The United States ready to discuss with Russia on the deployment of
Missiles Russia-Ukraine-USA-Biden: the United States ready to discuss with Russia on the deployment of Missiles © Reuters / Handout States United ready to discuss with Russia on the deployment of Washington missiles - the United States and their allies are willing to discuss with Russia, as part of Talks on Ukraine, the possibility for each part of Restrict military activities and missile deployments in the region, said Saturday a senior official of the US President Joe Biden.
Russia wants to attack our own allies in Ukraine under "Wrong Flag", so US government officials. The aim is to justify an invasion. © Photo: DPA / AP / Andriy Andriyenko Ukrainian soldiers relate to the front line in the Donetsk region (archive image).
Russia works according to the US government to create an excuse for an invasion of Ukraine. "We have information that pointed out that Russia has already set up a group of agents to run a deployment under the wrong flag in Ostukraine," said a US government representative on Friday. Moscow rejected this information immediately as a "lush".
The Russian agents are "trained in the house vapor and the use of explosives to commit own substitute forces against Russia," said the US government official. "Russia lays the foundations to have the option to invent an excuse for an invasion, including sabotage files and information operations."
Baerbock calls for joint course of the EU to Russia and China
Federal Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (Greens) has called the EU in dealing with Russia and China. "Especially towards autocratic actors such as Russia and China is important: When Europe drives a common course and closed, it is a heavyweight - it acts in contrast, struggling under its weight class," Baerbock explained on Thursday before her departure to a meeting Your EU colleague in Brest.
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The Russian armed forces would plan with Starting these activities a few weeks before a military invasion, which could "start" between mid-January and mid-February ", the government official continued. The aim is to prepare the Ukraine, to prepare a "immediately upcoming attack on Russian forces in the Ostukraine".
White House: Russian Agents "Fabrication Provokes"
Information suggested that Russian agents would also begin to "fabricate provocations" in state and social media to justify a Russian intervention and sowing divisions in Ukraine, The spokeswoman of the White House said Jen Psaki, on Friday. Russian officials would also spread to the deterioration of the human rights situation in Ukraine and the increasing militude of Ukrainian leaders.
Russia announces dismantling the Cybercriminal Group
© Patrick Semansky The Cyber question had been at the heart of the meeting in June in Geneva, between Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin. of the art of bringing down the tension a little? While Western countries accuse the Kremlin to plan a new invasion of Ukraine and that the discussions between Washington and Moscow are particularly stormy , the Russian domestic security department, the FSB, announced Friday having dismantled the Cybercriminal revil group.
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in these reports "also the West for the escalation of tensions is responsible, and it is pointed out on humanitarian problems in Ukraine, which could be solved by a Russian intervention. And it is recruited for Russian patriotism to promote the support of the country for military measures, "says Psaki. The number of appropriate Russian-language contributions in social media with these contents has risen by 200 percent in December.
Russia reacts outraged
The statements from Washington pushed out indignation in Moscow. "All these explanations have so far been loseless and were not confirmed by nothing," said Kreml spokesman Dmitri Peskov on Friday evening of the State News Agency TASS.
The West fears in view of a massive Russian troop march on the border with Ukraine that Russia is currently preparing an invasion of the neighboring country after the annexation of Crimea 2014. The Kremlin categorically rejects this.
Ukraine conflict with Russia: US obviously consider emergency gas supplies to Europe
In Ukraine conflict, the US government for emergency gas supplies should have explored in Europe. Around one third of its gas needs, the EU relates to Russia. © Photo: Alexei Alexandrov / AP / DPA Ukraine Conflict In Ukraine Conflict with Russia , the US government has insiders explored emergency plans for gas supplies to Europe with energy companies.
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at the same time he calls for from the US and NATO agreements to prohibit east extension of NATO and the construction of US military bases in states of the former Soviet influence sphere.
talks between the US and Russia, a meeting of NATO Russia Council and discussions within the organization for safety and cooperation in Europe (OSCE) brought no breakthrough this week. (With AFP and DPA)
Blinken opposed to immediate sanctions against Russia in the Ukrainian file .
Ukraine-crisis-Blinken-Russia: Blinken opposed to immediate sanctions against Russia in the Ukrainian file © Reuters / Pool Blinken opposed to immediate sanctions against Russia in the Ukrainian file by Arshad Mohammed Washington / London (Reuters) - US Secretary of State Antony Blinken rejected calls for immediate economic sanctions against Russia, believing that this would reduce the capacity of the West to dissuade Moscow not to attack Ukraine.