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America warns Europe, Russia may attack Ukraine, tension at its peak


Highlights

  • US warns its European allies that Russia is preparing to attack Ukraine
  • America said that Russia has deployed military on the border of Ukraine and we are monitoring it
  • US warned Russia on Wednesday to refrain from making another ‘serious mistake’

Washington
The US has warned its European allies that Russia may be preparing to attack Ukraine. The US said that Russia has deployed a large amount of military along the Ukrainian border and they are monitoring it. The US on Wednesday warned Russia to refrain from making another “serious mistake”. US officials have alerted their European counterparts about the Russian attack.

The US has given this warning at a time when its dispute with Russia over sending warships in the Black Sea has increased. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said after meeting with the Ukrainian foreign minister that his country is concerned about Russia’s unusual activity near Ukraine. Meanwhile, Russia’s deputy ambassador to the United Nations, Dmitry Polansky, said on Thursday that Russia would not attack Ukraine unless it was provoked by a neighbor or someone else to do so.
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Russia cited the actions of American warships
Along with this, Russia cited several threats from Ukraine and provocative actions of American warships in the Black Sea. Polanski said this in response to the question of the deployment of troops along the Russian border with Ukraine. The deployment has increased US pressure on Russia and on Wednesday the US Secretary of State assured the Ukrainian foreign minister that the US is committed to Ukraine’s security and territorial integrity.

Polanski was asked if Russia was planning to attack Ukraine. “There is no such plan, never was and unless we are encouraged to do so by Ukraine or anyone else, we will not do anything,” he said in response. Or as long as there is no threat to the national sovereignty of Russia.’ “There are many threats being presented by Ukraine and also remember that American warships are working very closely around the Black Sea,” he told reporters at the United Nations Headquarters. Therefore it is quite difficult to avoid a direct confrontation every day in the Black Sea. We have cautioned our American colleagues that this is an outright provocation.

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