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Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin to hold talks amid Ukraine tensions, issues settled

Biden-Putin Talks Amid Ukraine Tension: Tension remains between the US and Russia over the deployment of Russian troops on the Ukrainian border. However, in the meantime, on Tuesday, US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin are going to hold talks through video conferencing. This information has been given by the Kremlin and Washington. Let us tell you that the center of the Russian government is the Kremlin and the center of the US government is Washington.

Russia confirms that talks have been finalized

According to Russian news agencies, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Saturday that the talks would take place in the evening according to Russian time and the duration would be determined by the two leaders. He said Russia was firm that the US would guarantee that Ukraine would not be included in the NATO military alliance.

White House statement

A White House statement also confirmed the talks and said the leaders would discuss a range of issues over a secure video link. “President Biden will underline US concerns about Russian military activities along the border with Ukraine,” Press Secretary Jen Psaki said.

Jen Psaki said that President Biden, during the talks, would “reaffirm the United States’ support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine.” Biden and Putin’s talks are being considered very important in the event of increased tension between the two countries regarding Ukraine.

What do US officials say?

US intelligence agencies have discovered that Russia has deployed some 70,000 troops along the border with Ukraine and plans a possible attack early next year, according to a Baden administration official.

US officials and former US diplomats say that while the Russian president is preparing for a possible attack, Ukraine’s military is more armed and prepared than before and sanctions by Western countries will seriously damage Russia’s economy. .

What does Ukraine say?

Ukrainian officials say Russia may launch an attack next month. Ukraine’s Defense Minister Oleksey Reznikov said the estimated number of Russian troops near Ukraine and Crimea was 94,300 and warned that war could erupt in January.

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