Ukraine Russia Conflict: America expressed fear of war, Biden said – Putin has made up his mind to attack Ukraine

Joe Biden at the White House said that Russian President Vladimir Putin has made up his mind to invade Ukraine. Washington has shown no signs of a withdrawal of Russian forces and the threat of attack still remains high.

Joe Biden. (Photo: AFP)

us President Joe Biden (Joe Biden) today discussed the possibility of a Russian offensive against Ukraine with trans-Atlantic leaders (Ukraine Russia Conflict) spoke about. They expressed deep concern over the continued build-up of Russia’s military and reiterated their strong support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine. Biden’s comments on the Russian threat are very serious. In the White House he said that Russian President Vladimir Putin (Vladimir Putin) Has made up his mind to attack Ukraine. Washington has shown no signs of a withdrawal of Russian troops and the threat of an attack remains high as Russia has sent troops to the Ukrainian border instead of withdrawing them.

“I discussed Russian military construction in and around Ukraine with allies and trans-Atlantic partners,” he said. I agree with allies and partners to support Ukraine and continue diplomatic efforts. According to him, Russia can attack Ukraine in the next few weeks or days. Biden says 40-50% of Russian troops are under attack around the Ukrainian border. Although he expressed confidence and said that America and its allies are ready to defend Ukraine.

Leaders around the world are trying to find a solution to this conflict, but the suspicion between the East and the West is increasing. NATO allies have rejected Russia’s claim that it is withdrawing troops from the border. It is believed that Russia has gathered about 150,000 troops along the border with Ukraine.

A total of 60 percent of Russia’s ground troops are feared to be engaged on the border of Ukraine

Concern has increased in Western countries about what Russia is doing with these soldiers. It is estimated that 60 percent of the total Russian ground troops are stationed on the Ukrainian border. The Kremlin says it has no plans to attack but has long considered Ukraine as part of it and sees NATO expansion as a threat to itself.

Amidst all this, the US government has issued the strictest warning ever. At the United Nations Security Council, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken informed of a conclusion by US intelligence agencies, on which the US and Britain hoped that they would disclose any attempt to attack. The US, however, has refused to provide more information to support its claims.

Biden to meet on Ukraine crisis

US President Joe Biden is going to hold a virtual meeting with various leaders of Canada, Europe and NATO regarding the Ukraine crisis. The meeting was attended by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, European Council President Charles Michel, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Polish President Andrzej Duda, Romanian President Claus Johannes. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macro will attend.

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