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Why Ukraine’s Turkish-made drone became a flash point in tensions with Russia
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KYIV — In the drone’s-eye video released by Ukraine’s military, a small, blue targeting square hovers over an image on the ground.
After several seconds, a large plume of smoke bursts up from the spot. Two people are then seen running away from the site, where Ukraine claims it destroyed a D-30 howitzer used by Russian-backed separatists in the eastern Donbas region.
But the strike on Oct. 26 — from a Bayraktar TB2 drone made by NATO-member Turkey — represented more than another clash in nearly eight years of fighting in eastern Ukraine.
For Russia, it was another signal that Ukraine is boosting its arsenal to potentially change the military balance in the region — and why Moscow is demanding NATO end all defense cooperation with Ukraine and other former Soviet republics such as Georgia. The United States and its NATO allies say that Russia can never dictate its policies.
The impasse was clear during high-stakes diplomatic talks in Europe this week between the West and Russia, leaving Russian officials to suggest that future dialogue is pointless. Russia has threatened that it will take “military technical” measures if its requests are rejected.
Moscow has denied that its buildup of more than 100,000 troops and military hardware near the Ukrainian border is preparation for an attack on the country, though U.S. intelligence has warned that a multipronged invasion could come as soon as this month.
“Russia is seeing a trend where all of these NATO countries are delivering more and more weaponry to Ukraine,” said Rob Lee, a Russian military expert and fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute. “It’s not necessarily that significant yet, but I think they see the trend line, and they don’t like where that trend line is going.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly claimed that NATO could position a long-range missile system in Ukraine before long, though there’s no indication that the military alliance has considered such a step.
While the U.S.-provided weapons, such as the Javelin antitank missiles, have garnered the most headlines of Ukraine’s armory, Kyiv’s less-hyped backing from Turkey has raised alarms in Moscow. Not only did the purchase of the Bayraktar TB2 drones come without any apparent conditions on use, but Turkey and Ukraine have agreed to launch a production site of the drones in Ukraine.
“I think that, of course, this creates completely different conditions for hostilities,” said Serhiy Zgurets, a Ukrainian military expert. “It is an element of emotional and real influence on the enemy.”
Though Ukraine bought its first Bayraktar TB2 drones in 2019, it had held off on using them for strikes in the Donbas conflict until the front-line village of Hranitne came under heavy shelling on Oct. 26. The drones had been used for reconnaissance flights.
The artillery strikes from the separatists in October leveled civilian homes and wounded two Ukrainian armed servicemen, one of whom died. In a statement, Ukraine’s Defense Ministry said it first demanded a cease-fire through the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine, but “the reaction from the Russian occupation forces was negative.” The single drone strike followed.
“The Armed Forces of Ukraine will continue to increase tactics and methods of combat use of Bayraktars to deter Russian aggression and protect Ukraine's interests,” the statement said.
In a December phone conversation between Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Putin brought up the Ukrainians’ use of Turkish-made drones, calling it a “destructive” behavior and “provocative activity,” according to the Kremlin readout. Turkish Foreign Minister Melvut Cavusoglu has said Ankara can’t be blamed for Ukraine’s deployment of the weapons.
“This is already completely unpleasant news for the Russians, because this is a dramatic increase in combat capabilities,” said Oleksiy Arestovych, a Kyiv-based military blogger. “Ukraine is acquiring what is considered a ‘game changing app.’ ”
The Bayraktar TB2 drones offer countries stealthy air power at a fraction of the cost of maintaining a traditional air force. They have featured prominently in conflicts in Libya and Syria, but it was perhaps Azerbaijan’s use of them in 2020 against Armenia that offered Ukraine an inspiring model.
Across 44 days of fighting over the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh enclave, the drones targeted Armenian and Nagorno-Karabakh soldiers and destroyed tanks, artillery and air defense systems. They tilted the scales in the more-than-three-decade conflict for Azerbaijan, which took back some territory under a cease-fire deal with Armenia.
While some NATO countries are cautious about weapons sales to Ukraine, Turkey is a “wild card,” said Lee, the Russian military expert. Germany, for example, has blocked Ukraine’s purchase of defensive weapons through the NATO Support and Procurement Agency, Ukrainian officials have said.
Russia and Germany have economic cooperation via the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline that runs through Danish waters to Germany, bypassing existing supply routes through Ukraine. Some Western countries are wary of supplying Ukraine with more weapons because that could be deemed a provocation for Russia, or even serve as a pretext for an attack.
“They’re afraid,” Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council, said of the Germans. “They constantly stick rods in our tires over this issue.”
Sinan Ulgen, director of the Istanbul-based Center for Economics and Foreign Policy Studies, said Turkey’s support for Ukraine was a “delicate and difficult balancing act” because of Turkey’s relationship with Russia, which has “elements of cooperation but elements of competition and rivalry.”
It has resulted in a complicated geopolitical relationship between Moscow and Ankara over the past few years.
Turkish and Russian soldiers and mercenaries have faced off in armed conflict in Syria and Libya. At the same time, Turkey has purchased a sophisticated air defense system from Russia, a move that angered its NATO partners and resulted in sanctions from the United States.
While Erdogan’s government has taken a hard line in refusing to recognize Russia’s 2014 annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, it has not followed Europe and the United States in sanctioning Moscow.
Turkey also sees in Ukraine an opportunity to expand the growing list of customers for its armed drones and take advantage of Ukraine’s defense production capabilities, including its ability to manufacture rocket engines, Ulgen said.
At the mention of “Turkish drones,” Danilov responded: “They’re ours, which we bought. … Engines for these drones are being made in our country.”
But while the drones were a “game-changer” in other battles between countries with less sophisticated military hardware, it’s unlikely they would make much of a difference against Russia, Lee said. Russia’s Defense Ministry has already posted images of training exercises for how to counter Bayraktar TB2 drones.
“If Ukraine gets into a fight with Russia, Russia will destroy them,” Lee said. “Russia could shoot them down, or even before that, they can destroy the airfields where TB2s operate, or they can destroy the ground control station.”
“The TB2s have never faced an integrated air-defense system like the one Russia has,” he added.
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Украине угрожает миллионное войско России, а не 100 тысяч – главнокомандующий ВСУ
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"Мне, как человеку военному, не нравится эта цифра в 100 тысяч. Поверьте мне, что послезавтра эта цифра может составить 210 тысяч, а через неделю – 780 тысяч, – у Российской Федерации есть для этого все возможности. Давайте говорить об этом прямо и открыто: мы сейчас имеем дело с армией Российской Федерации, которая сегодня насчитывает почти миллион военнослужащих.
Сегодня я доводил наших партнеров по НАТО, что это не иллюзия, это реальная угроза. Следует учитывать, что нам противостоит государство-агрессор, у которого есть почти миллионное войско".
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Кремль лжет о НАТО, чтобы оправдать агрессию против Украины – глава Минобороны Британии
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"Поэтому, если одной холодной январской или февральской ночью российские вооруженные силы еще раз вступят в суверенную Украину, игнорируйте рассказы об агрессии НАТО и помните слова президента России в этом эссе с прошлого лета. Запомните это и спросите себя, что это значит не только для Украины, но и для всех нас в Европе", - написал министр.
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Накануне Арестович раскритиковал политику власти и обвинил Зеленского как в нарушении базовых предвыборных обещаний, так и в отходе от главных принципов. Арестович сказал, что нынешняя власть слишком "забюрократизировалась".
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"Газпром" не забронировал мощности для транзита газа через Польшу и Украину
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Всего на аукционе в понедельник предлагалось забронировать 89,1 миллиона кубометров газа в сутки на польском участке, однако предложение осталось невостребованным. Аналогичная ситуация была в декабре, а на январь "Газпром" забронировал около 19,3 миллиона из предложенных 89,1 миллиона кубометров.
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Глава МИД ФРГ пригрозила мерами против "Северного потока — 2" при эскалации
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"Мы как новое германское правительство четко заявили в коалиционном соглашении, что проекты в сфере энергетической политики должны соответствовать немецкому и европейскому праву. Это касается и "Северного потока 2". В настоящее время этот проект не полностью соответствует европейскому праву, поэтому процесс сертификации приостановлен", - заявила она на пресс-конференции с украинским коллегой Дмитрием Кулебой в Киеве.
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«Газпром»: монетизация газа Арктики угрожает надежности газоснабжения России
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Проекты сжижения природного газа (СПГ), к которым применяются обширные меры господдержки, конкурируют с газом «Газпрома» на рынке Европы, что создает риски для доходов бюджета, сообщил начальник департамента «Газпрома» Владимир Марков. Говоря о необходимости ускоренной разработки месторождений российской Арктики в преддверии мирового энергоперехода, господин Марков заявил, что интенсивная монетизация запасов газа данного региона путем развития экспорта СПГ несет угрозу надежности поставок газа российским потребителям.
Владимир Марков в обращении к Минэнерго высказался против точки зрения о необходимости ускоренной разработки месторождений российской Арктики в преддверии мирового энергоперехода, который якобы сократит спрос на углеводороды после 2050 года. «Интенсивная монетизация запасов газа рассматриваемого региона путем развития экспорта СПГ в долгосрочной перспективе также несет угрозу надежности поставок газа российским потребителям, в том числе в части обеспечения пикового баланса»,— настаивает он.
Начальник департамента напомнил позицию «Газпрома» о том, что работающие проекты сжижения природного газа, к которым применяются обширные меры государственной поддержки, конкурируют с газом «Газпрома» на рынке Европы, что создает риски для доходов бюджета. «При разработке и применении данных мер стимулирования для новых СПГ-проектов в географических/климатических зонах Ямала и Гыданского полуострова необходимо учитывать, что в отсутствие государственного механизма контроля и исключения нарушающей экономические интересы РФ конкуренции на мировых рынках природного газа, транспортируемого по трубопроводам, и СПГ существует значительный риск того, что ввиду сезонных ограничений по навигации и более высоких затрат на поставку СПГ по Северному морскому пути в Азию основная часть СПГ с новых заводов в российской Арктике будет продолжать поставляться в европейские страны—импортеры трубопроводного газа ПАО "Газпром"»,— процитировал «Интерфаксу» содержание обращения источник, знакомый с ситуацией.
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Habecks Greenflation: Der Wirtschaftsminister sollte nur kalkulierte Risiken eingehen
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Schon jetzt spüren aber Verbraucher und Unternehmen etwa die hohen Gaspreise, die seit Anfang 2021 um satte 308 Prozent gestiegen sind. Da spielen die Machtdemonstrationen von Russlands Präsident Wladimir Putin sicher eine Rolle. Die Nachfrage aber nach Gas ist so stark, dass die Preise steigen. Auch Benzin ist teurer geworden. Der Liter kostet schon mal gerne 1,60 Euro. Das belastet die Haushaltskasse der Menschen.
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Голова "Нафтогазу": "ПП-2" сприяє підготовці нападу РФ на Україну
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Голова правління НАК "Нафтогаз України" Юрій Вітренко вважає, що газопровід "Північний потік–2" сприяє підготовці нападу РФ на Україну. "Ми впевнені на 100 відсотків, що "Північний потік-2" має єдину мету - виключити Україну з країн, що беруть участь у транзиті газу до Європи", - заявив Вітренко газеті Süddeutsche Zeitung у понеділок, 17 січня.
За його словами, президент РФ Володимир Путін готує військове вторгнення в Україну, та "він хоче добитись того, щоб це не викликало негативних наслідків у торгівлі з Європою".
На думку Вітренка, Москва хоче припинити прокачування газу через Україну, і російські обіцянки продовжити існуючі угоди про транзит газу нічого в цьому не змінюють. Вони дозволяють Росії резервувати потужності українських трубопроводів та оплачувати їх, при цьому спрямовувати газ у Європу дном Балтійського моря, заявив голова "Нафтогазу".

