4 dic 2021 02:23 GMT
The US president announced that he hopes to have a “long discussion” with his Russian counterpart on the tensions between Moscow and Kiev.
US President Joe Biden said Friday that he “doesn’t accept red lines from anyone” and promised to have a “long discussion” with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, about tensions between Russia and Ukraine.
“We have known about Russia’s actions for a long time, and I expect we will have a long discussion with Putin,” the president said.
And the Russian President has previously confirmed that he considers “red lines” for Deployment of weapons on the territory of Ukraine and other threats to Russia’s security. On Tuesday, Putin reiterated that if offensive complexes appear on the territory of Ukraine, Moscow will have to “create something similar in relation to those who threaten us in this way.” But the president expressed his confidence that common sense and responsibility prevail in Western countries so as not to cross red lines.
For her part, spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zagarova, said, highlighted And he announced Thursday that “NATO has approached” the Russian border and is working to increase its military infrastructure, in addition to conducting exercises in the region. In this context, the official spokesperson confirmed that The eastward expansion of NATO is a “red line” for the Kremlin. In his words, “the continued involvement of Kiev in the military orbit of the Alliance”, as well as the exploitation of Ukraine’s military infrastructure by NATO, which “began” de facto “, and the intention to turn Ukraine into a ” springboard for the Alliance “. The confrontation against Russia “imposes” consequences Serious negative, destabilizing the military and political situation in Europe.
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