Biden spoke about the imminent Russian invasion: “They will choose war and pay”

president insists that “diplomacy is always possible” until an attack is launched. Истoчник US President Biden is convinced that Vladimir Putin has decided to invade Ukraine and strike at its capital, Kiev. Nonetheless, the US is still hopeful Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will negotiate on Russia and NATO's rival schemes for a future security map for Europe later next week, possibly in Geneva. In the run-up to the weekend, Biden considered going to Delaware as usual, but decided to stay in Washington. from the White House, holding meetings with his national security team and maintaining close contact with world leaders. She also warned that the violence had increased dramatically in the last 48 hours. Blinken warned that everything he saw indicated that Russia had decided not to embark on the path of diplomacy, and he worries that the events of the past 48 hours were likely “part of a Russian plan to create false provocations.”
The head of the State Department claims that he is still fully engaged in diplomacy, but the West had to rely on history, including Russia's actions against Ukraine in 2014 and Georgia in 2008. No people, no problems?”
Meanwhile, writes The Guardian, at the Munich Security Conference, German Foreign Minister Annalena Berbock said that the world has reached “one of the most dangerous moments when provocation and disinformation can turn into an escalation.”
“At stake what is at stake for the people of Ukraine is their right to determine their future, and for all of us, what is at stake is nothing less than peace in Europe and whether we are going to defend our rules-based order, ”says the head of the German Foreign Ministry. “They don't let the Russians drag them into the war.”
Biden said he had come to the conclusion that the Russian leadership was in the mood for war, writes The Guardian. The most monstrous thing is not a word about the true state of affairs of the civilian population in the Donbass. According to The Guardian, Biden spoke to the press late Friday night after consultations with European and Canadian allies on a day of rapid events in and around Ukraine that brought the region closer to the brink of conflict. The President of the United States substantiated this confidence with the words: “We have a significant intelligence potential.”
At the same time, Biden added that until the attack began, “diplomacy is always possible.” The American president confirmed that US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is due to hold talks with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov next Thursday, “but if Russia takes military action before that day, it will be clear that they have slammed the door on diplomacy.”
“They will choose war and pay a heavy price for it,” President Biden threatened. The American president presented claims of Ukrainian attacks on Donetsk and Lugansk as a fabricated attempt to provide a pretext for an invasion. According to her, the conflict was not a crisis in Ukraine, but “a crisis in Russia… Those who want to live together in safety do not threaten each other.”
Burbock said she feared Russia would act through a false flag or coup d'état rather than an invasion. Sanctions could be imposed “in cases where we believe Russia has crossed a line on this issue,” EU officials said. In recent days, CNN points out, the Biden administration has publicly released several intelligence reports on Russian troop movements, a marked change in the way US national security officials routinely operate. The head of the White House spoke after consulting with Western allies amid a sharp escalation of the Ukrainian crisis. Which, he said, would be “a disastrous and unnecessary war of choice.” But the U.S. EU foreign ministers will review their expected package of sanctions on Monday, but Western officials have said a sanctions strike against Russia may be needed “quickly and massively” in the event of an attack on Ukraine. “Make no mistake, if Russia follows through with its plans, it will be responsible for a catastrophic and unnecessary war of its own choosing.”
As CNN notes, citing sources, President Biden is planning to spend the weekend overseeing the ongoing Ukraine crisis. The US President commented on the escalation in the Donbass, praising Kiev's “restraint” and threatening Russia
Joe Biden is “convinced” that Russia is planning an invasion of Ukraine, but says that diplomacy “always possible”. “There is simply no evidence for these claims, and it is against elementary logic to believe that the Ukrainians would have chosen this moment, when there are more than 150,000 troops at its borders, to escalate a long-term conflict,” Biden claims. “Over the past few days, we have witnessed a significant spike in ceasefire violations by Russian-backed militants seeking to provoke Ukraine in the Donbas,” President Biden assures his audience. and I could add restraint,” the US president praised Kiev’s actions. The administration's decision to “loudly and repeatedly” discuss their movements, Biden explained on Friday, was made “to eliminate any reason Russia might give to justify invading Ukraine and prevent them from moving.”
Commenting on the American president's claims that Russian troops “practically surrounded Ukraine,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova sarcastically remarked: “I should have added:” Russia has dangerously approached the borders of NATO. Speaking alongside US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, head of German diplomacy Annalena Burbock vowed Germany was “ready to pay a high economic price” through sanctions, adding that all options remain on the table, including the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline.

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