White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki reiterated in a statement the previous day that Russia could launch an attack on Ukraine “at any time”, but that such claims were baseless and that Moscow would escalate tensions.
Zaki also said that the President had received updates on the meetings from his Vice President Kamala Harris, who was attending the Munich Security Conference in Germany.
In his inaugural address, House number two threatened a “quick, tough and united” response to Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.
Harris noted the “visionary sanctions and export restrictions” on the Eurasian country.
“We will target Russia’s financial institutions and key businesses,” he said in a diplomatic tone. .
Biden said yesterday that the White House had “every indication” that Russia was ready to attack Ukraine “in the coming days” and that the risk of war was high.
The newspaper Politico reported that “after February 20,” but the same media reported the 16th of that month as zero, citing top sources as a possible date for the conflict to erupt.
According to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the West’s coverage of the “ghost war” against Ukraine is terrorism.
Some analysts have warned that the US-Russia-Ukraine issue is a smokescreen that obscures many of the problems that the Biden administration is facing.
November will be a by-election, and with inflation, the current Govt.
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