Henry Kissinger warns of the extent of US tensions with China and Russia

Henry Kissinger warns of the extent of US tensions with China and Russia

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has expressed concern about the decisions of his country’s current administration because they could lead to a full-scale war between the world’s three major powers.

“We are on the brink of war with Russia and China over issues that we partly created ourselves without knowing how this will end or where it will lead,” Kissinger told the Wall Street Journal.

As part of his statements, he asked not to deepen tensions and to seek diplomatic options for dialogue to defuse the chances of conflict. He also suggested that the White House seeks balance with all countries.

In a report, the Russian media outlet Russia Today recalls that in May, during his speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Kissinger stressed the importance of Moscow and Kyiv returning to the negotiating table in the next two months to resolve the crisis to prevent further escalation.

For those opinions, Kissinger, 99, was blacklisted by the Mirotv√≥rets portal, a radical Ukrainian website that branded the politician an “accomplice in crimes committed by the Russian authorities against Ukraine and its citizens,” revealed RT.