- Putin warns Biden that it would be a big mistake if the US imposed sanctions
- Vladimir Putin threatened America in a 50-minute phone conversation on Thursday
- At the same time, Joe Biden has also warned Russia of vigorous retaliation in the Ukraine case.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a conversation with US President Joe Biden, warned that it would be a big mistake if the US imposed any sanctions on Ukraine. Putin also threatened in a 50-minute phone conversation on Thursday that Moscow would break all ties with Washington if the US imposed new sanctions on Ukraine. At the same time, Biden has also warned Russia of vigorous retaliation.
On the issue of Ukraine, both sides have accused each other of provocation. At the same time, Russia has deployed thousands of its soldiers on the border of Ukraine. Both sides are warning each other that there will be dire consequences if the ongoing deadlock over the Ukraine issue is not resolved. Yuri Yushakov, assistant to the Russian president, said the talks between the two leaders focused on the issue of security guarantees that Russia wants from the West.
Biden to Putin to reduce stress the requested
Yuri said that it also means Ukraine not joining NATO. He said that Russia is satisfied with this conversation. He said that if Western countries impose any big sanctions on Russia that it would be a big mistake. He said, ‘We hope it will not happen.’ This is the second time Putin and Biden have held direct talks this month. Russia has deployed thousands of troops, fearing that it may not invade Ukraine.
At the same time, Biden requested Putin to reduce the tension. He made it clear that if Russia invades Ukraine again, America and its allies will give a befitting reply to Putin’s army. Earlier, the White House, the US President’s Office, had indicated that Biden would make it clear to Putin that a diplomatic route would always be open, even if Russia had sent some 100,000 troops to Ukraine and Putin sought security in Eastern Europe. Have put forward your demands for guarantee.
agreed to appoint envoys to continue talks in Europe
A senior US administration official said on condition of anonymity that Biden would reiterate that “real progress” in talks can only be made when it comes to withdrawing troops, not increasing them. The request for this conversation was made by the Russian authorities. The talks come ahead of the January 10 talks between senior US and Russian officials in Geneva. The two leaders spoke over a video call on December 7. During that meeting, the two leaders agreed to appoint envoys to continue talks on security in Europe in the wake of rising tensions along the Ukraine border.