The United States has warned Russia about its military presence at the Ukrainian border over several weeks. NATO has been criticised for not including Ukraine.
For several weeks, Ukraine and its Western allies claim that Russia has placed troops along Ukraine’s border in preparation for an invasion. Moscow denies any such project and claims it fears that a military operation against pro-Russian separatists will be launched in Kiev.
On Thursday, the American and Russian foreign ministers met in tense Swedish face-to-face. They exchanged threats and warnings about Ukraine and decided to work together to end the crisis. Do we need to be concerned about a potential new conflict at the Russian-Ukrainian border. These tensions can be understood by “The Obs”.
The end of October will bring the following: Videos circulated on social media showing movement of Russian tanks, troops and other heavy weapons towards Ukraine’s border. According to Ukrainian officials, Russia has sent around 115,000 troops to the border.
Moscow is accused by Kiev and its Western allies of supporting pro-Russian separatists within eastern Ukraine following the outbreak of armed conflict there in 2014. This was shortly after Russia annexed Crimea. The Kremlin strongly rejects these accusations.
Antony Blinken, US Secretary of State, stated that Washington had been reelected on November 11. “Serious concerns over unusual Russian military actions”This area.
Russia has been known to have deployed troops at the border of Ukraine and Belarus in the past.
Moscow promised to have pulled them out shortly after the announcement about the first summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin (and his American counterpart Joe Biden). Many analysts believed that Russia had demonstrated its strength to position itself as the meeting neared.
Experts believe Russia could use the same strategy as Washington to organize a summit between Vladimir Putin, Joe Biden.
Others believe that Russia was too harsh with Ukraine’s use of drones in Turkey at the end October. This sends a message.
Vladimir Putin believes that the West is encouraging anti-Russian sentiments in Ukraine. This fear he has already expressed in an interview. Article in July. He accused the West of inflaming tensions by conducting military exercises in Black Sea, and delivering modern weapons to Kiev. “Red lines”.
Russians and Ukrainians both are “One people”He wrote that he was highlighting the “Spiritual, human, civilizational ties”Who “Have been weaved for centuries”. “And we won’t allow our historic territories or the people who live there to become a weapon against Russia.He said so.
Ukraine refused on Friday, December 3rd, to give up its NATO membership. Interview with AFP: According to the Ukrainian foreign Minister, renoncigning to join the Transatlantic Organization would not be acceptable. “Not an alternative.”