confirmation about CIA director visit perceives as confession | PakistanTribeWASHINGTON – Russia considered White House confirmation about CIA director visit as confession about United States involvement in Ukraine, PakistanTribe.com reported.

RT.com, Internationally known news portal representing Russia comes-up with the news “White House confirms CIA director visited Ukraine over weekend” as soon as the White House spokesman confirmed the event.

“On Monday afternoon White House spokesman Jay Carney confirmed that CIA Director John Brennan visited Ukrainian capital Kiev over the weekend and met with high-ranked Ukrainian officials” reported RT.

Russia and their allies believe that the United States intervening in Ukraine and completely responsible for unrest in the country.

While at the same time American government claims that Russia is behind all the situation in Ukraine.

Below is the detail about the event as reported by RT:

Previously, deposed Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich accused Brennan of ordering a crackdown on pro-Russian activists in the east of the country.

“We don’t normally comment on the CIA director’s travel but given the extraordinary circumstances in this case and the false claims being leveled by the Russians at the CIA we can confirm that the director was in Kiev as part of a trip to Europe,” White House spokesman Jay Carney told reporters.

Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had also demanded an explanation about the nature of the visit.

“Senior level visits of intelligence officials are a standard means of fostering mutually beneficial security cooperation including U.S.-Russian intelligence collaboration going back to the beginnings of the post-Cold War era,” retorted the White House official.

“U.S. and Russian intelligence officials have met over the years. To imply that U.S. officials meeting with their counterparts is anything other than in the same spirit is absurd.”

In an interview aired on Russian state television on Sunday, Yanukovich, who has been in southern Russia since fleeing Ukraine in February, said that Brennan had “sanctioned the use of weapons and provoked bloodshed.”

“The US bears its share of responsibility for starting a civil war in Ukraine, not only through diplomatic influence, but its security forces, which do not only meddle, but issue orders,” said the Ukrainian politician.

The CIA never explicitly denied its chief’s visit, but said that “the claim that director Brennan encouraged Ukrainian authorities to conduct tactical operations inside Ukraine is completely false.”

Acting President Aleksandr Turchinov has announced that “an anti-terrorist operation” will be carried out against armed protesters, who have occupied government buildings in the Russian-speaking east of the country.

Gunfire has already been exchanged in the provincial city of Slavyansk, resulting in the death of at least one Ukrainian soldier.

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