The Russian Foreign Ministry said today that this was one of the points the Kremlin was seeking to prevent NATO from expanding eastward and placing offensive weapons near its borders. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Russian proposals were “designed in a very precise manner that does not agree with any double interpretation.”
Recall that Moscow sent about 100,000 troops to various locations along its borders with Ukraine.
According to the British president, Moscow “did not learn from the lessons of history” and the Russian invasion of the former Soviet republic “will lead to a terrible pitfall with casualties, as we learned from the Soviet war in Afghanistan.” And conflict in Chechnya. “Similarly, the British diplomat urges Putin to avoid and take a step back.”
Defense Minister Margarita Robles assured the media yesterday that “NATO is going to protect any country it wants to join” and criticized Russia. “No country can tell you what you can do,” he said.
The Kremlin denies that this is its intention, but says it could take unspecified military action if the list of demands is not met, including NATO’s promise not to allow Ukraine to become a member.
This was confirmed on his Twitter account, in which he stated that he was following the situation in Ukraine “very closely” and was in “permanent contact” with representatives and leaders of the European Union and NATO. State and Government of Spain’s Allies and Allies.
Yesterday afternoon, Pedro Sசnchez spoke with Polish Prime Minister Mathews Moravici and today with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, European Commission President Ursula van der Leyen and Latvian Prime Minister Artes Chris Jones. Currins. In the coming days, he will hold talks with the President of Lithuania, Gitanas Nouseda, and the Prime Minister of Estonia, Gaza Gallos.
The news, which includes various and varied sources from former and current US officials, expects Iran to suspend uranium enrichment to 60 percent and use already enriched uranium.
“We emphasize how unacceptably German Commander-in-Chief K-Achim Shonbach said in particular that Crimea would not return to Ukraine and that our government could not meet the criteria for joining NATO,” he explained. In a statement to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
“The information released today highlights the purpose of Russia’s attempt to destroy Ukraine and provides insight into how the Kremlin thinks,” Truss said in an official statement. “Russia must intensify its efforts to end its aggression and misinformation campaigns and take a diplomatic path.”
“We welcome Schoenbach’s resignation,” said the ambassador, according to the German newspaper Die Weld. Melnik assured that the perception of Crimea called into question “Germany’s international prestige and credibility.”
“Russia is an old country, an important country (…) we need Russia. It is a great country, but it is not democracy, in our opinion,” he said. “The Crimean peninsula is lost. It will never come back. This is a fact. We need to understand that further political affairs are real.”
Kiev demands that these statements be publicly amended, “against Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, and undermine efforts to reduce security tensions in Europe.”
According to German public television ARD, Shonbach has submitted his resignation, which was accepted by the Ministry of Defense.
The meeting comes as diplomatic efforts continue to avert conflict in Ukraine.
Approximately 90 tons of weapons and ammunition provided by the United States landed at the Ukrainian airport (29 km east of Kiev) this Saturday, the first package of additional aid to Ukraine in December. Tensions with Russia over the deployment of troops on the border are at an all-time high.