“The drums are pounding loudly and the rhetoric is getting quite jarring.” The Thursday statement of Michael Carpenter, US ambassador to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe(OSCE), shows how negotiations between Russia and Europe take place. The Organization’s third round of diplomatic contacts has concluded. The West will stop military escalation against Ukraine. Zbigniew Rau, Poland’s foreign Minister, said at a Vienna conference that there is a greater risk of war in Europe than ever before. Law addressed the OSCE Organization (57 countries) which includes Russia, Ukraine and other European countries. The OSCE Organization aims at facilitating dialogue between the blocs. He said, “We have been faced with the possibility of an Eastern European military escalation for several weeks.” This is the third week in a row RussiaTalk about security issues with Western nations. The meeting was intended to address the growing crisis at Ukraine’s border. There is a significant Russian military presence. But organizers state that there has been no progress. Russia has sent 100,000 troops to the Ukrainian border, making demands NATO considers impossible. This includes withdrawing troops and blocking Ukraine’s accession.
Ukraine, which had a prominent role in Russia’s talks with the West, was not present in the talks between Washington and Moscow in Geneva, nor the talks between NATO members and the Kremlin at Brussels. The OSCE member Ukraine was not present at the talks between Washington and Moscow in Geneva or the talks between NATO representatives and the Kremlin in Brussels.The United States is willing to continue negotiationsBut he added that “we will never renegotiate our fundamentals”. He listed the 1975 Helsinki Accords as well as the UN Charter and 1990 Paris Charters which meant that sovereign states are free to make their own security decisions. He said, “These are our foundations.”
Helga Schmid, OSCE Secretary-General, said that the current situation was “dangerous” in the region and that it was urgent to “revive the European security dialogue.” “It’s imperative that we find a diplomatic solution to de-escalate, and then start rebuilding. trust, transparency and cooperation”,At the meeting, it was guaranteed. Russia’s OSCE Envoy said that Moscow’s patience was evaporating, which he called “an unacceptable threat to our security.” They also threatened to take “necessary steps” if Moscow didn’t respond to Russia. The Russian delegation stated, “If we don’t hear a constructive reply to our proposals in a reasonable amount of time and if aggressive behaviour against Russia continues, then we will have to make the necessary steps to ensure strategic stability and remove irresponsible threat to our national security.” accepted threats.” He also warned that “a crisis on the European continent could emerge with unpredictable consequences for European security.”
The West is concerned about Russia’s deployment on the Ukrainian border of tanks, artillery, and around 100,000 troops. Some observers believe this may be preparations to invade. The Kremlin claims that the military action was taken to counter NATO’s increasing presence in Eastern Europe. This was in the midst of intense diplomacy. Russian officials were visiting Europe for talks with NATO and the United States. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba called on Russia on Thursday to stop being aggressive in trying to solve the problem.Quleiba stated, “While the great week Russian diplomacy had been disappointing, I think that the only way the Russians can confirm that they do not intend to use force to resolve this issue is to continue discussions under the existing format, especially at OSCE.”