Ukraine In Flames – The Risk Of War With Russia Over Ukraine
NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — President Joe Biden will hold talks, by phone, today with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, discussing “upcoming diplomatic engagements” with Moscow, even President Biden and President Putin are not expected to participate in the talks in Geneva. The Rich TVX News Network got special attention from the Kremlin. “The issues that are on the agenda are extremely complicated,” the Kremlin spokesperson, Dmitry Peskov said. The two presidents will “discuss a range of topics, including upcoming diplomatic engagements with Russia and the Donbas war.” The Black Sea region is now fraught with the risk of armed conflict as both Russia and NATO have significantly ramped up the scope and pace of military activities there. President Vladimir Putin was “drawing a line around the post-Soviet space and planting a ‘keep NATO out’ sign”. The current crisis remains the main topic of discussion between Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin. The war in Donbas is an armed conflict in the Donbas region of Ukraine, part of the Ukrainian crisis and the broader Russo-Ukrainian War. From the beginning of March 2014, in the aftermath of the 2014 Ukrainian revolution and the Euromaidan movement, protests by Russia-backed anti-government separatist groups took place in the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts of Ukraine, collectively called the Donbas region. Ukraine was part of the Russian Empire and later of the Soviet Union. Yuzovka – The name of the town, pronounced with the accent on the first syllable, sounds Russian enough. In fact, Yuzovka, which was founded in 1869, was named after John Hughes, a Welshman. The city was renamed Stalino in 1924 and then changed in 1961 to Donetsk, the name it still bears. Ukrainian history is emphasizing historical and fraternal ties between the Ukrainian and Russian peoples, but Ukraine’s foreign ministry said Kyiv had an “exclusive sovereign right” to run its own foreign policy, and only it and NATO could determine the relationship between them, including the question of Ukrainian membership.
Vladimir Putin’s Agenda Was A Comprehensive Security Deal
Earlier this month, the two presidents held a virtual summit, since then the central topic of Putin’s agenda was a comprehensive security deal on an end to NATO expansion, which he proposed be struck between Moscow and members of the Western military bloc. Putin’s recollection of his first virtual summit with President Joe Biden is full of bile. And even after that, American and NATO officials dismissed the main demands of the Russian proposal, which came in the form of a draft treaty suggesting that NATO should offer written guarantees that it would not expand farther east toward Russia and halt all military activities in the former Soviet republics. Some political analysts suggested Russia was knowingly presenting unrealistic demands. NATO diplomats said that Russia cannot have a veto on further expansion of the alliance and NATO has the right to decide its own military posture. It would mean NATO/ U.S. abandoning any military activities in Ukraine, Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia. Putin also reacted badly to the atmosphere in Biden’s office, which he describes as “typically American.” According to sources, who were sitting close to President Joe Biden’s office at the time, “the high-frequency virtual summit made it possible to hear his angry voice across the desk,” but Vladimir Putin “didn’t bother to listen.” The war in Donbas traumatized Putin: It drove him to a sleep disorder; it commanded more attention in his daily life than almost any other subject besides the COVID-19 pandemic in Russia, and still Putin claimed that Ukrainians had “forgotten history.” Obviously, Vladimir Putin missed what President Joe Biden regarded as the point of the virtual summit. “We were wrong to give up the Donbas region of Ukraine to Putin. It seemed as if Putin wasn’t himself,” as if he were “a cold, merciless atheist and judge” President Joe Biden had said: “We won’t just leave it as it is.” When Russia annexed Crimea, it set relations with the United States on a confrontation course. The city Sevastopol on the southern coast of Crimea has been the home port of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet for two centuries. Nobody devoted as much attention to Crimea as Russian president Vladimir Putin does now.
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Russia Cannot Have A Veto On Further Expansion Of The Alliance
Data Concerning NATO/ U.S. Black Sea Intelligence Collection Flights
In his own way, Vladimir Putin loved Crimea and the people there, and he believed that “the people in Crimea regarded him favourably,” but with so much military capability in the region, this dynamic and perilous situation requires measures to mitigate the risk of this crisis turning into a direct military confrontation. The Pentagon is working on a plan to provide Ukraine with battlefield intelligence that could help Ukraine more quickly respond to a possible Russian invasion, senior administration officials said. Back to Vladimir Putin again: “Was he more smarter than we were? No. Putin wanted to serve Russia with all his heart and soul. We are absolutely convinced of that. The whole question has to do with the ways and means. How to tie all this together? It’s a hard question. Putin—We wish we could describe the warm side, his concern for Russian people. But Putin has a mania, a Soviet Union military superpower mania, you understand. That’s why he didn’t stop at anything. Vladimir Putin views U.S. and NATO operations in the Black Sea region as serious threats to Russia´s national security and insists that such activities be curtailed. To underscore this point further, the Defense Ministry of Russia regularly provides incident data concerning NATO/ U.S. Black Sea intelligence collection flights to illustrate the much higher frequency with which they have been occurring lately, but the NATO/ U.S. alliance has not made clear its strategic goals in the Black Sea region, especially as regards Ukraine. After Putin finished, President Joe Biden declared, “What sort of leader is it who destroys everyone? We’ve got to have the courage to tell the truth.” After all, “Russia lived and worked under Putin’s leadership for over twenty years. “You can’t deceive history!” To make matters worse, Vladimir Putin was “never sure what President Joe Biden meant.”
We Will Bury You
At 05:00 A.M., Washington time, when the COVID-19 quarantine went into full effect, the U.S. Strategic Air Command moved from Defense Condition 3 to DEFCON 2, one level below that of general war. For the first time in history all American long-range missiles and bombers were now on alert, and scores of planes loaded with atomic bombs were aloft around the clock, refueled by aerial tankers, waiting over Greenland and northern Canada for the signal to proceed toward their assigned Russian targets. It sounds like an apocalyptic nightmare, but it could soon become a reality. Another apparent provocation harked back to a famous phrase one former leader of the Soviet Union had uttered, in the heat of anger, and at a Embassy reception the former leader of the Soviet Union had directed his wrath at Western diplomats: “Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will bury you.” The context, a reference to the Soviet idea of peaceful coexistence, but many in the United States took the remark literally. The past leads us to the present and influences the future. Further geopolitical messaging by NATO/ U.S. forces through deployments and exercises will likely remain, but how it will convince Vladimir Putin to ratchet down his own military operational messaging is unclear, and doing nothing might lead to large-scale hostilities with truly horrific consequences. “Russia is not a member of NATO and doesn’t decide on matters related to NATO,” Polish Foreign Ministry spokesperson Jasina said. For President Joe Biden, Vladimir Putin represents an equally vexing challenge. In the court of history, Joseph „Joe“ Robinette Biden would be judged by how well he dealt with the leader of Russia. Biden hopes to go down in history for stopping Russia to invade Ukraine.