US National Security Advisor John Bolton has warned Russia, China and other allies of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro against any deployment of troops and military equipment in the Latin American country, saying Washington will defend its interests against such "provocative" actions.
John Bolton, US President Donald Trump’s national security adviser, has used Twitter to wage a war of words against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, using the social media platform to bypass the media and White House bureaucracy.
US National Security Adviser John Bolton has been photographed holding confidential notes with information about a possible troop deployment in the South American country of Colombia, which reports say might be linked to the ongoing unrest in neighboring Venezuela.
US National Security Adviser John Bolton has said that President Donald Trump will not meet Russian President Vladimir Putin “in the foreseeable future” due to Moscow’s seizure of Ukrainian ships and their crews from the Kerch Strait.
US President Donald Trump wants to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin when the two leaders visit Paris on November 11 for World War I commemorations, according to American National Security Adviser John Bolton.
Russia has blasted claims by US National Security Adviser John Bolton that it's "stuck" in Syria, warning American officials against making such remarks while their own troops are also on the ground in the conflict-ridden Arab country.
During a visit to the Israeli-occupied territories, US National Security Adviser John Bolton has claimed that Russia is currently “stuck” in Syria, and that Washington could use this situation as leverage to push for an end to Iran’s mission there in future contacts with Moscow.
US President Donald Trump believes Russia has interfered in American elections, National Security Adviser John Bolton says, adding that the American head of state will warn his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin against doing that once they meet later this month.
The forthcoming summit between North Korean leader Kim Jung-un and US President Donald Trump has hit a major road block. North Korea has threatened to cancel the planned summit, accusing the US administration of trying to force it "into a corner" on unilateral nuclear disarmament. This comes as Trump’s new national security adviser, John Bolton, says he is considering a “Libya model” to denuclearize North Korea, a model that Pyongyang has singled out in the past as a source of its distrust for Washington. Pyongyang has also cancelled high-level talks with Seoul over the US and the South's Max Thunder joint military exercises.