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Putin associates Ukraine war zone to genocide

Russian President Vladimir Putin intensifies his speech on the situation in Ukraine. He said fighting in the east of the nation looked like a genocide. Russian-backed rebels are fighting Ukrainian forces. Tensions are rising as Russia mobilizes troops at the border.

At that point, Joe Biden spoke to Mr. Putin on the phone to his Ukrainian counterpart. There are allegations that Russia plans to take over Ukraine, which Russia refuses to accept. Tuesday’s video call between Biden and Putin was an attempt to reduce tensions.

Washington and its supporters have informed the Kremlin of severe sanctions if it attacks its neighbor again. Russia also criticized Ukraine’s push and fought for assurances against Nato’s rise in the east and the proliferation of weapons near Russia. Ukrainian councils have speculated that Moscow may be targeting a military strike by the end of January.

However, U.S. officials say it is unclear whether President Putin has decided. According to Russian president’s statements on Thursday, the problem of discrimination against Russian clergy is beyond Russia’s borders. Also, many of them live in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine.

He also noted that Russophobia was the first act of genocide. Jen Psaki, a White House press secretary, disputed the allegations. He said Russia was known for expanding its false knowledge and its rhetoric. Mr Biden also said that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was on the phone for an hour and a half with Mr Putin.


The two officials spoke about the security situation surrounding Ukraine. They also talk about opportunities to create a peaceful solution. Mr. Biden also quoted Nato unit commanders near Russia’s borders. They believe that more than 90,000 Russian troops are close to the Ukrainian border.

However, this action has already put an end to disruptive relations between the US and Russia. A large part of the construction of the new Russian army is in the Crimea. It is the shores of the Black Sea; Russia invaded Ukraine and reunited in 2014. More than 14,000 people lost their lives during the seven years of war.

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