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'We hate Moscow!' Anti-Kremlin protests in Siberia (Khabarovsk) Great News for EU/NATO and the Western civilization! We ´d support all separatist moments in Moscow´s empire , it will stop once and for all Moscow Chinggisid aggression against us. do you agree?


"These are protests against Moscow and against the heavy pressure that the Kremlin traditionally exerts on local politicians. Local elites fear for their livelihoods and in this case, they're showing solidarity with common people, who feel betrayed."


Moreover, the analyst believes that Khabarovsk is simply too far away from Moscow. More than 9,000 kilometers (5,600 miles) separate the two cities. "Almost no one from the region has been to Moscow. For many, Moscow is both geographically and mentally further away than neighbors like China, South Korea or Japan. They see that their direct neighbors are in a better economic situation, and so they orient themselves more towards them than Moscow," Graschenkov says.



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To manage the process of dissolution and lessen the likelihood of conflict that spills over state borders, the West needs to establish links with Russia’s diverse regions and promote their peaceful transition toward statehood.

NATO should prepare contingencies for both the dangers and the opportunities that Russia’s fragmentation
will present. In particular, Moscow’s European neighbors must be provided with sufficient security to shield themselves from the most destabilizing scenarios while preparations are made for engaging with emerging post-Russia entities.

Some regions could join countries such as Finland, Ukraine, China and Japan, from whom Moscow has forcefully appropriated territories in the past. Other republics in the North Caucasus, Middle Volga, Siberia and the far east could become fully independent states and forge relations with China, Japan, the U.S. and Europe.

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There will be no war between Russia and the West, likewise there will be no dissolution of Russia. Both of it in any foreseeable future. That is just ridiculous.
 
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There will be no war between Russia and the West, likewise there will be no dissolution of Russia. Both of it in any foreseeable future. That is just ridiculous.
the war is already here, now its matter of time... question is what to do with Moscow empire than...
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Canada and the West are at war with Moscow whether they want it or not: military experts
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'We hate Moscow!' Anti-Kremlin protests in Siberia (Khabarovsk) Great News for EU/NATO and the Western civilization! We ´d support all separatist moments in Moscow´s empire , it will stop once and for all Moscow Chinggisid aggression against us. do you agree?


"These are protests against Moscow and against the heavy pressure that the Kremlin traditionally exerts on local politicians. Local elites fear for their livelihoods and in this case, they're showing solidarity with common people, who feel betrayed."


Moreover, the analyst believes that Khabarovsk is simply too far away from Moscow. More than 9,000 kilometers (5,600 miles) separate the two cities. "Almost no one from the region has been to Moscow. For many, Moscow is both geographically and mentally further away than neighbors like China, South Korea or Japan. They see that their direct neighbors are in a better economic situation, and so they orient themselves more towards them than Moscow," Graschenkov says.



"

To manage the process of dissolution and lessen the likelihood of conflict that spills over state borders, the West needs to establish links with Russia’s diverse regions and promote their peaceful transition toward statehood.

NATO should prepare contingencies for both the dangers and the opportunities that Russia’s fragmentation will present. In particular, Moscow’s European neighbors must be provided with sufficient security to shield themselves from the most destabilizing scenarios while preparations are made for engaging with emerging post-Russia entities.

Some regions could join countries such as Finland, Ukraine, China and Japan, from whom Moscow has forcefully appropriated territories in the past. Other republics in the North Caucasus, Middle Volga, Siberia and the far east could become fully independent states and forge relations with China, Japan, the U.S. and Europe.

"
The situation is strictly an internal issue between the Russian government and one of its regions. It's not like there's a genocide going on, only a cultural difference. The west should stay out of it.
 
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'We hate Moscow!' Anti-Kremlin protests in Siberia (Khabarovsk) Great News for EU/NATO and the Western civilization! We ´d support all separatist moments in Moscow´s empire , it will stop once and for all Moscow Chinggisid aggression against us. do you agree?


"These are protests against Moscow and against the heavy pressure that the Kremlin traditionally exerts on local politicians. Local elites fear for their livelihoods and in this case, they're showing solidarity with common people, who feel betrayed."


