Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

World

Russia might face extra sanctions amid army build-up close to Ukraine, Trudeau warns – Nationwide

Russia might face extra sanctions amid army build-up close to Ukraine, Trudeau warns – Nationwide

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Russia might face additional Western sanctions as a consequence of its army build-up on the Ukrainian border.

And Trudeau strongly suggests Wednesday that Canada will renew its modest dedication of 200 Canadian Forces personnel to a NATO coaching mission in Ukraine, amid rising tensions between the West and Russia.

The Ukrainian authorities has been ready on Canada to publicly renew the dedication, set to run out on the finish of March, as a part of present of NATO solidarity towards Russia at a time of rising tensions.


Click to play video: 'Russia warns NATO against further worsening in ties'







Russia warns NATO towards additional worsening in ties


Russia warns NATO towards additional worsening in ties

Learn extra:

Trudeau belongs on Santa’s naughty record, alongside Chinese language and Russian leaders: ballot

Story continues beneath commercial

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy renewed his name for an extension of the Canadian contribution throughout a cellphone name with Trudeau on Tuesday.

Talks between NATO leaders and Russia ended Wednesday in Brussels in an try and discover a answer to the standoff as Moscow plenty 100,000 troops close to the Ukraine border, stoking fears of an invasion.

Russia desires NATO to reject Ukraine’s bid to affix the 30-country army alliance, a requirement NATO and america flatly reject.


Click to play video: 'U.S., Russia prepare for diplomatic talks in Geneva'







U.S., Russia put together for diplomatic talks in Geneva


U.S., Russia put together for diplomatic talks in Geneva

This report by The Canadian Press was first printed Jan. 12, 2022.




© 2022 The Canadian Press


You May Also Like

News

A member of Pakistan’s parliament, Sania Ashiq Jabeen was born in Lahore and raised there. She studied at the National College for Drug Administration...

Lifestyle

SINGAPORE – For four decades, Japanese singer and actress Seiko Matsuda has built a following across Asia through a non-stop output of albums, television...

World

France, which has opened its borders to Canadian tourists, is eager to see Canada reopen to the French. The Canadian border remains closed...

Politics

Almost every April since 1972, the Hash Bash has been held on the Diag of the University of Michigan campus, a free speech event...