US President Joe Biden And Russia Spar Over Ukraine Attack Strategy Presents Satellite Imagery News And Updates

World Desk, Amar Ujala, Washington/Moscow

Published by: Kirtivardhan Mishra
Updated Thu, 17 Feb 2022 09:35 PM IST

Summary

The US President said that the threat of Russia’s attack on Ukraine still remains and this attack could happen only in the next few days. He said there was no sign of Russian troops retreating to the Ukrainian border.

US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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Scope

Tensions between the US and Russia over Ukraine are increasing. Two days ago, Russia claimed that it had decided to withdraw its troops stationed on the Ukrainian border. However, the US and Britain have termed this claim of Russia as false through satellite images. Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden has said that the threat of Russia’s attack on Ukraine remains. On the other hand, Russia has also made it clear that if it does not get a security guarantee from America, then it is ready to try military methods.

What did Biden say on Russia’s threat?

The US President said that the threat of Russia’s attack on Ukraine still remains and this attack could happen only in the next few days. He said there was no sign of Russian troops retreating to the Ukrainian border. Biden even claimed that from the indications we have received so far, it is certain that Russia has prepared to attack Ukraine.

Why did Russia threaten a military operation?

Just after Biden’s statement, the Russian Foreign Ministry has also issued a statement. It said that Russia has not yet made any preparations for an attack on Ukraine. However, the statement further warned the US that if it does not receive security guarantees regarding Ukraine, it will be forced to respond through military and technical measures.

America said – expect support from India on Ukraine issue

The US on Wednesday expressed hope that India, committed to a rules-based international order, will support the US in the event of a Russian invasion of Ukraine. US President Joe Biden’s administration has said Russia has deployed 7,000 additional troops to Ukraine’s border in recent days.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Ned Price said that the issue of Russia and Ukraine was discussed in the recent meeting between the foreign ministers of the four countries (Quad) in Melbourne city of Australia. The foreign ministers of India, Australia, Japan and the US attended the meeting. “It was agreed at the meeting that there was a need for a diplomatic-peaceful solution to the matter,” Price said.

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