Russian President Vladimir Putin affirmed that the maneuvers and other military movements of the West with Ukraine threaten the security of Russia, warning of a possible crossing of the “red lines” established by the Kremlin.
During a video conference with investors, Putin avoided saying whether he plans to mobilize troops along his border with Ukraine, as the West has claimed for weeks.
“Look, they talk about a possible Russian military intervention in Ukraine since the beginning of the year. But as you can see, such a thing did not happenPutin said.
It is not about intervening or not, fighting or not. It’s about reestablishing the links“Putin said, adding that the important thing is to take into account the security interests of all parties.
“If we strive for it frankly, no one will feel threatened”, He added.
These statements took place while Ukraine he asked his western allies on Monday “Act”Quickly to dissuade Russia of an eventual invasion of its territory, an intention that the Kremlin completely denies.
For his part, this Tuesday in Riga, on the sidelines of a NATO ministerial meeting. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned that a Russian aggression against Ukraine will entail a serious response.
“Any escalation by Russia would be very worrying for both the United States and Latvia, and any aggression could lead to serious consequences.“Blinken said during a press conference with his Latvian counterpart, Edgars Rinkevics, although he declined to provide details on what the response would be.
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