У разі війни в Україні "не залишиться газопроводів", стверджує Вітренко, оскільки "перші бомби впадуть на них".

"ПП-2" - політичний проєкт
Також Вітренко не погодився із твердженням канцлера ФРН Олафа Шольца (Olaf Scholz) про те, що "Північний потік-2" є виключно економічним, а не політичним проєктом. "Єдина економічна логіка полягає в тому, що Путін (за допомогою газопроводу) може покарати Україну за європейський вибір", - заявив він, додавши, що вигоду від "ПП-2" отримуватиме і Німеччина, на території якої він закінчується.

Сертифікація "Північного потоку-2"
У середині грудня голова Федерального агентства з мереж (BNetzA) у Бонні Йохен Гоманн (Jochen Homann) заявив, що у перші шість місяців 2022 року остаточне рішення щодо сертифікації "Північного потоку-2" ухвалене не буде. Агентство призупинило процес сертифікації нового газопроводу в листопаді, відзначивши, що її відновлення можливе лише після того, як оператор Цуг, що базується в однойменному швейцарському місті, надасть необхідні документи про створення в Німеччині окремої компанії для управління газопроводом.
За оцінками німецького регулятора, процес сертифікації, ймовірно, затягнеться до другої половини 2022 року.
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Худрук Александринского театра возмутился песней Сергея Шнурова о замусоренном Петербурге
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- Есть форма, а есть содержание, - рассказал Валерий Фокин в понедельник, 17 января. – Любая критика – даже горькая, даже страшная – она должна быть. Но надо понимать, про что и ради чего. Потому что все равно ведь нельзя забывать, что наш город уникальный, особый и великий. Горько, когда в нем трудности, но их надо просто преодолевать. Но форма нужна другая. А здесь форма пренебрежительно-хамоватая. Видимо, яркий человек Шнуров был в плену каких-то мотивов и несколько перебрал. Есть тут какое-то пренебрежительное отношение к городу, который его воспитал и который его прославил.
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Портрет вице-губернатора Петербурга Линченко появился на месте закрашенного граффити Достоевского
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В Санкт-Петербурге во дворе Кузнечного переулка появилось новое граффити, так называемая убран-фреска, с изображением вице-губернатора города Николая Линченко. Об этом 17 января 2022 года рассказал художник Олег Лукьянов. Портрет разместился ровно на том же месте, где было помещено изображение Федора Достоевского, приуроченное к его 200-летнем юбилею. Однако тогда коммунальщики закрасили писателя.
- Сегодня мы обнаружили портрет вице-губернатора Петербурга вместо Федора Михайловича, - появились фотографии граффити в социальной сети художника.
Рядом с изображением вице-губернатора также наклеены листы с распечатанным ответом Линченко на запрос организации "Гражданский патруль". Общественники обращались к Николаю Викторовичу с просьбой помочь сохранить потрет Достоевского. В документе, наклеенном на стену отмечается, что потрет просматривается с улицы, то есть с фасадной части дома. Также там дополнено, что в целях увековечивания памяти писателя в Петербурге созданы таблички, световые проекции и установлен памятник.
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Уголовное дело возбудили на создателя гигантских фекалий на Марсовом поле в Петербурге
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- Дело возбуждено по статье 244 УК РФ "Надругательство над телами умерших и местами их захоронения". Мужчина в данный момент задержан, - рассказал источник.
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В ПЦУ раскритиковали традицию купания в проруби на Крещение
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"Традиция купания в проруби на Крещение не имеет ничего общего со "смыванием" грехов, получением особого Божьего благословения или духовного очищения. Никакого церковного предписания в Украинской Церкви для погружения в зимнюю воду нет и никогда не было", - говорится в сообщении.
Кроме того, в ПЦУ напомнили, что в Евангелие говорится, что во время погружении в воды Иордана Спаситель освятил их и благословил таинство Крещения как необходимое условие для спасения. Он был безгрешен и сошел в воды, чтобы взять на себя грехи человечества и дать людям возможность спастись.
"Как же грешные люди могут "подражать" Иисусу Христу, купаясь зимой в водоемах? С какой целью и как именно "подражают"? При этом, не стесняясь обнажать напоказ собственное тело, "подогреваться" спиртными напитками, не сдерживаться в ругани во время физических ощущений из-за погружения в ледяную воду", – говорится в сообщении ПЦУ.
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GOP Senators on Wednesday called on NATO, the Biden administration and their Democratic colleagues to take decisive action to counter Russian President Vladimir Putin’s apparent threat to invade Ukraine.
"As of yet no one has given Vladimir Putin a bloody nose," Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., told reporters, acknowledging Putin’s previous invasions of Georgia in 2008 and Ukraine in 2014.
"I think the alliance, our friends in NATO and a bipartisan majority are prepared to assist Ukraine in making sure that if it happens this time Vladimir Putin will get a bloody nose," he added.
Lawmakers struck a hard tone in their calls on the administration to enforce sanctions on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline and aid Ukraine with defensive military aid ahead of any Russian invasion. However, they remain divided on whether sanctions on the pipeline should be enforced as a warning to Putin now or after an invasion of its former soviet nation has already been carried out.
The calls for assertive action have come after talks with Russia stalled last week and Russia continues to amass troops along Ukraine’s border.
Putin has argued the troop buildup is a security precaution and claimed that permitting Ukraine NATO membership would allow the 30-nation alliance strike weapons systems and bases in the former Soviet nation. The U.S. and NATO have refused to oblige Putin’s demands but have called for a diplomatic path to avoid a potential war in Eastern Europe.
The United Kingdom delivered short-range anti-tank missiles to Ukraine Tuesday – a move GOP lawmakers applauded and called on the Biden administration to increasingly emulate.
Senators met with President Biden Wednesday morning in a closed session to discuss the bipartisan coalition following its return from Kyiv this week.
Sen. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., described the White House meeting as an "instructive and construction discussion."
"I don’t think we surprised the president or Mr. Sullivan or anybody in the administration with what we said. Quite honestly we listened as much as we spoke," he told Fox News Digital.
"We want to have strong bipartisan sanctions," he continued. "But…enough has been done to punch back a little bit. Right now Vladimir Putin is saying ‘thank you Mr. President but words are cheap’ and it's time to demonstrate some action."
Cramer said Biden "raised an important point" and argued that sanctions are not as simple as slapping a fine on Russia; there will be a spill-over effect that will impact U.S. allies and exporters.
"We have to be thoughtful about it, we have to be committed to it, we have to be clear about it," Cramer said.
Cramer along with several of his colleagues told reporters that party disagreements about sanctions should not be interpreted by Putin as "disunity in our resolve to stand with the people of Ukraine and to stand with freedom."
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The White House told the U.S. chip industry to be prepared for new restrictions on exports to Russia if Moscow attacks Ukraine, sources said, including potentially blocking the country's access to global electronic supplies.
The warning followed inquiries by the industry after reports by Reuters and the New York Times on potential curbs. read more
In a phone call on Friday, White House National Security Council officials Peter Harrell and Tarun Chhabra told executives from the Semiconductor Industry Association, a chip lobbying group, to be ready for unprecedented actions against Russia if it invades Ukraine.
"The NSC relayed in blunt and stark terms the gravity of the situation they are currently grappling with in Ukraine, noting that this is an extraordinary situation and potentially the worst cross border invasion to take place since WWII," an SIA director wrote to members following the call, according to an email seen by Reuters. "The NSC indicated that the administration is actively considering any and all options."
According to the email, SIA had sought clarity about the probability of a range of measures, including financial sanctions, broadening export restrictions to Russia to be like those for Iran and North Korea, and applying to Russia a 2020 rule that vastly expanded the government's powers to block shipments of foreign made goods to China's Huawei.
One person on the SIA call with its members said getting ready could include checking on employees in Moscow to make sure they have good IT protection and preparations to shut down exports to Russia at a moment's notice.
Expanding the scope of the so-called Foreign Direct Product Rule to Russia, in a way that mirrors a Trump-era move against Chinese telecoms giant Huawei, could allow the Biden administration to stop shipments of chips, computers, consumer electronics, telecommunications equipment, and other items made anywhere in the world if they were produced using U.S. technology.
"We have been very clear that if Russia further invades Ukraine, the United States is looking at a range of options – with allies and partners – to deliver severe costs to the Russian economy," a White House spokeswoman said, while declining to confirm the phone call.
"Any details in this regard that make their way to the public only demonstrate the extensive detail and seriousness with which we are discussing and are prepared to impose significant measures in coordination with our allies and partners."
SIA held a conference call with dozens of members on Tuesday to detail the conversation with the NSC, the sources said.
"We could be in uncharted waters with such a potentially broad export control measure. We are still trying to assess what the ripple effect may be to global supply chains,” SIA government affairs official Jimmy Goodrich said in a statement.
It is not the only industry group that has been in touch with the White House. SEMI, the global industry association representing the electronics manufacturing and design supply chain, also raised the topic on a call with NSC officials on Tuesday, saying it was concerned about the potential impact on U.S. technology, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Biden is seeking to deter Russian President Vladimir Putin from invading Ukraine after Russia massed tens of thousands of Russian troops in and near its neighbor. Russia denies planning a new military offensive but has made several demands and said it could take unspecified military action unless the West agrees to them.


