Moscow (Sputnik) – 12/02/2022. 12:43
Likewise in the West. Moscow begins evacuating its employees from Ukraine
- Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov hinted at the possibility of such a scenario
- Blinken: Russia may invade Ukraine “Anytime” after mobilizing more than 100,000 soldiers and heavy weapons on its borders
The Russian “Sputnik” agency revealed the departure of Russian diplomats and consular employees Ukraine.
“According to the data of Ukrainian citizens, Russian diplomats and consular employees began to work,” the agency quoted an informed source as saying Ukraine to leave for Russia.
This is evidenced in particular by the difficulties encountered when scheduling an appointment at the consulates and embassy.
According to the source: “Against the background of the evacuation, which was officially announced by a number of Western countries, this indicates that Moscow I decided to go the same way.”
The source also indicated that “Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov hinted at the possibility of such a scenario during a press conference after his talks with British Foreign Minister Elizabeth Truss.”
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov hinted at the possibility of such a scenario during a press conference following his talks with British Foreign Secretary Elizabeth Truss.
And the Russian Foreign Minister admitted Sergey Lavrov Earlier that Russia may take a decision on the temporary evacuation of non-essential personnel of diplomatic institutions from the diplomatic mission.
The United States, Britain, Germany and Australia have previously announced plans to evacuate part of their embassy staff due to the Russian escalation, which Moscow denies.
In this context, the US Secretary of State was Anthony Blinken He has said that Russia may invade Ukraine “at any time” after amassing more than 100,000 soldiers and heavy weapons on its borders.
For his part, said German government spokesman Steffen Heepstrait, “We still do not see any indication of de-escalation given the current situation, and we deeply regret that.”
Intensive talks during the last period failed to make progress in resolving this crisis, which Westerners describe as the most dangerous since the end of the Cold War three decades ago.
He was a news reporter now who is in the city of Kharkiv Which is 32 km from the Russian border has said: There is no practical escalation regarding the Russian invasion of Ukraine
Our correspondent added that the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky He visited the area on missions, obviously defensive.
A news reporter now confirmed that the escalation is an American media outlet saying that the Russian invasion could start at any moment and that it might start with aerial bombardment, followed by a ground invasion.