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Biden threatens to impose new sanctions, Putin warns of consequences

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Wilmington (USA). US President Joe Biden warned his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Thursday that the US could impose new sanctions against Ukraine if Russia takes more military action, to which Putin said that any such move by the US both It can completely destroy the relations between the countries.

The two leaders spoke openly for about an hour on the increasing interference of the Russian army near Ukraine.

Putin’s foreign affairs adviser Yuri Shakov said imposing additional US sanctions “would be a huge mistake with dire consequences”.

Shakov told reporters in Moscow about the phone conversation between Biden and Putin. He said Putin told Biden that Russia would act like the US if offensive weapons were deployed near US borders.

At the same time, White House officials did not give any open information on the phone conversation. He said the leaders agreed that there are many areas where both sides can make meaningful progress, but there are also differences that may be impossible to resolve.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Biden “urged Russia to de-escalate tensions with Ukraine and made it clear that the United States, its allies and allies would respond decisively if Russia invaded Ukraine.” Will give

The talks are taking place ahead of talks between senior US and Russian officials in Geneva on January 9 and 10, where the two leaders also spoke over a video call on December 7. The Geneva talks will be followed by a Russia-NATO Council meeting on January 12 and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Vienna on January 13.

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