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"Не уверен, что в настоящее время этот шаг может быть совершен без ущерба для интересов РФ - стратегических и долгосрочных", - сказал Затулин.
По его словам, это идет вразрез с российской подписью под минскими соглашениями и потому является препятствием для признания формального "ДНР" и "ЛНР".
"Признание официальное на государственном уровне означает выход из минских соглашений, и именно это причина, почему до сих пор такого признания не было", - заявил Затулин.
Таким образом, судя по всему верна версия, что инициатива КПРФ об обращении Госдумы к Путину о признании Россией "ЛДНР" это оппозиционный пиар коммунистов, а не согласованная с Кремлем акция.
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Глава Госдепа США Блинкен призвал украинцев готовиться к тяжелым дням
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"Украина должна избегать каких-либо действий, которые помогут циничным усилиям России. Не позволяйте Москве разделить вас. Это значит, что лидеры внутри украинского правительства и за его пределами должны отбросить свои разногласия в пользу общего национального интереса и работать вместе, чтобы подготовиться к тяжелым дням", - заявил госсекретарь.
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"Ныне общая численность российских войск на границе с Украиной составляет ориентировочно 127 тыс., в том числе наземный компонент – 106 тыс., с соответствующими огневыми, ударными и маневровыми возможностями. Есть определенные перемещения войск, но пока это не критично", – сказал Данилов.
По его словам, для полномасштабной наземной операции России нужен минимум миллион военных.
"Для того чтобы россияне могли планировать полномасштабную наземную операцию, им понадобится более миллиона военных, для концентрации которых требуется время, а перемещение такого массива людей и техники не может остаться незамеченным", – сказал секретарь СНБО.
Он также отметил, что "все эти игрища у украинской границы" имеют и положительный эффект – объединение демократических стран в поддержке Украины в ее борьбе против Кремля.
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В МИД РФ снизили уровень требований по нерасширению НАТО
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"Эта известная формула Бухарестского саммита 2008 года, что Украина и Грузия станут членами НАТО, это должно быть исключено, это должно быть заменено пониманием, что этого не произойдет никогда. Или в качестве альтернативы, если США возьмут на себя односторонние обязательства, что они никогда не будут голосовать за вступление Украины и других стран в НАТО, мы готовы рассмотреть эту опцию", - сказал Рябков.
По его словам, Россия будет обращаться к ответственности Соединенных Штатов, "чтобы они смотрели, что для них более приоритетно: европейская безопасность или какие-то сами по себе ущербные идеи", которые привели к нынешнему кризису.
По его словам, Россия сделает все возможное, чтобы по дипломатическим путям прекратить продолжение интеграции Украины в НАТО.
"Мы видим угрозу в том, что Украина становится все более интегрированной в НАТО, даже без обретения формального статуса члена организации. Это то, что находится в центре интересов безопасности России. Мы сделаем все возможное для того, чтобы обратить эту ситуацию вспять, ребалансировать эту ситуацию по дипломатическим каналам. И проекты документов, которые были предложены США, - это именно тот путь, по которому нужно пойти для дипломатического решения", - сказал Рябков.
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"Обидно, что чиновник дружественного нам государства, с которым у нас высокий уровень отношений, демонстрирует искаженное восприятие реальности в части принадлежности Крыма и понимания наложенных на Российскую Федерацию санкций. Разговоры о возвращении к business as usual с РФ, которая грубо нарушила международное право, захватив силой Крым и начав вооруженную агрессию на Донбассе, лишь пропагандируют безнаказанность и поощряют Россию к дальнейшей агрессии", - сказал Николенко агентству "Интерфакс-Украина" в среду.
По его словам, комментарии словацкого чиновника диссонируют с официальной позицией Словакии и консолидированной позицией ЕС в контексте противодействия российской агрессии против Украины.
"Требуем публичного опровержения господином министром своих высказываний, не способствующих развитию дружеских украинско-словацких отношений", - подчеркнул спикер МИД.
Ранее министр экономики Словакии Рихард Сулик заявил, что санкции против РФ только вредят, и РФ все равно не вернет Украине Крым. "Странам нужно торговать между собой, некоторые наши экспортеры также пострадали. Санкции только вредят, а Россия все равно не вернет Крым. Нужно смотреть вперед и выстраивать отношения", - сказал Сулик.


