Joe Biden has warned Ukrainian President Vlodomyr Zelensky that an invasion by Russian forces in February is a “distinct possibility” despite ongoing diplomatic talks.
Meanwhile, Vladimir Putin continues to “study” the U.S. response to Russia’s security demands – chiefly the expansion of NATO forces in Eastern Europe and the possibility of membership for Ukraine.
- Russian President Vladimir Putin continues to “study” the U.S. response to his security demands but Kremlin officials claim it is not a “positive reaction” to its main concerns
- President Joe Biden and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke over the phone yesterday for a “check-in”
- ‘Very concerned’ Americans struggle to leave Ukraine as Russian forces continue to mass at the border
- U.S. pledges to declassify recon photos and call out Russian manipulation in Ukraine as a “strategic decision to call out disinformation when we see it”
- Russia continues to debate supplying weapons to militants in Ukrainian Donbas “to deter Kyiv’s clearly planned military aggression”
- The State Department says Americans should “strongly consider leaving” Ukraine in updated travel advisory