World Washington accuses Moscow to prepare an operation "pretext" to invade Ukraine
The West has a few bargaining chips to stop Russia from invading Ukraine
About 100,000 Russian troops have been spotted at the Ukrainian border.Although US and NATO leadership have both expressed a strong desire for a diplomatic path forward, more aggressive options to support Ukrainian sovereignty against Russian aggression, including major trade restrictions, are reportedly on the table.
The tension continues to cease ascend. The talks that took place this week did not lend a relaxation between the United States and Russia on the ukraine ultrasensible file. On the contrary, since now the United States accuses Russia for having positioned secret agents in Ukrainian territory to carry out sabotage acts.
These are very serious and very precise accusations that are formulated by Washington, explains Daniel Vallot , the International RFI Service.
According to the spokesman for the White House, Russia plans to create "of all parts" a pretext for an invasion of Ukraine, in case of failure of the diplomatic solution.
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To do this, details Jen Psaki, "agents trained in urban guerrillas and the use of explosives" were "prepositioned" to conduct operations in Ukraine.
Video: Vladimir Putin promises a "military and technical" response adequate in case of Western threats (Le Figaro)
"free" charges, and devoid of any foundation,
immediately retortedBut as in supporting the plausibility of this scenario, Ukraine said this Friday
have undergone a large-scale cyberattakerThe tension between the Russian Federation and the Western countries is therefore absolutely not fallivated, despite the
Great Cyber Attack in Ukraine, Looks Turning to Russia
Antony Blinken in Germany to evoke possible sanctions against Moscow .
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