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Russia warns the West against sending troops to back Ukraine

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Russia warns the West against sending troops to back Ukraine

In this paragraph, Russia warns the West against sending troops back to Ukraine. Russia cautioned NATO on Friday against sending troops to eastern Ukraine after Kyiv accused Moscow of establishing a military base on its territory. According to Interfax, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that any deployment of NATO troops would inevitably lead to more tensions. Peskov downplayed Russian troop movements along the shared border, claiming that “Russia is not attacking anyone.”

His remarks came as the Russian military announced on Friday that more than 15,000 soldiers, as well as electronic warfare and air defense groups, will participate in military drills on the border. Peskov has referred to a message from Washington about Ukraine’s intimidation. After US forces in Europe lifted their alarm level in response on Thursday. Similarly, US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin met with his Ukrainian counterpart and vowed to stand by Kyiv in the case of more Russian aggression.

President Biden reaffirmed the United States’ unwavering support for Ukraine’s Security:

President Biden reaffirmed the United States.

During a phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. US President Joe Biden backed Austin’s remarks. However, President Biden reaffirmed the United States’ unwavering support for Ukraine’s security and territorial integrity in the face of Russian violence in Donbass and Crimea.

However, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas and his Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba decided on Friday that. De-escalation is now critical in order not to jeopardize the ceasefire. According to a statement from the German Foreign Ministry. Weeks of recent front-line fighting have broken a truce, raising concerns of violence in Donetsk and Lugansk’s eastern regions.

According to the United Nations, war broke out in 2014. After a change of government in Kyiv and Moscow’s takeover of the Crimean Peninsula, claiming more than 13,000 lives. Four Ukrainian troops killed in the war zone just over a week ago. Although the deaths were originally announced as the result of a mortar assault by pro-Russian separatists. Moreover, the Ukrainian military later said that the troops were fired in the back by snipers. A video call between German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and French President Emmanuel Macron triggered the recent escalation on Tuesday.

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