Today’s Bulletin – 12/02/2022. 15:18
Developments of the Ukrainian crisis .. Washington: the attack is approaching
In the latest developments Ukrainian crisisUS Secretary of State Anthony Blinken confirmed that President Joe Biden has put in place the capabilities required to respond quickly to any Russian military action.
Blinken added that the Russians had been told that Putin had to choose between diplomacy or escalation
He stressed that if Putin decided to launch military action, severe sanctions would be imposed on Russia
In this context, it is taking place USA PresidentTelephone talks with his Russian counterpart, after Friday’s call between the two chiefs of staff.
A phone call between Macron and Putin to resolve the Ukraine crisis
As part of the phone talks between Putin and the leaders of Western countries regarding the Ukrainian crisis, the Elysee Palace announced that French President Emmanuel Macron will call his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, this afternoon, to discuss the crisis, which Western countries want to solve “by diplomatic means, dialogue and deterrence”, after Days of meeting the two presidents in Russia, in a visit that revealed the divergence between the positions of both countries.
The French presidency said that the leaders of Western countries, including US President Joe Biden and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, “reaffirmed their support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity” during talks on Friday afternoon.
After America, the European Union recommends its employees to leave Ukraine
With regard to the latest developments in the Ukrainian crisis at the level of the European Union, he announced that he had recommended the non-essential employees of his diplomatic mission in Kiev to leave Ukraine, after the Russian threat to invade Ukraine.
The US president had earlier called on all US citizens remaining in Ukraine to leave immediately, citing growing threats of possible military action from Russia.
This comes as Russia continues its military build-up along its border with Ukraine.