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Кулеба: самым большим успехом России сейчас будет сеяние паники и расшатывание нас изнутри
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"Сегодня Украина очень сильна. У нас есть сильная армия, у нас - нескромно скажу - сильная дипломатия, у нас есть сильные партнеры. И хотя мы осознаем все риски, связанные с агрессивными намерениями Российской Федерации, но мы должны иметь уверенность в себе и верить в нашу способность преодолеть и этот сложный момент нашей истории. И я совершенно не сомневаюсь, что так и будет", - подчеркнул он.
"Наибольшим достижением России сегодня будет сеяние паники, уныния в украинском обществе и расшатывание нас изнутри, прежде всего - расшатывание нашей экономики и финансовой системы. Поэтому мы должны приложить максимум усилий, чтобы не позволить России достичь этой цели… Все наши усилия направлены на то, чтобы ситуация в стране оставалась стабильной, финансовая система сохраняла прочность и предсказуемость, чтобы украинская экономика не страдала проблемами, происходящими в сфере безопасности", - подчеркнул Дмитрий Кулеба.
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Итоги визита Блинкена в Киев: риск вторжения значителен, США попытаются вернуть РФ на путь дипломатии, встреча с Лавровым будет знаковой

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"Кое-что мы знаем немного глубже": Зеленский пошутил о разведке США на встрече с Блинкеном

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Песков объяснил, почему невозможно отключить "Северный поток — 2"
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"России регулярно, ежедневно кто-то чем-то грозит. Коммерческий международный проект "Северный поток — 2" отключить невозможно, потому что его ещё не включили", - сказал Песков, комментируя заявление канцлера ФРГ Олафа Шольца о возможности "отключения" "Северного потока — 2" в случае дальнейшей эскалации ситуации вокруг Украины.
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Транзит российского газа через Украину по сравнению с началом 2019 года сократился в пять раз



Так, в первые 16 дней 2019 года среднесуточный объем транзита составил 251 миллион кубометров, а в кризисный из-за начала пандемии 2020-й этот показатель сократился до 83 кубометров. В 2021-м объем транзита вырос до 124 кубометров, в 2022 году снова упал — до 52 кубометров.
«Выводы напрашиваются сами за себя — "Газпром" не заинтересован помогать странам ЕС в кризисный период и давление на Европу с целью запуска "Северного потока-2" продолжается», — написал Макогон.

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson defied calls to resign in a feisty performance Wednesday in Parliament – but it may be too little to prevent a push by his Conservative Party's lawmakers to oust him over a series of lockdown-flouting government parties.
Pressure on the prime minister grew as one Conservative lawmaker defected to the opposition Labour Party and a former Conservative Cabinet minister told him: "In the name of God, go!"
The demand from former Brexit Secretary David Davis came during a combative Prime Minister's Questions session in the House of Commons, where Johnson defended his government's record in running the economy, fighting crime and dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
The allegations that Johnson and his staff broke restrictions the government imposed on the country have helped the Labour Party open up a double-digit opinion poll lead on the Conservatives, but Johnson doesn’t have to face voters until the next general election, scheduled for 2024. His bigger danger is from his own Conservative Party, which has a history of ousting leaders once they become liabilities.
Conservatives are weighing whether to trigger a no-confidence vote in Johnson amid the public anger over the scandal dubbed "partygate" – a stunning reversal of fortune for a politician who just over two years ago led the Conservatives to their biggest election victory in almost 40 years.
Under Conservative Party rules, a no-confidence vote in the party’s leader can be triggered if 54 party lawmakers – 15% of the party’s House of Commons total – write letters to a party official demanding it.
If Johnson lost a confidence vote among the party’s 359 lawmakers, it would trigger a contest to replace him as Conservative leader. The winner would also become prime minister. If Johnson won the vote, he would be safe from a similar challenge for a year.
Johnson on Wednesday announced he was lifting mask mandates and most other coronavirus restrictions in England beginning next week, as he tried to change the subject and brush aside questions about the scandal.
"We delivered while they dithered," he said of opposition politicians, several of whom told Johnson he was regarded by Britons as a charlatan, a hypocrite, a liar and "stupid."
The Labour opposition was boosted by the defection to their ranks of Conservative lawmaker Christian Wakeford, who said the prime minister was "incapable of offering the leadership and government this country deserves."
Johnson dismissed calls to quit, but his defiant performance was met with muted cheers on the Conservative side of the House of Commons.
So far, only a handful of Conservative members of Parliament have openly called for Johnson to resign, though several dozen are believed to have submitted letters, including some elected as part of a Johnson-led landslide in December 2019.
Conservative lawmaker Andrew Bridgen, who is calling for a change, said he thought the 54-letter threshold would be reached "this week," setting the stage for a confidence vote within days.
Senior civil servant Sue Gray is investigating claims that government staff held late-night soirees, boozy parties and "wine time Fridays" while Britain was under coronavirus restrictions in 2020 and 2021. The allegations have spawned public anger, incredulity and mockery, and prompted growing calls for Johnson’s resignation.
Johnson apologized to lawmakers last week for attending a "bring your own booze" gathering in the garden of his Downing Street offices in May 2020. At the time, people in Britain were barred from meeting more than one person outside their household to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
Johnson said he had considered the party a work gathering that fell within the rules.
"I’m absolutely categorical, nobody said to me, ‘This is an event that is against the rules,’" Johnson said Tuesday as he repeated his apologies.
Johnson told lawmakers that Gray's report would be published next week, and urged his party to withhold judgment until then.
"It is for the inquiry to come forward with an explanation of what happened," said Johnson, who held private meetings with Conservative lawmakers Wednesday to shore up his crumbling support.
Some Conservative legislators urged colleagues to show unity.
"Now is the time to get behind the prime minister," said Jake Berry, a Johnson ally. Jonathan Gullis, elected in 2019 to represent the formerly Labour-held seat of Stoke on Trent North, urged colleagues who had submitted letters seeking a no-confidence vote to withdraw them.
Gullis said he was backing Johnson because "he has a unique ability to engage with voters, especially in places like Stoke on Trent."
But Johnson’s apologies – in which he acknowledged "misjudgments" but not personal rule-breaking – appear to have weakened, rather than strengthened, his position in the party. Even lawmakers who back Johnson say he would have to resign if he is found to have lied.
Experts say there is a good chance the investigation will neither exonerate him nor conclude he broke the law.
Armed Forces Minister James Heappey said members of the public were "absolutely furious."
"I am angry, too," Heappey told Times Radio, but added that "the prime minister has stood up at the dispatch box and set out his version of events and apologized profusely to the British public."
"I choose to believe what the prime minister has said. But I know that that’s not good enough for many of my constituents," he said.


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Statement from Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Russian Aggression Towards Ukraine
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President Biden has been clear with the Russian President: If any Russian military forces move across the Ukrainian border, that’s a renewed invasion, and it will be met with a swift, severe, and united response from the United States and our Allies. President Biden also knows from long experience that the Russians have an extensive playbook of aggression short of military action, including cyberattacks and paramilitary tactics. And he affirmed today that those acts of Russian aggression will be met with a decisive, reciprocal, and united response.


