Ukraine Russia Conflict: Thousands of soldiers sent to Belarus of Russia engaged in exercise, NATO soldiers moved towards Ukraine

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Highlights

  • Russia gathers more than 100,000 troops near Ukraine border
  • Britain tells 1,000 troops to be ready in Eastern Europe
  • Russia wants guarantee that Ukraine will not be made a NATO member

Hague. Thousands of soldiers sent by Russia to Belarus are engaged in military exercises amid intense diplomacy to stop the war between Russia and Ukraine. Meanwhile, more NATO security forces are moving towards the eastern borders of ally Ukraine, while Britain has asked 1,000 troops to be on standby over fears of a humanitarian crisis in Eastern Europe. If Russia attacks its neighboring country Ukraine and fighting starts, there could be a possibility of a humanitarian crisis. Russia has gathered more than 100,000 troops near the Ukrainian border but has said it has no plans to attack.

Biden again warns – America should leave Ukraine soon

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Russia said it wanted a guarantee from the West that NATO would not allow Ukraine and other countries of the former Soviet Union to be part of the Western military alliance. Foreign policy advisers from Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine, who met in Paris last month, held another round of talks in Berlin. He spoke of no progress on the implementation of the 2015 peace accord. At the same time, US President Joe Biden reiterated his warning and said that if any American is still present in Ukraine, then he should leave the country as soon as possible.

The slightest spark can ignite the fire of world war: Biden

“It’s not like we’re dealing with a terrorist organization,” Biden said in an interview on Thursday. We are dealing with one of the largest armies in the world. It’s a very different situation and things could soon get worse.” Asked about sending troops to Ukraine to rescue the Americans, Biden said, “Not there. It will be a world war if the US and Russia start firing at each other.” Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg are warning that Russia’s military build-up near Ukraine is the biggest threat to European security in recent times. danger has arisen. The British leader said he does not think Russian President Vladimir Putin has decided to act against Ukraine, but added, “We are seriously working on our intelligence.”

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Putin aims to break NATO organization: NATO Secretary General

Stoltenberg said he reiterated NATO’s invitation to talks on improving European security in a new letter to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. Johnson flew from Brussels to Warsaw to hold talks with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. Both the leaders had gone to meet the British soldiers stationed near the capital of Poland. Poland is bordered by Belarus, Ukraine, and the Kaliningrad region of Russia. Moraviki said, “Putin’s political aim is to break NATO, so we need to stay together.” At the same time, Britain’s Foreign Minister Liz Tuss, in a conversation with Lavrov in Moscow, again warned that there was no need to attack Ukraine. There will be profound consequences and a heavy price will be paid.

Ukraine ready for Turkish mediation

Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Ukraine has accepted Ankara’s offer to mediate to de-escalate tensions with Russia, while Russia has not refused it either. Meanwhile, Denmark said on Thursday that it would begin talks with the US on a new defense cooperation agreement that would involve deploying US troops and military equipment to Denmark, contrary to its decades-old policy.

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