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    Putin will not be greeted: the United States promised to help Ukraine in case of Russian invasion

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    The United States and its allies, in the event of an escalation of the situation around Ukraine, do not exclude that they will supply weapons to the Ukrainian side

    States promised to provide assistance to Ukraine / Photo: Collage: Today

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    Biden administration officials have begun signaling to Russia that even if it manages to quickly seize Ukrainian territory, Russian President Vladimir Putin will incur an exorbitant price in terms of military casualties. This was reported by the New York Times, citing unnamed representatives of the US administration.

    The United States promised to help Ukraine.

    Joe Biden administration officials said plans to help Ukraine could include training in neighboring countries that are part of NATO’s eastern flank.

    “The United States and its allies, in the event of an escalation of the situation around Ukraine, can help the Ukrainian side by conducting exercises in NATO countries such as Poland, Romania and Slovakia, along with this, weapons supplies are also provided,” the article says.

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    In addition to logistical support and weapons, the United States and its NATO allies can also provide medical equipment, services and even shelter during Russian offensives. The United States will almost certainly supply weapons, officials said.

    The United States also intends to provide Ukraine with battlefield intelligence that could help the country respond more quickly to an invasion, senior administration officials said.

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    The officials also noted that if Russian troops crossed the border, the United States could offer offensive weaponry and training.

    “With the right equipment and tactics, Ukraine could drastically reduce the chances of an invasion,” they said.

    Retired Navy four-star admiral James Stavridi noted that if Putin invades Ukraine, NATO military assistance – intelligence, cyber, anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons, offensive sea-based missiles – will increase significantly.

    Russian invasion

    Now Russia has deployed about 100,000 troops near the borders of Ukraine, and the other day “unexpectedly” began new military exercises. The media even published a map of the locations of Russian troops.

    Earlier it was reported that the most likely period for an invasion of Ukraine is the second half of January. Allegedly, by this moment the transfer of troops will end, plus negotiations between the Russian Federation and the United States, NATO and the OSCE will take place. But, as it became known to The New York Times, a possible attack is postponed due to … the weather.

    Meanwhile, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Pavel Ryabkov said that Putin was already discussing military options for Ukraine. And all because of the fact that Moscow did not achieve its goal in negotiations with the US and NATO on the non-expansion of the Alliance.


    Source From: Segodnya

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