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Кулеба показал Блинкену карту Украины с включенными в нее территориями России, Беларуси и Польши. Фото

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На карте, которую показывал Кулеба, в территорию Украины включены такие регионы, как Кубань, Таганрог, районы Брянской области, земли исторической области Восточная Слобожанщина (они сегодня входят в состав Курской, Белгородской и Воронежской областей РФ).
Также на карте в границах Украины изображены белорусское Полесье, румынская Южная Буковина и некоторые польские территории.
"Вероятно, Кулеба показывал Блинкену т.н. "карту УНР". Или же "карту украинских территорий", над которыми, в действительности, власть УНР никогда не распространялась. С какой целью глава МИД Украины демонстрировал эту карту госсекретарю США пока не очень понятно", - комментирует ситуацию Telegram-канал "Политика страны".
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Opinion: House Republicans aim sanctions at Putin, his family and his mistress
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The Biden administration’s carefully crafted mix of diplomacy and threats of additional sanctions doesn’t seem to be deterring Russian President Vladimir Putin from invading Ukraine and starting a war. Now, a large group of House Republicans is pushing President Biden to ramp up the pressure on Putin directly by going after him and his entourage for their long and well-established corruption.
On Tuesday, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said: “Russia could at any point launch an attack in Ukraine.” Secretary of State Antony Blinken visited Kyiv on Wednesday; after that he heads to Germany and then plans to meet Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Geneva Friday. Blinken is offering Russia a diplomatic off-ramp while warning that the United States will impose harsh sanctions on Russia if there is a full-scale invasion. That seems like a reasonable mix of carrots and sticks — but as Psaki’s warning shows, the signs suggest it isn’t working.
Putin may calculate that sanctions on the Russian banking or energy sectors might not have much effect. But one thing we do know that Putin cares about is his own illicit fortune. The U.S. government has never really tried to go after the people who launder Putin’s allegedly stolen billions and profit from his gangsterism. A massive new GOP sanctions bill being introduced this week would go after the corruption of Putin himself, every member of his cabinet, his family members and even his alleged longtime mistress Alina Kabaeva.
Organized by the Republican Study Committee (RSC), a grouping of more than 150 conservative lawmakers, the Putin Accountability Act is meant to push the Biden team to consider ramping up the sanctions against Putin and Russia now, before the invasion, rather than after. The bill, led by RSC Chairman Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.), currently has more than 30 co-sponsors.
“The time to deter conflict is before it happens,” Rep. Joe Wilson (R-S.C.), who recently returned from a bipartisan congressional delegation to Ukraine, told me. “We need to go after Putin directly and his network of kleptocrats and oligarchs. Weakness is provocative. Without imposing real costs, we won’t deter Putin. We have been pushing for these sanctions for years, further delays will lead to war.”
The Biden team seems to realize that their strategy to convince Russia to de-escalate is not having its desired effect. There are reports that the State Department plans to announce new sanctions on pro-Russian agents in eastern Ukraine as soon as Thursday. But the administration has worked hard against previous GOP efforts to compel even tougher sanctions, such as shutting down the Nord Stream 2 pipeline. White House officials argue that such moves would break unity with Germany and sacrifice leverage against Russia.
But what’s increasingly clear is that the mere threat of broad sector-based sanctions on Russia isn’t convincing Putin to slow down. Right now, Russia is reportedly moving more heavy military equipment from Siberia to the border with Ukraine, activating Russian troops in Belarus and sending home personnel at consular posts inside Ukraine — all ominous signs an attack is coming soon.
The RSC legislation would go after Putin’s illicit wealth, which could be in the hundreds of billions of dollars. That money is largely held by Putin’s family members, friends and criminal co-conspirators, all of whom would come under increased scrutiny. Lawmakers singled out the former Olympic gymnast Kabaeva, whom Putin does not acknowledge publicly as his long-time mistress.
The list of Russians who could be sanctioned under the legislation also includes Putin’s entire cabinet, including Lavrov (whose daughter Ekaterina holds a degree from Columbia University), several top oligarchs and dozens of Russian officials connected to the poisoning and imprisonment of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. This is in line with anti-kleptocracy legislation that was removed from the last National Defense Authorization Act last month.
The RSC bill also includes elements of a Senate bill supported by Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Robert Menendez (D-N.J.), such as cutting Russia off from the SWIFT international financial transaction system. The difference is that the House Republicans want to impose the sanctions before Putin invades, while the administration and Senate Democrats think the invasion should be the trigger for action.
Biden’s officials argue that now is not the time for more sanctions because they would just give Putin more pretext to attack. But it’s clear Putin doesn’t need any further pretext. And once the invasion is underway, the threat of sanctions becomes even less effective, because the entire game will have changed — in Putin’s favor.
It’s much easier to prevent a war than to reverse one, as French philosopher and writer Bernard-Henri Lévy said Tuesday at the Atlantic Council. The West must also increase its support for Ukraine, both diplomatically and militarily, before the invasion, he said. Putin knows that after he invades, the West will have already suffered an irreversible defeat.
“It would have a huge domino effect,” with huge, negative spillover effects for Europe and the West, said Lévy. “The whole world would be disorganized by that. And America, behind its trenches, its fortress, would be isolated.”
Sanctions are not a panacea, but the only way to test them for real is to target Putin’s money and the few people he actually cares about, now. In 2014, the Obama administration used biting sanctions only after Putin invaded Crimea and Eastern Ukraine. Since then, he’s only gotten more aggressive. Eight years later, let’s not make the same mistake of reacting only after it’s too late.


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Trilateral naval drills between China, Russia and Iran start on Friday
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China, Russia and Iran will hold joint naval drills on Friday, a public relations official from Iran's armed forces told semi-official ISNA news agency on Thursday.
The "2022 Marine Security Belt" exercise will take place in the north of the Indian Ocean and is the third joint naval drill between the three countries, Mostafa Tajoldin added.
Since coming to office last June, Iran's hardline President Ebrahim Raisi has pursued a "look east" policy to deepen ties with China and Russia. Tehran joined the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation in September, a central Asian security body led by Beijing and Moscow.
Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian visited China last week and Iran's president was meeting his Russian counterpart in Moscow on Thursday.
China, Russia and Iran started joint naval drills in 2019, and will continue them in the future, Tajoldin said.
"The purpose of this drill is to strengthen security and its foundations in the region, and to expand multilateral cooperation between the three countries to jointly support world peace, maritime security and create a maritime community with a common future," the Iranian official told ISNA.
Both navies from Iran's armed forces and Revolutionary Guards will take part in the drills, which include various tactical exercises such as rescuing a burning vessel, releasing a hijacked vessel, and shooting at air targets at night.


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В МИД РФ обвинили Литву, Украину и Польшу в стягивании вооруженных сил к границам России и Беларуси

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В начале весны НАТО проведет масштабные учения за Северным полярным кругом. Примут участие 35 тысяч военных
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"Самые большие учения НАТО за Севреным полярным кругом запланированы на начало марта. В нем примут участие 35 тысяч солдат из 28 стран. Американский авианосец "USS Harry S Truman" также примет участие в учениях", - сказано в сообщении.
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Putin is challenging Ukraine's "right to exist," Blinken says
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Secretary of State Tony Blinken put the stakes of a Russian invasion of Ukraine in stark terms on Thursday, saying Vladimir Putin's threat is a direct challenge to Ukraine's "right to exist" as an independent country and a democracy.
What he's saying: “There’s been a lot of speculation about President Putin’s true intentions, but we don’t actually have to guess. He’s told us, repeatedly. He’s laying the groundwork for an invasion because he doesn’t believe Ukraine is a sovereign nation," Blinken said during a speech in Berlin.
Driving the news: During his visit to Berlin — which included a meeting with top British, French and German diplomats — Blinken was shadowed by a remark President Biden made on Wednesday evening, that the U.S. and its allies would be unified in responding to a major Russian invasion but perhaps less so in the event of a "minor incursion."
• Biden's comment was followed by a rapid White House clarification and later a rebuke from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Asked about Biden's remark in a press conference earlier Thursday, Blinken said the U.S. and its allies were working to develop a "coordinated response" to every possible scenario.
• The consequences will be "massive" if Russia moves in, Blinken said alongside his German counterpart, but different partners have “different authorities” and thus there would be “a division of labor.”
Between the lines: European countries, in particular Germany, have close economic links to Russia and are more wary of some of the tools being floated in Washington — such as cutting Moscow off from a global financial transactions system or banning exports of certain key technologies to Russia.
In his speech, Blinken reiterated the concern that Moscow would manufacture "a provocation or incident" as a pretext to invade, and that an unchallenged Russian invasion "would drag us all back to a much more dangerous and unstable time."
• "Once the principles of sovereignty and self-determination are thrown out, you revert to a world in which the rules we’ve shaped together over decades erode and then vanish," Blinken said.
The latest: Biden sought to clarify his "minor incursion" remark on Thursday, saying that if any "any assembled Russian units move across the Ukrainian border, that is an invasion" and will trigger a "severe and coordinated economic response."
• He also said Russia could employ "gray zone attacks" rather than sending in military units in uniform, and that the U.S. was prepared to respond to such scenarios.
What's next: Blinken will meet his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov on Friday in Geneva. A State Department official has said the fact that Lavrov sought a meeting indicated "diplomacy is not dead," but the administration has expressed little optimism about the outlook for an agreement to end the current crisis.


