United States (AFP) – 12/02/2022. 00:18
Joe Biden has a phone call with Putin
The White House expected Friday that President Joe Biden will make a phone call to his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, in an attempt to dissuade him from an invasion of Russia. Ukraine.
“I expect President Biden to speak on the phone with President Putin, but I don’t have anything to say at this time,” National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters.
US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said Friday that the United States sees a possible Russian attack on Ukraine, which it considers imminent, that will begin with an aerial bombardment and may include a “quick attack” on Kiev.
Sullivan called on Americans in Ukraine to leave the country “within 24 to 48 hours.”
US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said Friday that the allies had shown a “remarkable” unity in confronting Russia, warning Moscow that its influence would decline if it decided to invade Ukraine.
“Whatever happens, the West is more united than at any time in recent years, and NATO has been strengthened,” he stressed.