Canada crisis in Ukraine: Washington ensures that the northern gas pipeline will be dead if Moscow invades its neighbor
Ukrainian crisis: Moscow wants Western responses, Blinken expected at Kiev
© Ministry of Defense Republic of Belarus / AFP M Oscou claimed Western responses to its demands before new talks on the Ukrainian crisis, on the day before A visit to the Head of American Diplomacy in Ukraine , in the fear of a Russian invasion. The Russia has deployed tens of thousands of troops on the Ukrainian borders, and says a de-escalation goes through guarantees for its security, especially the commitment to never expand NATO.
Berlin also asserted that the future of this controversial pipeline, now completed, would be well on the table in case of attack. Russian in Ukraine.
The United States said Thursday, January 27th to be persuaded thatconnecting Russia to Germany will not be activated if Moscow invades Ukraine. "We continue our very strong and clear conversations with our German allies and I want to be clear with you today: if Russia invades Ukraine, in one way or another, North Stream 2 will not go from The front, "said the number 3 of the American diplomacy, Victoria Zenand, in front of the press.
Trudeau promises to support Ukraine as Canadian warship departs for Black Sea
HALIFAX — A Canadian warship departed for Europe and the Black Sea near Russia on Wednesday, as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau admitted to fears of a Russian invasion in Ukraine. Trudeau went on to accuse Russia of trying to start a fight with Ukraine and promised Canada’s support to the Ukrainian people, who are on edge as 100,000 Russian troops sit on their country’s eastern border. Yet the prime minister stopped short when asked for details, including whether the government will extend a 200-soldier Canadian training mission in Ukraine whose mandate is set to expire at the end of March.
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"I think the statements made in Berlin, including today, are very, very strong," reacted Victoria zereand. It also noted that the gas pipeline did not yet have the necessary certifications to become operational.
crisis around Ukraine: The turnaround of Alexander Lukashenko .
Belarus has long supported Ukraine, but now it is firmly allied with Russia. This increases the worries in Kiev and Washington. © Shamil Zhumatov / AFP Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Belarusian head of state Alexander Lukashenko at a joint press conference in the Kremlin in the fall 2021. The turnaround of Alexander Lukashenko The warnings to the east are hardly countable, but this time Washington did not mean Moscow this time . It's Minsk.