Biden sharply responded to the demands of Russia: I do not accept anyone’s “red lines”

The expansion of military force took place against the backdrop of Russian demands for guarantees of Ukraine’s non-entry into NATO.Biden confirmed that he will soon have a conversation with Putin / photo REUTERSBiden confirmed that he will soon have a conversation with Putin / photo REUTERS

US President Joe Biden said he would not accept Moscow’s “red lines”, as fears are growing that the smoldering conflict unleashed by the Russian Federation in the Donbas could escalate into a full-scale war.

He said this after a statement made on Friday about the preparation of a “set of initiatives” to curb Russia’s aggression, quoted by Reuters .

“We have known about Russia’s actions for a long time, and I expect that we will have a long discussion with Putin. I do not accept anyone’s red lines,” the American head replied.

An American official told the agency on condition of anonymity that since the beginning of Biden’s presidency, the current US government and its allies have demonstrated that they are ready to use a number of tools to counter Russia’s harmful effects: “We will not hesitate to use these and other tools in the future.”

White House spokeswoman Jane Psaki confirmed in a briefing that assistance in ensuring Ukraine’s security is being considered.

What preceded

On November 30, Russian President Vladimir Putin, commenting on information about Russia’s preparations for a full-scale attack on Ukraine, said that the “red line” for Russia would be the creation of threats to its security.

Putin referred to NATO and Ukraine military exercises in the Black Sea, allegedly worrying that the bombers might carry nuclear weapons.

“You asked about Ukraine, where are these red lines? They are primarily in creating threats to us that may come from this territory,” Putin replied.

Even during the April aggravation on the Russian-Ukrainian border, the Speaker of the Head of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov clarified what these “red lines” are: “These are the interests of our external and internal security. This is the prevention of an offensive conversation with our country, the prevention of infringement of economic interests in relation to our country. “.

During a briefing on December 3, Joe Biden confirmed that he would have a conversation with Putin in the near future  . It is known that the US President will also communicate with the Ukrainian head Volodymyr Zelensky.

As new US intelligence shows, Russia is planning a full-scale offensive from several fronts into Ukraine in 2022 with the participation of about 175,000 military and heavy equipment.

The expansion of military force took place against the backdrop of Russian demands for guarantees of Ukraine’s non-entry into NATO.

(C)UNIAN 2021


  1. Putinazi propaganda is so effective in America that O’Bidenov, like Trump and Obama before him, is afraid that pubic opinion would not support the one thing that would stop putlerstan : US troops on the ground. Putler’s unofficial spokesman: Tucker Carlson, has already set out his stall; in his words “why shouldn’t we be supporting Russia against Ukraine?” This arsehole’s opinion carries a lot of weight.
    Kuleba should be tirelessly working to get the Budapest signatories to provide air support. Boris should now give the order to deploy UK special forces to Ukraine, together with ground troops. How about if we help out with defending the Odessa region, for starters?

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  2. I believe that this is just another saber-rattling by the rodent, but a massive shipment of Javelins and other effective military gear will help greatly to water down any hopes for a quick mafia victory in Ukraine. The costs would already be quite high if mafia land would attack Ukraine at this time. I’m sure that the Ukrainian general staff haven’t been sitting around with their thumbs up their asses in face of this newest threat.
    As for Biden, he has proven to be a very feeble president. His words in this article ring hollow … echoing around uselessly in the halls of memory over the Afghanistan debacle. This gave mafia land and bat virus land renewed hopes to have things their way.

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    • Yeah, like Germany. Some idiot in the new goverment said, if Russia invade Ukraine, “we will deliver very strong public statements.” Now that will get Putler shaking, with laughter.

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      • “…if Russia invade Ukraine, “we will deliver very strong public statements.”
        It is this sort of utter weakness that only encourages more violence from mafia land and other trash countries. It’s mind-boggling to know that these so-called politicians cannot see this glaring reality.

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