Moreover, the analyst believes that Khabarovsk is simply too far away from Moscow. More than 9,000 kilometers (5,600 miles) separate the two cities. "Almost no one from the region has been to Moscow. For many, Moscow is both geographically and mentally further away than neighbors like China, South Korea or Japan. They see that their direct neighbors are in a better economic situation, and so they orient themselves more towards them than Moscow," Graschenkov says.



"

To manage the process of dissolution and lessen the likelihood of conflict that spills over state borders, the West needs to establish links with Russia’s diverse regions and promote their peaceful transition toward statehood.

NATO should prepare contingencies for both the dangers and the opportunities that Russia’s fragmentation will present. In particular, Moscow’s European neighbors must be provided with sufficient security to shield themselves from the most destabilizing scenarios while preparations are made for engaging with emerging post-Russia entities.

Some regions could join countries such as Finland, Ukraine, China and Japan, from whom Moscow has forcefully appropriated territories in the past. Other republics in the North Caucasus, Middle Volga, Siberia and the far east could become fully independent states and forge relations with China, Japan, the U.S. and Europe.

"
The situation is strictly an internal issue between the Russian government and one of its regions. It's not like there's a genocide going on, only a cultural difference. The west should stay out of it.



Biden says Russia is biggest threat to US, ....
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26 Oct 2020 — During an interview broadcast Sunday on CBS News' “60 Minutes” program, Biden said he thought the biggest threat to the United States right ...
 
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'We hate Moscow!' Anti-Kremlin protests in Siberia (Khabarovsk) Great News for EU/NATO and the Western civilization! We ´d support all separatist moments in Moscow´s empire , it will stop once and for all Moscow Chinggisid aggression against us. do you agree?


"These are protests against Moscow and against the heavy pressure that the Kremlin traditionally exerts on local politicians. Local elites fear for their livelihoods and in this case, they're showing solidarity with common people, who feel betrayed."


Moreover, the analyst believes that Khabarovsk is simply too far away from Moscow. More than 9,000 kilometers (5,600 miles) separate the two cities. "Almost no one from the region has been to Moscow. For many, Moscow is both geographically and mentally further away than neighbors like China, South Korea or Japan. They see that their direct neighbors are in a better economic situation, and so they orient themselves more towards them than Moscow," Graschenkov says.



"

To manage the process of dissolution and lessen the likelihood of conflict that spills over state borders, the West needs to establish links with Russia’s diverse regions and promote their peaceful transition toward statehood.

NATO should prepare contingencies for both the dangers and the opportunities that Russia’s fragmentation will present. In particular, Moscow’s European neighbors must be provided with sufficient security to shield themselves from the most destabilizing scenarios while preparations are made for engaging with emerging post-Russia entities.

Some regions could join countries such as Finland, Ukraine, China and Japan, from whom Moscow has forcefully appropriated territories in the past. Other republics in the North Caucasus, Middle Volga, Siberia and the far east could become fully independent states and forge relations with China, Japan, the U.S. and Europe.

"
The situation is strictly an internal issue between the Russian government and one of its regions. It's not like there's a genocide going on, only a cultural difference. The west should stay out of it.


Biden says Russia is biggest threat to US, ....
https://www.laprensalatina.com › Politics



26 Oct 2020 — During an interview broadcast Sunday on CBS News' “60 Minutes” program, Biden said he thought the biggest threat to the United States right ...
I still stand by my opinion, as it is strictly a Russian internal issue.
 
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'We hate Moscow!' Anti-Kremlin protests in Siberia (Khabarovsk) Great News for EU/NATO and the Western civilization! We ´d support all separatist moments in Moscow´s empire , it will stop once and for all Moscow Chinggisid aggression against us. do you agree?


"These are protests against Moscow and against the heavy pressure that the Kremlin traditionally exerts on local politicians. Local elites fear for their livelihoods and in this case, they're showing solidarity with common people, who feel betrayed."


Moreover, the analyst believes that Khabarovsk is simply too far away from Moscow. More than 9,000 kilometers (5,600 miles) separate the two cities. "Almost no one from the region has been to Moscow. For many, Moscow is both geographically and mentally further away than neighbors like China, South Korea or Japan. They see that their direct neighbors are in a better economic situation, and so they orient themselves more towards them than Moscow," Graschenkov says.



