According to one of these documents, dated February 17, it was checked by Washington PostAnd Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi is one of America’s most important allies in the Middle East which receives about $1 billion annually in security assistance from Washington, He allegedly ordered the military to produce 40,000 missiles to be secretly sent to RussiaTo prevent the news from causing “trouble with the West”. US sources told the newspaper that the plan did not appear to have been implemented. Ambassador Ahmed Abu Zaid, spokesman for the Egyptian Foreign Ministry, replied that his country’s position from the outset was “not to get involved in this crisis.” And the commitment to remain at an equal distance from both sides, as we affirm Egypt’s support for the United Nations Charter and international law through the resolutions of the United Nations General Assembly.
South Korean diplomats yesterday expressed concern over the many questions being asked about their country’s involvement in the war in Ukraine. – resulting from revelations contained in American documents posted on the Internet. The full extent of the intelligence breach is not yet fully known. The Pentagon is trying to determine if other documents have been leaked The administrative and intelligence agencies of the Ministry of Defense.
Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman has been tasked with leading the diplomatic response to the classified documents, according to the CNN: In fact, damage to relations with allies is one of the main risks of leaking news, especially about Wiretapping of phones and emails within friendly countries.
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