June 3, 2023


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Joe Biden will talk with Putin about the Russia-Ukraine crisis.  "I will not accept the red lines of Russia"

Joe Biden will talk with Putin about the Russia-Ukraine crisis. “I will not accept the red lines of Russia”

“We have known about Russia’s actions for a long time and I expect a long discussion with Putin,” he said. Biden Reporters on Friday, before heading to Camp David for the weekend.

“I do not accept anyone’s red lines,” he said of Russia’s demands.

According to the Ukrainian authorities, according to its intelligence reports, Moscow may plan a large-scale military offensive by the end of January, having gathered more than 94,000 Russian soldiers near the borders of Ukraine for this.

As reported by the Washington Post using anonymous sources, US intelligence identified it Russia’s plans for a possible military offensive in Ukraine assume that it may begin as early as the beginning of 2022 with the participation of approximately 175,000 soldiers. US intelligence data estimates that half of the Russian forces are already deployed at various points near the Ukrainian border.

The plans provide for, among other things, participation in the assault of 100 tactical battalions with weapons, artillery and materiel.

Intelligence also indicated an increased use of intermediaries and media outlets by Russian news centers to discredit Ukraine and NATO ahead of a possible invasion.

The Kremlin said on Friday that the president Russian President Vladimir Putin Will struggle in a conversation with the boss Joe Bidenim For binding guarantees except for the expansion of NATO in Ukraine.

On Thursday, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken met his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in Stockholm, and demanded that Russia withdraw its forces from the border with Ukraine. Lavrov responded that the West was “playing with fire” by refusing to vote on further NATO enlargement in the former Soviet Union.

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