Brussels: Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday he was ready to continue working with the West on security issues to ease tensions in Ukraine. After talks with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Moscow, Putin told a news conference, “We are ready to work together further. We are ready to go down the path of dialogue.” “
Putin said that “of course” Russia does not want war. But it “cannot turn a blind eye” to how Washington and NATO “independently interpret” the principle of indivisibility of security – that no country should strengthen its security at the expense of the others. Scholz had visited Ukraine the day before.
Russia removed some of its soldiers
Earlier on Tuesday, the Kremlin confirmed the withdrawal of some forces from Ukraine’s borders, but said the move was planned and insisted that Russia would continue to move troops across the country as it deems fit. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, “We have always said that after military exercises are over… the troops will return to their permanent bases. There is nothing new in this. It is a normal process.”
Let us tell you that after Moscow has deployed more than 1 lakh army on the border of Ukraine, there is a danger of war. However, Russia had been saying from the beginning that it did not intend to attack.
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