World Conflict Around Ukraine: EU heads of government and biders call Russia for de-escalation to

09:10  25 january  2022
09:10  25 january  2022 Source:   tagesspiegel.de

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the US and their European partners insure Ukraine "unrestricted support". A Russian invasion would have serious consequences.

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The US heads of state and government and its European allies have prompted Russia to be prompted to visible steps of deescalation in Ukraine conflict . In a videoconferencing on Monday evening, where Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) took place, all overcomed in it, "that another Russian aggression against Ukraine will have very serious consequences," said German government spokesman Steffen Hebesit subsequently. The Ukraine would have assured the participants "their unrestricted support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine ".

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At the Schniezstafer, in addition to US President Joe Biden and Scholz, took the French President Emmanuel Macron, the Italian President Mario Draghi, the Polish President Andrzej Duda, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, EU Commission Chefs Ursula von der Leyen and EU Council President Charles Michel.

Video: Scholz emphasized Meaning of diplomacy against Russia (Reuters)

All participants have been in agreement that questions of security and stability in Europe would have to be solved in the way of negotiations. They would have reaffirmed their willingness to continue their diplomatic efforts, including direct discussions between Russia and Ukraine, including Germany and France in the so-called Normandy format.

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Scholz had said before the video clause, The conversation is "a good sign of close cooperation" of allies in the conflict. "The location is serious, but not only today, but for many, many days, weeks and months already." That's why it's important to act closed. This is important to throw that boundaries in Europe should not be violated. "We will not accept that (...) That would have high costs," said Scholz. (dpa)

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