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US: Swift, severe response if Russia sends troops to Ukraine
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U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned Thursday that there would be a “swift, severe” response from the United States and its allies if Russia sends any military forces into Ukraine.
Blinken’s comments in Berlin appeared to be another effort to clear up any confusion about the position of the U.S. and its NATO allies after U.S. President Joe Biden was heavily criticized for saying a “minor incursion” by Russia would elicit a lesser response.
“If any Russian military forces move across the Ukrainian border and commit new acts of aggression against Ukraine, that will be met with a swift, severe, united response from the United States and our allies and partners,” Blinken told a news conference with his German counterpart.
Later, Blinken accused Russia of threatening the foundations of world order with its buildup of an estimated 100,000 troops near Ukraine’s border. He said Russia must face a concerted and severe global response if it invades.
The stark warning was delivered in Berlin, the formerly divided city that symbolized the Cold War split between East and West, as Blinken prepares to meet Friday in Geneva with Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in a high-stakes bid to ease tensions that appears likely to fail.
“These are difficult issues we are facing, and resolving them won’t happen quickly,” Blinken said. “I certainly don’t expect we’ll solve them in Geneva tomorrow.”
He said Russia’s actions toward Ukraine are an attempt to subvert international norms and just the latest in a string of Moscow’s violations of numerous treaties, agreements and other commitments it has made to respect the sovereignty and territory of other countries.
“To allow Russia to violate those principles with impunity would drag us all back to a much more dangerous and unstable time, when this continent -– and this city -– were split in two, separated by no-man’s-lands patrolled by soldiers, with the threat of all-out war hanging heavily over everyone’s lives,” Blinken told an audience at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences. “It would also send a message to others around the world that these principles are expendable.”
“We will not treat the principles of sovereignty or territorial integrity as negotiable,” he said, adding that the situation is “bigger than a conflict between two countries, and it’s bigger than a clash between Russia and NATO. It’s a crisis with global consequences. And it requires global attention and action.”
The speech came after Blinken and top diplomats from Britain, France and Germany met in Berlin to project a united front to Russia over concerns that it may be planning to invade Ukraine. A day earlier, he met Ukraine’s president in Kyiv to discuss the threat.
Biden said Wednesday that he thinks Moscow will invade and warned Russian President Vladimir Putin that his country would pay a “dear price” in lives lost and a possible cutoff from the global banking system if it does.
But, Biden also prompted consternation among allies after saying that the response to a Russian invasion “depends on what it does.” “It’s one thing if it’s a minor incursion and then we end up having a fight about what to do and not do, et cetera,” he said.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was among those expressing concern. “We want to remind the great powers that there are no minor incursions and small nations. Just as there are no minor casualties and little grief from the loss of loved ones,” he said on Twitter.
Blinken took pains Thursday to stress that the U.S. and its partners were united in the face of Moscow’s actions, noting that American diplomats have held more than 100 meetings with allies in recent weeks “to ensure that we are speaking and acting together with one voice when it comes to Russia.”
“That unity gives us strength, a strength I might add that Russia does not and cannot match,” he said. “It’s why we build voluntary alliances and partnerships in the first place. It’s also why Russia recklessly seeks to divide us.”
Russia has denied it is planning an invasion and, in turn, accused the West on Thursday of plotting “provocations” in Ukraine, citing the delivery of weapons to the country by British military transport planes in recent days.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova alleged that Ukrainian and Western talk of an imminent Russian attack was a “cover for staging large-scale provocations of their own, including those of military character.”
Russia wants binding security guarantees, including a permanent prohibition on Ukrainian membership in NATO, to which Kyiv aspires, and the removal of most of the U.S. and allied military presence in eastern Europe.
The U.S. and its European partners say they are willing to consider certain less-dramatic gestures but that the Russian demands are out of the question and that Putin knows they are nonstarters. That, Blinken said, is proof of Putin’s ulterior motive.
“So far, our good-faith gestures have been rebuffed -– because, in truth, this crisis is not primarily about weapons or military bases,” he said. “It’s about the sovereignty and self-determination of Ukraine and other post-Soviet states. And at its core, it’s about Russia’s rejection of a post-Cold War Europe that is whole and free.”
Amid concerns that Putin may not be moved by threats of sanctions and that an invasion will not draw as strong an international response as the U.S. believes is warranted, Blinken made a direct appeal to the Russian people to oppose any intervention.
“You deserve to live with security and dignity, like all people everywhere, and no one -– not Ukraine, not the United States, not the countries of NATO -– is seeking to jeopardize that. But what really risks your security is a pointless war with your neighbors in Ukraine, with all the costs that come with it -– most of all, for the young people who will risk or even give their lives to it,” Blinken said.
The U.S. and its NATO allies face a difficult task on the Ukraine crisis. Biden has said he is not planning to send combat troops in the case of a further Russian invasion. But he could pursue a range of less dramatic yet still risky military options, including supporting a post-invasion Ukrainian resistance.
The rationale for not directly joining a Russia-Ukraine war is simple. The U.S. has no treaty obligation to Ukraine, and war with Russia would be an enormous gamble. But doing too little has its risks, too.


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U.S. sanctions Ukrainian officials alleged to help Russia
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The U.S. Treasury Department levied new sanctions Thursday against four Ukrainian officials, including two current members of parliament who administration officials say are part of a Russian influence effort to set the pretext for further invasion of Ukraine.
The sanctions name parliamentarians Taras Kozak and Oleh Voloshyn and two former government officials. According to Treasury, all four have been intimately involved in disinformation efforts by Russia’s federal security service, known as the FSB.
The new sanctions were announced less than 24 hours after President Joe Biden said he thinks Moscow will newly invade Ukraine. He warned Russian President Vladimir Putin that his country would pay a “dear price” in lives lost and a possible restrictions in access to the global banking system if it does.
Biden faced criticism from Republicans and Ukrainian officials that he invited a limited Russian invasion by suggesting in comments to reporters on Wednesday that the U.S. would react with a measured response if there was only a “minor incursion” of Ukrainian territory. Administration officials sought to clarify his remarks late Wednesday and Thursday.
The White House last week warned that Russia has stationed operatives in and around Ukraine possibly to create pretext for an invasion. U.S. and Ukrainian officials have also been concerned about the Russian weaponizing of disinformation.
“The United States is taking action to expose and counter Russia’s dangerous and threatening campaign of influence and disinformation in Ukraine,” said Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo said in a statement. “We are committed to taking steps to hold Russia accountable for their destabilizing actions.”
Kozak, who controls several news channels in Ukraine, is accused of amplifying false narratives about Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s inner circle and the 2020 elections. Voloshyn has worked with Russia’s FSB to undermine Ukrainian government officials, Treasury says.
Treasury officials say Voloshyn also worked with Konstantin Kilimnik, a Russian national who was previously sanctioned for allegedly attempting to influence the 2016 presidential election and passing on information to Russian intelligence.
Treasury also sanctioned Ukraine’s former deputy secretary for national security and defense councils, Vladimir Sivkovich. The administration says Sivkovich worked last year with a network of Russian intelligence activists to carry out influence operations that attempted to build support for Ukraine to officially cede Crimea to Russia in exchange for a drawdown of Russian backed forces. Russian troops seized Crimea in 2014 and continues to occupy the Black Sea peninsula.
The other former official cited is Volodymyr Oliynyk, who Treasury says worked at the direction of the FSB to gather information about Ukrainian critical infrastructure. Oliynk is currently living in Russia, according to Treasury.
After Biden speculated about a “minor incursion” by Russia, top administration officials underscored that any invasion would be seen as violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and would result in severe consequences for Russia.
Nevertheless, the comments have rattled Kyiv and hinted at Biden’s challenge of keeping the United States and its NATO allies united in their response to Russia.
“We want to remind the great powers that there are no minor incursions and small nations,” Zelenskyy tweeted Thursday shortly before the new sanctions were announced. “Just as there are no minor casualties and little grief from the loss of loved ones.”
Some 100,000 Russian troops have massed near the Ukraine border. Russian officials are demanding written guarantees that NATO will not expand westward. Members of the alliance refuse to give such a pledge.


