U.S. is on brink of survival crisis, according to Moscow
By Global Research
Global Research, July 29, 2008
Inferfax: 29 July 2008
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MOSCOW. July 29 (Interfax) – Moscow thinks that the United States could face a serious domestic crisis in the near future.

“The U.S. is on the brink of a mass crisis of surviving,” a source with the Russian Foreign Ministry told journalists on Tuesday.

“The U.S. is on the track of drastic and painful changes,” he said. “At first, they have to learn to live within their means,” the diplomat added. Speaking about relations between Moscow and Washington, the source said that less interdependency in Russian-U.S. relations would be useful.

“We can in the future reach the moment when we will be able to stop discussing only the issues the U.S. side is interested in,” he said.

“We are not enemies with the U.S., and unfortunately we are still not friends, but we are depending on each other less and less,” the diplomat said.

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