A Kremlin adviser has warned of a new conflict.
The Kremlin does not rule out an attack on Ukraine / Photo REUTERS
That’s what the Kremlin said Russian Federation will attack Ukrainewhen it joins NATO.
This was said by the Kremlin adviser, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Council of Russia Fyodor Lukyanov, the newspaper reported. Telegraph.
The article notes that this is an understandable explanation of why the Russian Federation is increasing its military presence on the borders with Ukraine.
At the same time, the Kremlin adviser warned of a “new conflict” that would arise if NATO expanded to the east.
“Russia will have to change the system and draw new red lines,” said Lukyanov.
The situation on the border of the Russian Federation and Ukraine
On November 11, Bloomberg published an article on the risks of a large-scale Russian attack on Ukraine. The agency noted that there was serious concern among American and European diplomats about the current movement of Russian troops towards the Ukrainian border.
Moscow itself denies this and describes the relocation of troops in the autumn as a “show of force”.
In early November, information began to appear in the Western media about the active movement of the Russian military to the border with Ukraine, with reference to satellite imagery.
At the same time, the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine denied this information.
This is the second likely wave of aggravation on the Russian-Ukrainian border since March 2021. However, as Bloomberg writes, the concentration of Russian troops has so far mainly taken place at night, while the Kremlin openly threatened an offensive and political pressure on Ukraine in the spring EU and the US exercised.
Russian Foreign Minister Dmitri Kuleba said there was a risk of a large scale Russian military invasion of Ukraine, but Kiev was doing the necessary work to prevent such a scenario from happening.
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