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U.S., Russia to debate Ukraine tensions amid safety talks in January: official – Nationwide

U.S., Russia to debate Ukraine tensions amid safety talks in January: official – Nationwide

U.S. and Russian officers will participate in safety talks on Jan. 10 because the international locations confront rising tensions over Ukraine, a spokesperson for the Biden administration mentioned on Monday.

Russia and NATO are additionally probably set for talks on Jan. 12, whereas a broader regional assembly together with Moscow, Washington and a number of other European international locations is ready for Jan. 13, the spokesperson added.

Moscow, which has unnerved the West with a troop buildup close to Ukraine, put forth a want listing of safety proposals it desires to barter, together with a promise that the North Atlantic Treaty Group (NATO) would hand over any army exercise in Jap Europe and Ukraine.

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“After we sit down to speak, Russia can put its considerations on the desk, and we’ll put our considerations on the desk with Russia’s actions as properly,” mentioned the spokesperson for the White Home’s Nationwide Safety Council, who declined to be named and mentioned no selections could be made about Ukraine with out Ukraine.

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“There might be areas the place we are able to make progress, and areas the place we’ll disagree. That’s what diplomacy is about.”

U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday signed into regulation a large spending invoice that, amongst different issues, will present $300 million for an initiative supporting Ukraine’s armed forces and billions extra for European protection broadly.


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The U.S. administration, which thinks Russian President Vladimir Putin is contemplating an invasion of the ex-Soviet neighbor Ukraine, has promised swift and brutal sanctions within the case of such an incursion. Russia denies such intentions.

Russian officers had beforehand confirmed that they meant to take part in January safety talks with the US and that they have been contemplating becoming a member of the Jan. 12 NATO talks.

Conferences the next day might be hosted by the Group for Safety and Co-operation in Europe.

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(Reporting by Trevor Hunnicutt; Enhancing by Himani Sarkar and Michael Perry)




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