"

To manage the process of dissolution and lessen the likelihood of conflict that spills over state borders, the West needs to establish links with Russia’s diverse regions and promote their peaceful transition toward statehood.

NATO should prepare contingencies for both the dangers and the opportunities that Russia’s fragmentation will present. In particular, Moscow’s European neighbors must be provided with sufficient security to shield themselves from the most destabilizing scenarios while preparations are made for engaging with emerging post-Russia entities.

Some regions could join countries such as Finland, Ukraine, China and Japan, from whom Moscow has forcefully appropriated territories in the past. Other republics in the North Caucasus, Middle Volga, Siberia and the far east could become fully independent states and forge relations with China, Japan, the U.S. and Europe.

"
The situation is strictly an internal issue between the Russian government and one of its regions. It's not like there's a genocide going on, only a cultural difference. The west should stay out of it.


Biden says Russia is biggest threat to US, ....
https://www.laprensalatina.com › Politics



26 Oct 2020 — During an interview broadcast Sunday on CBS News' “60 Minutes” program, Biden said he thought the biggest threat to the United States right ...
I still stand by my opinion, as it is strictly a Russian internal issue.
"
Canada and the West are at war with Moscow whether they want it or not: military experts
"
we at war with Muscovites like you it or not....



Canada and the West are at war with "russian" (Muscovite) empire whether they want it or not: military experts.
Canada and the West are at war with "russian" (Muscovite) empire whether they want it or not: military experts. Great article, i say sanctions more more, Oil - Gas- SWIFT etc. Iranian sanctions on ozero today , we must finish off Moscow´s horde (empire), not provoke it with so - called...
 

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There will be no war between Russia and the West, likewise there will be no dissolution of Russia. Both of it in any foreseeable future. That is just ridiculous.
If Russia's military buildup on Ukraine's eastern border becomes an invasion beyond the "separatists" excuse, will the West not intervene?
Many Russians will die (in addition to Ukrainians) when more lethal weapons are provided to the Ukrainian army.
Russians should be concerned, if not Putin ass kissers.
 

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There will be no war between Russia and the West, likewise there will be no dissolution of Russia. Both of it in any foreseeable future. That is just ridiculous.
If Russia's military buildup on Ukraine's eastern border becomes an invasion beyond the "separatists" excuse, will the West not intervene?
Many Russians will die (in addition to Ukrainians) when more lethal weapons are provided to the Ukrainian army.
Russians should be concerned, if not Putin ass kissers.
If you mean military intervention, then no. If that is about supplying the arms and economic pressure, then yes.
 

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'We hate Moscow!' Anti-Kremlin protests in Siberia (Khabarovsk) Great News for EU/NATO and the Western civilization! We ´d support all separatist moments in Moscow´s empire , it will stop once and for all Moscow Chinggisid aggression against us. do you agree?


"These are protests against Moscow and against the heavy pressure that the Kremlin traditionally exerts on local politicians. Local elites fear for their livelihoods and in this case, they're showing solidarity with common people, who feel betrayed."


Moreover, the analyst believes that Khabarovsk is simply too far away from Moscow. More than 9,000 kilometers (5,600 miles) separate the two cities. "Almost no one from the region has been to Moscow. For many, Moscow is both geographically and mentally further away than neighbors like China, South Korea or Japan. They see that their direct neighbors are in a better economic situation, and so they orient themselves more towards them than Moscow," Graschenkov says.



"

To manage the process of dissolution and lessen the likelihood of conflict that spills over state borders, the West needs to establish links with Russia’s diverse regions and promote their peaceful transition toward statehood.

NATO should prepare contingencies for both the dangers and the opportunities that Russia’s fragmentation will present. In particular, Moscow’s European neighbors must be provided with sufficient security to shield themselves from the most destabilizing scenarios while preparations are made for engaging with emerging post-Russia entities.

Some regions could join countries such as Finland, Ukraine, China and Japan, from whom Moscow has forcefully appropriated territories in the past. Other republics in the North Caucasus, Middle Volga, Siberia and the far east could become fully independent states and forge relations with China, Japan, the U.S. and Europe.

"
The situation is strictly an internal issue between the Russian government and one of its regions. It's not like there's a genocide going on, only a cultural difference. The west should stay out of it.


