Weekend Reads Ukraine: Beijing defends "the concerns" of Russia
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.
L E Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, has defended, Thursday, the "reasonable concerns" of the for his safety, during a telephone exchange with his American counterpart Antony Blinken about the . "We call all parties to calm, to refrain from increasing tensions and rising the crisis in pin," said Wang Yi, according to a statement broadcast by his department.
Washington and its European allies accuse Moscow to prepare an invasion of Ukraine, after massaging 100,000 soldiers near the borders of his neighbor. Russia denies any invasion project, but requires NATO undertakes to refuse Ukraine's accession, an application rejected by Westerners. Without name NATO, Wang Yi argued that "regional security can not be guaranteed by strengthening or expanding military blocks".
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.
Global Risks for Safety and Economy
He felt that "the reasonable concerns of Russia in safety must be taken seriously and receive a solution." For its part, "Secretary Blinken highlighted the global risks for the safety and economy that a new Russian aggression against Ukraine and indicated that de-escalation and diplomacy represented the responsible path," said the holder. Word of the State Department, Ned Price, as a result of this phone call between the two leaders of diplomacy.
Video: Ukraine: Facing Russia, the tension still goes up a Cran (BFMTV)
A Ukrainian soldier fell five of his Comrades
The situation is more than energized in Ukraine. A soldier of the Ukrainian National Guard opened fire on his comrades in a factory, making five dead and five wounded, before fleeing with his weapon, said on Thursday, the Ministry of the Interior. "A member of the Ukrainian National Guard fired shots with a Kalashnikov assault rifle on the guards of the factory, then fled with his weapon. As a result, five people were killed and five other wounded, "he said in a statement.
In photos: Russian military buildup near Ukraine’s borders
The photos show Russian military equipment, like tanks and artillery, stationed throughout western portions of the country near Ukraine’s borders this week. Tension has been building between Ukraine and Russia in recent weeks, stoking fears of an armed conflict between the two countries. Russia has positioned about 100,000 troops across Ukraine’s borders, along with tanks and other heavy artillery. Russia has denied it intends to launch an invasion, but western nations are unconvinced. On Wednesday, U.S.
agreements according to the ministry, the incident took place on Wednesday night in Thursday in the Ioujmach factory of Dnipro, in the center. From the country, which manufactures spatial rockets and launchers, but also missiles, vehicles and industrial tools. The shooter, born in 2001, had just received his weapon before his turn. A special operation was launched in the city to find it and the commander of the National Guard, Nikolai Balan, went to the scene, according to the same source.
"The reasons for crime are not yet known," said the department. Fusillays in the former USSS military units are a recurring phenomenon, often due to hazing, which has long been one of the most serious problems in these countries, particularly in Russia, even if the situation has improved in recent years. These bizautous, sometimes very violent, are regularly the cause of suicides or murders.
Ukraine: a diplomatic meeting in Paris in the presence of Russia to try to lower the voltages .
© Copyright 2022, the Obs of the Russian, Ukrainian, French and German negotiators met this Wednesday, January 26 in Paris to attempt Lower Tensions between Moscow and Kiev in the so-called "Normandy" format, on the back of extreme tension at the Russo-Ukrainian border. The talks ended in the early evening.