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Ukraine agenda: hours left for Russia and USA summit

US Secretary of State Antony Blink, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia, in Geneva today Sergei Lavrov He met with German, British and French officials yesterday to show that Western countries will act together before his meeting with Turkey.

US President Joe Bidenfor Russian President Putin at a press conference on Wednesday “I think he will enter (Ukraine). He has to do something” He said that Moscow would pay a heavy price if it attacked Ukraine.

Blinken had said that despite Biden’s clear stance, it was possible for Russia to launch an attack.

Russia has deployed tens of thousands of troops on Ukraine’s borders in recent months, and Western countries are worried about a new attack on Ukraine eight years after Russia annexed Crimea. Russia has deployed tens of thousands of troops on the Ukrainian border in recent months.

Although Russia denies the allegations that it is planning an attack, NATO’s commitment not to include Ukraine in the union also states that it can take a military step as long as its security demands are not met.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said yesterday about Biden’s statements that Russia had received similar warnings for at least a month.

Peskov, “We believe that these statements will not contribute to easing the escalating tensions in Europe, but will destabilize the situation,” he said. he said.

Source: Cumhuriyet

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