U.S. State Department Addressing Troops At Russia-Ukraine Border
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To address 100,000 Russian troops at the border of Russia-Ukraine border, the U.S. State Department expects de-escalation via further negotiations, in the video streamed on January 10, 2022, “WATCH LIVE: State Department spokesperson Ned Price holds news briefing“, below:
Transparency, confidence building measures, and arms control provisions are all playing a part in advancing the cause of security of Trans-Atlantic Alliance as well as global security. Mr. Price reminds us that NATO has an open door policy: any country that aspires to join NATO and meets all requirement of NATO charter should be able to do so. There would be massive economic consequences if Russia would not stop her aggressive behavior. Trans-Atlantic community is prepared to take strong and decisive measures, even though U.S. preference is in diplomacy, dialogue, and de-escalation. U.S. is prepared for all contingency plans.
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