Biden says Russia is biggest threat to US, ....
https://www.laprensalatina.com › Politics



26 Oct 2020 — During an interview broadcast Sunday on CBS News' “60 Minutes” program, Biden said he thought the biggest threat to the United States right ...
I still stand by my opinion, as it is strictly a Russian internal issue.
"
Canada and the West are at war with Moscow whether they want it or not: military experts
"
we at war with Muscovites like you it or not....



Canada and the West are at war with "russian" (Muscovite) empire whether they want it or not: military experts.
Canada and the West are at war with "russian" (Muscovite) empire whether they want it or not: military experts. Great article, i say sanctions more more, Oil - Gas- SWIFT etc. Iranian sanctions on ozero today , we must finish off Moscow´s horde (empire), not provoke it with so - called...
 

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There will be no war between Russia and the West, likewise there will be no dissolution of Russia. Both of it in any foreseeable future. That is just ridiculous.
If Russia's military buildup on Ukraine's eastern border becomes an invasion beyond the "separatists" excuse, will the West not intervene?
Many Russians will die (in addition to Ukrainians) when more lethal weapons are provided to the Ukrainian army.
Russians should be concerned, if not Putin ass kissers.
If you mean military intervention, then no. If that is about supplying the arms and economic pressure, then yes.
The more economic pressure from the West the more Russia produces by itself.
Looser are only western companies.
Say it to European companies who lost Russian market.
They will split your as. in a hundred pieces
 

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China-Joe and NATO will do what their Chinese masters tell them to do.
 
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Navalny was taken from his Moscow prison cell yesterday and has disappeared.
Seeking gratuitous medical attention, probably as cover for access to recreational drugs in prison. I'm not sure what else to say, but drug use in prison generally means death -- if nothing else, for the sake of other prisoners who will eventually be released and have to re-integrate with the general population on the outside, and cope with life and reality clean and sober, get a job, reconnect with family, etc.
Who's this "Doctor" Anastasia Vasilyeva with a Russian maiden name and the long white dress dragging on the ground? People are always in some sort of physical, emotional, spiritual, or mental pain -- pain is a fact of life if you want to get philosophical about it -- and drugs are being dealt to deal with the pain, but inevitably the drugs being dealt cause more pain in the aggregate to society than they relieve.
You are a Putin fascist rube

lol
There will be no war between Russia and the West, likewise there will be no dissolution of Russia. Both of it in any foreseeable future. That is just ridiculous.
If Russia's military buildup on Ukraine's eastern border becomes an invasion beyond the "separatists" excuse, will the West not intervene?
Many Russians will die (in addition to Ukrainians) when more lethal weapons are provided to the Ukrainian army.
Russians should be concerned, if not Putin ass kissers.
If you mean military intervention, then no. If that is about supplying the arms and economic pressure, then yes.
The more economic pressure from the West the more Russia produces by itself.
Looser are only western companies.
Say it to European companies who lost Russian market.
They will split your as. in a hundred pieces
China-Joe and NATO will do what their Chinese masters tell them to do.
On February 8th President Zelensky approved a plan to admit 11,000 NATO foreign troops into Ukraine in 2021 to take part in several multinational military exercises led by the U.S. and other NATO nations, including:

U.S. led exercises Rapid Trident 2021 and Sea Breeze 2021
British Ukrainian Cossack Mace 2021 and Warrior Watcher 2021 exercises
Romanian Ukrainian Riverine 2021 exercise
Polish Ukrainian Three Swords 2021 and Silver Sabre 2021 war games exercises.

In total, in 2021, there are plans to hold eight exercises on the territory of Ukraine with the participation of almost 21,000 Ukrainian military and 11,000 NATO foreign forces.

The previous joint military exercises of Ukraine and NATO in the Black Sea took place in July 2020. In addition to Ukraine and the United States, military from Bulgaria, Georgia, Norway, France, Romania, Spain and Turkey took part in them. The exercises lasted for seven days.



So in an April 1 phone call SecDef Lloyd Austin assured Ukrainian Defense Minister Andrii Taran, of U.S. “reaffirmed unwavering U.S. support for Ukraine’s sovereignty, territorial integrity, and Euro-Atlantic aspirations.”

