Phone Call Between Biden & Putin Regarding Ukraine
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2021-2022 Russo-Ukrainian Crisis, Part of the Russo-Ukrainian War
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President Joe Biden warned Russian President Vladimir Putin to back down on Saturday, February 12, 2022, during an hour phone conversation, as concerns grow that Russia could invade Ukraine at any moment; Michael George reports for CBS2, in the video published on Feb 12, 2022, “President Biden Warns President Putin To Back Down Amid Concerns Of Russian Invasion In Ukraine“, below:
It was a high stakes phone call between the two presidents. Biden warned the Russian president the consequences if he invades Ukraine, in the video published on Feb 12, 2022, “President Biden warns Vladimir Putin of Ukraine in invasion consequences“, below:
Americans are warned to leave Ukraine this weekend. U.S. Secretary of State, Secretary Blinken:”This is a pivotal moment.” in Ukraine standoff. U.S. State Department ordered non-emergency embassy staff to leave Ukraine. The U.S. government will not be able to evacuate U.S. citizens in the event of Russian military action.
President Joe Biden warned Russian President Vladimir Putin that the US and its allies will respond “decisively and impose swift and severe consequences” on Russia should Putin decide to invade Ukraine. In a roughly hour-long phone call, the White House said Biden made clear to Putin what he would be risking with an invasion, in the video published on Feb 12, 2022, “Biden warns Putin against Ukraine invasion during phone call“, below:
U.S. officials say a full-scale attack could be coming soon, in the video published on Feb 12, 2022, “Biden warns Russian invasion of Ukraine will bring ‘swift and severe costs’“, below:
Germany, Canada, and even Russia are all pulling their diplomats out of Ukraine, as are many other countries. The Pentagon has ordered about 160 Florida National Guard troops to leave Ukraine as three thousands U.S. forces are arriving in Eastern Europe to bolster NATO’s eastern flank. Satellite images show that about 130,000 Russian troops are at three sides of Ukrainian border. More than 30 Russian naval warships are taking part in the live fire naval drills in the Black Sea.
Mayor of Kyiv (capital of Ukraine) announced a plan for evacuation of city’s three million people, neighborhood by neighborhood, tonight. But Ukrainian president feels differently, trying to maintain calm and saying, “All this information that helps only for panic, it doesn’t help us.” People in Kyiv are marching in support of their country as they continue to live as normally as possible. Ukrainian people are not panicked, saying that they have lived with Russian threats for years and they can only hope for the best.
President Joe Biden warned Russian President Vladimir Putin that the consequences of a full-scale invasion of Ukraine would be “swift and severe,” according to a White House description of the conversation, in the video published on Feb 12, 2022, “Biden to Putin: Consequences Of Invasion Into Ukraine Would Be ‘Swift And Severe’“, below:
The White House says President Joe Biden told Russia’s Vladimir Putin that invading Ukraine would cause “widespread human suffering” and that the West was committed to diplomacy to end the crisis but “equally prepared for other scenarios.” in the video published on Feb 12, 2022, “Biden warns Putin of ‘severe costs’ of Ukraine invasion“, below:
Let’s hope that diplomacy will win. Let’s hope that Putin will choose not to risk his current status in the world, for a war over Ukraine will involve much of the world and that Russia will not be able to withstand the consequences not only from sanctions from rest of the world but also from Mother Nature’s hand in climate change.
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