US News: Conflict in Ukraine: Russia and Westerners at a finger of relaxation

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Tensions continue to exacerbate between Russia and the United States around the Ukrainian question, despite attempts to relax the martial atmosphere. Joe Biden, the US president, currently probe his allies to ensure their determination.

Joe Biden would have gaffated by talking about the possibility of a Russian minor incursion into Ukraine? The Republicans affirm and accuse the Democratic President to give a white-sealant to Vladimir Putin and his military adventurism .

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But the language of the US chief of state has not been stuffed. It has actually worried about the concerted and joint response of NATO members in the event of a minor incursion of Russia in Ukraine . According to Biden, Vladimir Putin still does not want a large-scale war but he will test the West. And it is the nature and scope of this test on the one hand and the Nanian determination to firmly instead there on the other that worry Washington.

Weapons for Ukraine

In the wake of the US presidential discourse and to cut short to any controversy, the Americans have strengthened (verbally) their positions.

On the one hand, the United States approved the requests from the three Baltic countries to ship American weapons to Ukraine, said a state department manager from Berlin. These agreements will enable Estonia to transfer Javelin anti-tank missiles to Ukraine, while Lithuania will be allowed to send Stinger missiles.

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On the other hand, the spokesperson for the White House quickly specified that if the Russian forces cross the Ukrainian border, it will be a new invasion, and the United States and our allies will respond quickly. , severe and united. The cyber attacks and paramilitary tactics that Russia could lead will be welcomed by a decisive, reciprocal and united response, added Jean Psaki.

Washington probe its allies

This is this issue of the Nanian union that remains essential for the Biden administration. The head of the American diplomacy Anthony Blinken , who must speak this Friday in Geneva with his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, met with the Foreign Ministers Annalena Baerbock (Germany), Jean-Yves Le Drian (France) and Elizabeth Truss (United Kingdom). Objective: To ensure the determination of these countries against Moscow. And their will not to stick to massive economic and financial sanctions, as mentioned on Thursday again by the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.

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