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Ukraine: The rupture of hope from Moscow


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There is hope that the crisis will intensify UkraineRussian Foreign Minister prepares report Sergei Lavrov.

Russia has ruled out the possibility of a diplomatic solution to the Ukraine crisis, amid fears in the West that tensions could escalate into an armed conflict.

I have to say that there is always a chance that “problems to be solved” will be solved. “ Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in a televised interview with President Vladimir Putin that opportunities for dialogue were “not exhausted”.

Lavrov told Putin that the United States had put forward concrete plans to reduce the military threat, but that the EU and NATO’s responses were unsatisfactory.

To Johnson Putin: Take a step back

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson today called on Vladimir Putin to take a step back from the “cliff” in Ukraine, assessing it as “very, very dangerous” with the possibility of a Russian invasion in the next 48 hours.

“The situation is very dangerous and difficult. We are on the brink of collapse, but there is still time for President Putin to step back,” he told British television.

“We call on the whole world to engage in dialogue (…) to prevent catastrophic error,” he added.

As Kiev blames Washington and London for the dangers of immediate Russian intervention, Boris Johnson says: “About 130,000 troops have been stationed on the Ukrainian border. Other signs of serious preparations for the invasion.”

“The signs are showing, as he said [Αμερικανός] “President Joe Biden, at least they’re preparing for something that could happen in the next 48 hours,” he said.

The United Kingdom on Friday urged British citizens to leave Ukraine immediately for security reasons.

Boris Johnson is expected to return to mainland Europe this weekend to hold talks with northern and Baltic leaders.

Two weeks ago, he flew to Kiev to offer his support to Ukraine, where London recently delivered its first lethal weapons, anti-tank missiles.

The British prime minister has said he will not usurp the sovereign right of the Ukrainian people to join NATO, and will assist US President Joe Biden in the diplomatic process “very soon.”

“I think it is very important to have a dialogue.” But what we can not do is to usurp the sovereign rights of the Ukrainian people to join NATO; We can not negotiate for that – it is for the Ukrainian people, “said Johnson.

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