In other words, Ukraine joining NATO first and the European Union second as has occurred with all thirteen NATO members inducted since 1999 that also joined the EU. Austin also “condemned recent escalations of Russian aggressive and provocative actions in eastern Ukraine.” He also “reiterated the U.S. commitment to building the capacity of Ukraine’s forces to defend more effectively against Russian aggression.”

Austin recalled that the U.S. has provided Ukraine with over $2 billion in military and security assistance since over the past 7 years. Austin n also confirmed a recent $125 million package from the Pentagon to “enhance the lethality, command and control, and situational awareness of Ukraine’s Armed Forces.”

All we'd need now is a sign at the border stating,

"No Trespassing."
"Putin Take Notice."
 
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There will be no war between Russia and the West, likewise there will be no dissolution of Russia. Both of it in any foreseeable future. That is just ridiculous.
If Russia's military buildup on Ukraine's eastern border becomes an invasion beyond the "separatists" excuse, will the West not intervene?
Many Russians will die (in addition to Ukrainians) when more lethal weapons are provided to the Ukrainian army.
Russians should be concerned, if not Putin ass kissers.
If you mean military intervention, then no. If that is about supplying the arms and economic pressure, then yes.
On February 8th President Zelensky approved a plan to admit 11,000 NATO foreign troops into Ukraine in 2021 to take part in several multinational military exercises led by the U.S. and other NATO nations, including:

U.S. led exercises Rapid Trident 2021 and Sea Breeze 2021
British Ukrainian Cossack Mace 2021 and Warrior Watcher 2021 exercises
Romanian Ukrainian Riverine 2021 exercise
Polish Ukrainian Three Swords 2021 and Silver Sabre 2021 war games exercises.

In total, in 2021, there are plans to hold eight exercises on the territory of Ukraine with the participation of almost 21,000 Ukrainian military and 11,000 NATO foreign forces.

The previous joint military exercises of Ukraine and NATO in the Black Sea took place in July 2020. In addition to Ukraine and the United States, military from Bulgaria, Georgia, Norway, France, Romania, Spain and Turkey took part in them. The exercises lasted for seven days.



So in an April 1 phone call SecDef Lloyd Austin assured Ukrainian Defense Minister Andrii Taran, of U.S. “reaffirmed unwavering U.S. support for Ukraine’s sovereignty, territorial integrity, and Euro-Atlantic aspirations.”

In other words, Ukraine joining NATO first and the European Union second as has occurred with all thirteen NATO members inducted since 1999 that also joined the EU. Austin also “condemned recent escalations of Russian aggressive and provocative actions in eastern Ukraine.” He also “reiterated the U.S. commitment to building the capacity of Ukraine’s forces to defend more effectively against Russian aggression.”

Austin recalled that the U.S. has provided Ukraine with over $2 billion in military and security assistance since over the past 7 years. Austin n also confirmed a recent $125 million package from the Pentagon to “enhance the lethality, command and control, and situational awareness of Ukraine’s Armed Forces.”

All we'd need now is a sign at the border stating,

"No Trespassing."
"Putin Take Notice."

 

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There will be no war between Russia and the West, likewise there will be no dissolution of Russia. Both of it in any foreseeable future. That is just ridiculous.
If Russia's military buildup on Ukraine's eastern border becomes an invasion beyond the "separatists" excuse, will the West not intervene?
Many Russians will die (in addition to Ukrainians) when more lethal weapons are provided to the Ukrainian army.
Russians should be concerned, if not Putin ass kissers.
If you mean military intervention, then no. If that is about supplying the arms and economic pressure, then yes.
On February 8th President Zelensky approved a plan to admit 11,000 NATO foreign troops into Ukraine in 2021 to take part in several multinational military exercises led by the U.S. and other NATO nations, including:

U.S. led exercises Rapid Trident 2021 and Sea Breeze 2021
British Ukrainian Cossack Mace 2021 and Warrior Watcher 2021 exercises
Romanian Ukrainian Riverine 2021 exercise
Polish Ukrainian Three Swords 2021 and Silver Sabre 2021 war games exercises.

In total, in 2021, there are plans to hold eight exercises on the territory of Ukraine with the participation of almost 21,000 Ukrainian military and 11,000 NATO foreign forces.