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Угроза Байдена о запрете банкам РФ операций с долларами может обернуться гражданской войной в Украине - Кремль
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"Все эти заявления могут способствовать дестабилизации обстановки. Они могут вселять совершенно ошибочные надежды в горячие головы некоторых представителей украинского руководства, которые, что называется, под сурдинку, могут решить начать заново гражданскую войну в своей стране и попытаться силовым методом решить проблемы юго-востока", - заявил Песков.
Он считает, что заявления с угрозами и предупреждением, "что России за некие гипотетические действия придется заплатить тяжелую цену, звучат ежедневно от среднего экспертного уровня до уровня глав государств".
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Boris Johnson warns it would be a 'disaster for the world' if Russia 'makes any kind of incursion' into Ukraine as Putin moves even more troops to the border
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Boris Johnson has today warned it would be a 'disaster for the world' if Russia invades Ukraine, as Vladimir Putin continues to mass troops along the border.
The UK Prime Minister said that 'any kind of incursion, on any scale' would be 'a disaster not just for Ukraine but for Russia' as NATO allies try to dissuade the Russian strongman from launching an attack the Pentagon warns is 'imminent'.
Mr Johnson's remark comes after President Biden appeared to suggest that a 'minor incursion' by Russia into Ukraine would prompt only a limited NATO response.
Britain has been supplying military aid in an attempt to deter an attack by Putin, with Mr Johnson saying today he stands 'four-square' behind the country's sovereignty.
Biden's words, attacked by Ukrainian officials as giving Putin a 'green light' to invade, forced the White House to clarify - with staff insisting he was referring to non-military attacks such as cyber warfare.
Tensions between Russia and Ukraine have been building since November last year, when Putin began massing troops on the border.
He has since issued a list of demands to NATO, including that Ukraine be banned from joining the alliance and that troops be removed from ex-Soviet states.
That has forced the US and its allies to the negotiating table, though NATO has described most of Russia's demands as 'non-starters'.
With little progress in talks, Putin has continued massing his forces while announcing a series of large-scale war games that could serve to disguise an invasion.
On Wednesday, Putin and ally Alexander Lukashenko - dictatorial leader of Belarus - announced joint war games as troops began moving on to Belarusian soil.
Today, Russia's defence ministry announced a huge naval drill that will take place between January and February in four seas - Atlantic, Pacific, Arctic, and Mediterranean.
The drill will involve 'more than 140 warships and support vessels, more than 60 aircraft, 1,000 pieces of military equipment, and about 10,000 servicemen', the ministry said.
Satellite images dated January 19 show a battlegroup deployed at Voronezh base around 200 miles from the Ukraine border with rows of tank artillery and support equipment massed at Yelnya, 77 miles from Russia's border with Belarus.
Other images show military equipment gathered at two bases, Klintsky and Klimovo, that sit only 18 miles from the Belarusian frontier and no more than 31 miles from Russia's border with Ukraine.
Videos showed trains carrying multiple rocket launchers, fighting vehicles, communication trucks and general transportation trucks over the Russian border to Belarusian bases in Gomel and Rechitsa, both of which at under 37 miles from the border are within striking distance of Ukraine.
This week's military massing in Belarus adds to Russia's forces to the east of Ukraine as well as south in Crimea and the Black Sea, where some 100,000 are believed to be in place.
The new analyses show that only part of the military hardware and troops are going to the training grounds announced for the exercises.
'The other part stopped halfway, near Gomel, in an area that is only 40km from the Chernihiv region of Ukraine and 90km from the Kiev region', according to a Radio Liberty report.
The West has repeatedly warned Russia it would pay a 'high price' of economic and political sanctions should it invade Ukraine.
Hours before Blinken arrived in Berlin to coordinate the possible response to Russia, Biden sparked controversy as he appeared to indicate that a 'minor incursion' might prompt a smaller reaction from NATO allies.
'It's one thing if it's a minor incursion, and then we end up having a fight about what to do and not do, etcetera,' he said.
But the White House moved swiftly to clarify the comments, with Press Secretary Jen Psaki vowing any Russian movement in Ukraine would face 'severe' retaliation.
Statements like that, said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, 'can facilitate the destabilisation of the situation because they can inspire some hotheads in Ukraine with false hopes'.
With both sides' positions entrenched, a series of talks between Western and Russian officials in Geneva, Brussels and Vienna has failed to yield any breakthrough.
NATO allies have signalled their willingness to keep talking but Moscow has demanded a written response on its proposals for security guarantees.
On the Russian wish list are measures that would limit military activities in the former Warsaw Pact and ex-Soviet countries that joined NATO after the Cold War.
But in Kyiv on Wednesday, Blinken said he would not present such a formal response at Friday's talks with Lavrov in Geneva.
Rather, the onus is on Putin to dispel fears that Moscow is planning an invasion of its pro-Western neighbour.
Ukraine has been fighting Moscow-backed forces in two breakaway eastern regions since 2014, when Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine.
More than 13,000 people have been killed, and the latest Russian troop build-up has also greatly rattled neighbours in the Baltics.
Washington said Thursday it has approved requests from the Baltic nations to ship US-made weapons to Ukraine.
Britain has also said it would send defensive weapons to Ukraine as part of a package to help the country secure its borders.
Kyiv has repeatedly pleaded with Germany to send armaments, a call that has so far been rebuffed.
During her first visit to Ukraine on Monday, Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said Germany would 'do its all to guarantee Ukraine's security', but again rejected the call for weapon shipments.
In Berlin, the controversial gas pipeline Nord Stream 2, which is due to double supplies of cheap natural gas from Russia to Germany, could once again surface as a sticking point among allies.
Amid the latest bout of tensions with Moscow, Chancellor Olaf Scholz has warned of consequences for the pipeline, which is operational but not yet in service as it awaits approval from Germany's energy regulator.


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EXPLAINER: What are US military options to help Ukraine?
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President Joe Biden is not planning to answer a further Russian invasion of Ukraine by sending combat troops. But he could pursue a range of less dramatic yet still risky military options, including supporting a post-invasion Ukrainian resistance.
The rationale for not directly joining a Russia-Ukraine war is simple. The United States has no treaty obligation to Ukraine, and war with Russia would be an enormous gamble, given its potential for expanding in Europe, destabilizing the region, and escalating to the frightening point of risking a nuclear exchange.
Doing too little has its risks, too. It might suggest an acquiescence to future Russian moves against other countries in eastern Europe, such as the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, although as NATO members those three have security assurances from the United States and the rest of the alliance.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who is in Europe this week to speak with officials in Ukraine, consult NATO allies and then meet Friday with his Russian counterpart, has asserted “an unshakable U.S. commitment to Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.” But he has not publicly defined the limits of that commitment.
How far, then, might the United States and its allies go to help Ukraine defend itself if the buildup of Russian forces along Ukraine’s borders leads to an invasion?

WHY NOT CONTEST A RUSSIAN INVASION?
Going to war against Russia in Ukraine could tie up U.S. forces and resources for years and take a heavy toll in lives with an uncertain outcome at a time when the Biden administration is trying to focus on China as the chief security threat.
On Wednesday, Biden said it was his “guess” that Russian President Vladimir Putin will end up sending forces into Ukraine, although he also said he doesn’t think Putin wants all-out war. Biden did not address the possibility of putting U.S. ground troops in Ukraine to stop an invasion, but he previously had ruled that out.
Biden said he is uncertain how Putin will use the forces he has assembled near Ukraine’s border, but the United States and NATO have rejected what Moscow calls its main demand — a guarantee that the Western alliance will not expand further eastward. Russia annexed the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014 after the ouster of Ukraine’s Moscow-friendly leader and also intervened in eastern Ukraine that year to support a separatist insurgency. More than 14,000 people have been killed in nearly eight years of fighting there.
The stakes in Ukraine are high — militarily and politically. Lawmakers have intensified their criticism of Biden’s approach to Putin. Sen. James Inhofe of Oklahoma, the ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, accused Biden of “handwringing and appeasement,” but he has not urged sending combat troops. Rep. Jim Himes, a Connecticut Democrat who sits on the House Intelligence Committee, called for an urgent “nonstop airlift” of military equipment and trainers into Ukraine.
Philip Breedlove, a retired Air Force general who served as the top NATO commander in Europe from 2013 to 2016, said in an interview he does not expect or recommend that the United States send combat troops into Ukraine. Instead, Washington and its allies should be looking for ways to help Ukraine defend its own airspace and territorial waters, where it faces overwhelming Russian superiority, he said.
“Those are things we should be considering as an alliance and as a nation,” he said. “If Mr. Putin is allowed to invade Ukraine and there were to be little or no consequence, we will see more of the same.”

