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The White House said it was “deeply concerned” about the presence of Russian troops on Ukraine’s border: “the largest since 2014.”
In short, tensions on the border between Russia and Ukraine will increase the risk as they enter US territory. Therefore, a warning to Vladimir Putin via the US Navy, and a move that underscores Washington’s undeniable support for Kiev. The news from the Pentagon has not been confirmed, so far it is only a rumor spread by some sources in the administration quoted by CNN. However, the rumors almost coincide with the words of the White House, which spoke through spokeswoman Zhen Zaki about the United States’ “growing concern” about the situation on the Russian-Ukrainian border.
Meanwhile, a request to reduce Russia’s presence on the border with Ukraine came from Berlin, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel called Putin in a phone call. A new conflict.
Meanwhile, no encouraging signs appear to be coming from Moscow. The Kremlin warns that “Kiev’s entry into NATO will destabilize the country” and, accordingly, military action in the Donbass will mark the beginning of Ukraine’s end as a state. “This is to shoot you in the leg,” said Dmitry Kozak, Putin’s adviser to Ukraine and vice president of the Russian presidential administration. Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky traveled to Donbass to meet with troops.
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