Amidst the war with Ukraine, Britain’s PM Johnson said – the war is not over yet, little evidence of the withdrawal of the Russian army

“The two leaders reiterated their responsibility to comply with their obligations under the United Nations Charter and to respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the members of the United Nations,” Johnson’s office said in a statement.

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Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Britain Prime Minister Boris Johnson (British PM Boris Johnson) Said that Ukraine crisis (Ukraine Crisis) Not completely abandoned yet. Speaking on the phone to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, he said there was very little evidence of a Russian military withdrawal from the Ukraine border. “The two leaders reiterated their responsibility to comply with their obligations under the United Nations Charter and to respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the members of the United Nations,” Johnson’s office said in a statement. At the same time, a Downing Street spokesman said that the two leaders discussed in detail the crisis arising on the borders of Ukraine. Johnson and Guterres also agreed that the Russian invasion of Ukraine would have “disastrous and far-reaching consequences”.

“They agreed to pursue an immediate diplomatic solution and work together to prevent a devastating military escalation and humanitarian crisis,” the spokesman said. Let us tell you that Johnson called the UN chief on the eve of the UN Security Council meeting to be held on Thursday. Let us tell you that Russia has deployed more than one lakh soldiers and heavy ammunition and fighter planes on the Ukrainian border.

Russia can attack Ukraine anytime – America

On the other hand, the White House said on Wednesday that Russia’s attack on Ukraine could happen at any time. Simultaneously, President Joe Biden, sending Vice President Kamala Harris and Secretary of State Tony Blinken to a conference in Munich, announced to unite global leaders against Moscow’s threat. White House press secretary Jen Psaki feared the attack could happen at any time. “We believe that an attack can happen at any time and that Russia can attack with a false pretext,” Saki told reporters in his daily press briefing.

Russia deployed more than 7 thousand soldiers on the border

The US warned that Russia may have asked to withdraw troops from the Ukrainian border, but it has been claimed that Moscow has added 7,000 additional troops near the borders. Based on the situation so far, it can be said that there has been no attack on Ukraine by Russia. The United States and its allies believe that the security and balance of Europe with economic stability still remains a threat.

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