The previous joint military exercises of Ukraine and NATO in the Black Sea took place in July 2020. In addition to Ukraine and the United States, military from Bulgaria, Georgia, Norway, France, Romania, Spain and Turkey took part in them. The exercises lasted for seven days.



So in an April 1 phone call SecDef Lloyd Austin assured Ukrainian Defense Minister Andrii Taran, of U.S. “reaffirmed unwavering U.S. support for Ukraine’s sovereignty, territorial integrity, and Euro-Atlantic aspirations.”

In other words, Ukraine joining NATO first and the European Union second as has occurred with all thirteen NATO members inducted since 1999 that also joined the EU. Austin also “condemned recent escalations of Russian aggressive and provocative actions in eastern Ukraine.” He also “reiterated the U.S. commitment to building the capacity of Ukraine’s forces to defend more effectively against Russian aggression.”

Austin recalled that the U.S. has provided Ukraine with over $2 billion in military and security assistance since over the past 7 years. Austin n also confirmed a recent $125 million package from the Pentagon to “enhance the lethality, command and control, and situational awareness of Ukraine’s Armed Forces.”

All we'd need now is a sign at the border stating,

"No Trespassing."
"Putin Take Notice."

I heard that Biden is planning to send US warships into the Black Sea "soon" if Russian military buildup continues near the Ukrainian border.
 
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There will be no war between Russia and the West, likewise there will be no dissolution of Russia. Both of it in any foreseeable future. That is just ridiculous.
If Russia's military buildup on Ukraine's eastern border becomes an invasion beyond the "separatists" excuse, will the West not intervene?
Many Russians will die (in addition to Ukrainians) when more lethal weapons are provided to the Ukrainian army.
Russians should be concerned, if not Putin ass kissers.
If you mean military intervention, then no. If that is about supplying the arms and economic pressure, then yes.
On February 8th President Zelensky approved a plan to admit 11,000 NATO foreign troops into Ukraine in 2021 to take part in several multinational military exercises led by the U.S. and other NATO nations, including:

U.S. led exercises Rapid Trident 2021 and Sea Breeze 2021
British Ukrainian Cossack Mace 2021 and Warrior Watcher 2021 exercises
Romanian Ukrainian Riverine 2021 exercise
Polish Ukrainian Three Swords 2021 and Silver Sabre 2021 war games exercises.

In total, in 2021, there are plans to hold eight exercises on the territory of Ukraine with the participation of almost 21,000 Ukrainian military and 11,000 NATO foreign forces.

The previous joint military exercises of Ukraine and NATO in the Black Sea took place in July 2020. In addition to Ukraine and the United States, military from Bulgaria, Georgia, Norway, France, Romania, Spain and Turkey took part in them. The exercises lasted for seven days.



So in an April 1 phone call SecDef Lloyd Austin assured Ukrainian Defense Minister Andrii Taran, of U.S. “reaffirmed unwavering U.S. support for Ukraine’s sovereignty, territorial integrity, and Euro-Atlantic aspirations.”

In other words, Ukraine joining NATO first and the European Union second as has occurred with all thirteen NATO members inducted since 1999 that also joined the EU. Austin also “condemned recent escalations of Russian aggressive and provocative actions in eastern Ukraine.” He also “reiterated the U.S. commitment to building the capacity of Ukraine’s forces to defend more effectively against Russian aggression.”

Austin recalled that the U.S. has provided Ukraine with over $2 billion in military and security assistance since over the past 7 years. Austin n also confirmed a recent $125 million package from the Pentagon to “enhance the lethality, command and control, and situational awareness of Ukraine’s Armed Forces.”

All we'd need now is a sign at the border stating,

"No Trespassing."
"Putin Take Notice."

I heard that Biden is planning to send US warships into the Black Sea "soon" if Russian military buildup continues near the Ukrainian border.


The United States is considering sending warships into the Black Sea in the next few weeks in a show of support for Ukraine amid Russia's increased military presence on Ukraine's eastern border, a US defense official says.
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US considering sending warships to Black Sea amid Russia-Ukraine tensions
The United States is considering sending warships into the Black Sea in the next few weeks in a show of support for Ukraine amid Russia's increased military presence on Ukraine's eastern border, a US...
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