WHAT ARE BIDEN’S OTHER OPTIONS?
Given its clear military inferiority, Ukraine could not prevent Russian forces from invading. But with help from the United States and others, Ukraine might deter Putin from acting if he were convinced that the costs would be too high.
“The key to thwarting Russian ambitions is to prevent Moscow from having a quick victory and to raise the economic, political, and military costs by imposing economic sanctions, ensuring political isolation from the West, and raising the prospect of a prolonged insurgency that grinds away the Russian military,” Seth Jones, a political scientist, and Philip Wasielewski, a former CIA paramilitary officer, wrote in a Jan. 13 analysis for the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
The Biden administration has suggested it is thinking along similar lines.

HOW IS THE U.S. SUPPORTING UKRAINE’S MILITARY NOW?
Pentagon press secretary John Kirby says there are about 200 National Guard soldiers in Ukraine to train and advise local forces, and on Tuesday he said there are no plans to augment their number. There also are an undisclosed number of U.S. special operations troops providing training in Ukraine. Kirby wouldn’t say whether the U.S. soldiers would pull out in the event of a Russian invasion, but he said the Pentagon would “make all the appropriate and proper decisions to make sure our people are safe in any event.”
The administration said Wednesday it is providing a further $200 million in defensive military aid to Ukraine. Since 2014 the United States has provided Ukraine with about $2.5 billion in defense assistance, including anti-tank missiles and radars.

HOW MIGHT THE U.S. HELP UKRAINE AFTER AN INVASION?
It’s not clear. National security adviser Jake Sullivan said last week that the U.S. would “dramatically ramp up” support for Ukraine’s “territorial integrity and sovereignty.” But he did not spell out how that might be done.
The administration says it also is open to sending military reinforcements to NATO allies on the eastern front who want American reassurance.
Jones and Wasielewski say that in addition to implementing severe sanctions against Russia in the event of an invasion, the United States should provide Ukraine with a broad range of military assistance at no cost. This would include air defense, anti-tank and anti-ship systems; electronic warfare and cyber defense systems; small arms and artillery ammunition, and other items.
“The United States and NATO should be prepared to offer long-term support to Ukraine’s resistance no matter what form it ends up taking,” they wrote. This aid could be delivered overtly with the help of U.S. troops, including special operations forces, or it could be a CIA-led covert action authorized by President Biden, they added.
That would carry the risk of putting U.S. personnel in the line of fire — and drawing the United States into the very combat it’s determined to avoid.


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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky told U.S. senators visiting Kyiv this week that waiting to impose sanctions on Russia until after an invasion is of no use to Ukraine, according to four sources familiar with the discussions.
Why it matters: The Senate is currently working on a major sanctions package to deter Russia from attacking Ukraine. Democrats and Republicans are united in their support for Ukraine, but divided over whether it would be more effective to sanction Russia now to signal resolve, or hold up the threat of future sanctions to demonstrate the high costs of an invasion.
[/b]State of play:[/b] The Biden administration and its European allies have warned they will impose severe consequences if Russia invades, but have yet to lay out specific measures that all sides can agree on.
• Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has introduced what he calls the "mother of all sanctions" bill, which would go into effect if President Biden determines that Russia has escalated its hostilities toward Ukraine.
• His Republican counterpart, Sen. Jim Risch (R-Idaho), has introduced legislation that would immediately increase military support for Ukraine and impose sanctions on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, which the Ukrainians view as an existential threat to their security.
Between the lines: The Democratic bill would ultimately give Biden discretion on when to impose sanctions, which he already has the authority to do; the Republican bill would force the president's hand now.
Behind the scenes: Zelensky expressed gratitude to the seven senators who made the trip for their bipartisan support, but argued that real deterrence would mean imposing immediate costs to signal to Vladimir Putin that the U.S. is not to be trifled with.
• "The president was very clear: Nord Stream must be sanctioned now. And any prospective sanction of Nord Stream or other sanctions are not helpful, whether it's a policy or a law," a source close to Zelensky told Axios.
• Sanctions that are conditional on further escalation "are at best neutral, at worst actually emboldening Putin," the source added, contending that, as neighbors, the Ukrainians have a better understanding of "the Russian mentality."
• "Putin does not understand these kind of vague threats. 'If' is not in his vocabulary. There's 'yes' and there's 'no.'"
The other side: A senior Democratic aide hit back at Zelensky's message, telling Axios: "If anybody should understand the perils of interfering in the legislative process of another country, it should be President Zelensky."
The big picture: Another senior Democratic aide told Axios that the overall tenor of the meeting with Zelensky was positive and warm, despite the disagreement on when sanctions should be triggered.
• "The focus of the policy of the U.S. administration is about building the toughest sanctions package that can be levied in coordination with the European allies, because whether we like it or not, the Europeans actually have the stronger hand here with respect to sanctions that can really hurt Russia," the aide said.
• The source close to Zelensky also stressed that the meeting was positive and the Ukrainian government appreciates the bipartisan support.
What to watch: Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) told reporters on a briefing call Monday that he was returning from Kyiv "pretty confident that the Senate can come together on a set of prospective deterrent sanctions against Russia."
• Republicans on the trip have echoed that sentiment.
• But if an agreement is possible, they'll have to move fast: The Senate will recess on Friday until Feb. 21, at which point a Russian invasion could already be underway.


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"США разработали пакет очень болезненных санкций против России, которые способны нанести разрушительный экономический удар... Принципиальным является то, что решение в Вашингтоне уже принято", - заявил он.
В свою очередь глава украинского МИД не рассказал всех подробностей о санкциях, ведь в настоящее время, по его словам, на финишной прямой идет работа с согласованием действий между США и их европейскими союзниками.
"США готовы применить всю мощь своих экономических и финансовых инструментов, чтобы перекрыть кислород российской экономике. РФ также потеряет доступ к целому ряду важных для ее развития технологий", - добавил Кулеба.
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В начале февраля главы МИД Австрии, Чехии и Словакии посетят Киев и Донбасс
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"В начале февраля я совершенно осознанно вместе с моими чешским и словацким коллегами в рамках Аустерлицкого формата (свободное сотрудничество между тремя странами - Ред.) поеду в Киев и на Донбасс к линии соприкосновения на востоке - в качестве ясного центральноевропейского сигнала о поддержке, солидарности с неприкосновенностью суверенитета и целостности Украины", - сказал Шалленберг.
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Премьер-министр Словакии отреагировал на слова своего зама про бессмысленность санкций против России
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"Во время правления Роберта Фицо Словацкая Республика присоединилась к государствам, которые осудили оккупацию Крыма и ввели санкции в отношении Российской Федерации. Это официальная внешнеполитическая линия Словацкой Республики, в которой ничего не изменилось и которая является обязательной для членов правительства", - сказал он.
Также премьер-министр Словакии ожидает, что министр иностранных дел Иван Корчок разрешит ситуацию с Суликом именно в этом духе.
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Britain could send MORE weapons to Ukraine as Defence Secretary Ben Wallace pledges support amid fears over imminent Russian invasion
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Britain is open to sending more weapons to Ukraine to try to thwart any Russian invasion, Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said last night.
He told the Daily Mail the UK may add to the 2,000 anti-tank missile launchers sent this week.
It comes as Russia has amassed an estimated 127,000 troops at the border with Ukraine along with tanks and other weapons in apparent preparation for an invasion.
In an exclusive interview, Mr Wallace said: 'I will keep the question of sending more defensive weapons to Ukraine under close review. I do not rule anything out within helping Ukraine deliver self-defence.
'The UK is determined to stand by Ukraine, its sovereignty and our mutual interests. We have been helping them build defensive capacity for eight years now and we decided to step up that assistance in light of Russian aggression. Britain stands by its allies.'
Russia last night accused the UK of fuelling tensions in the region with the weapons deployment. Moscow's embassy in London tweeted: 'It is crystal clear that UK shipment of lethal weapons to Ukraine will only fuel the crisis and increase tensions.'
Ukraine yesterday demanded economic sanctions against Russia before any invasion rather than afterwards. Defence minister Oleksii Reznikov insisted he wanted action now against Russian leader Vladimir Putin's regime to avoid 'a lot of blood' in his country.
He told the BBC's Hardtalk: 'Our partners can do more – like sanctions before the invasion, not after. Let's show the Kremlin you understand the threat and how the invasion can be made very expensive for them.'
Meanwhile, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who has flown to Kiev for crisis talks with Ukrainian officials, warned Russia could attack 'at very short notice'.
The possibility that Britain could send more arms will be welcomed by the Ukrainian government which described this week's delivery by the RAF as a 'necessary first step'.
Further UK deliveries may convince other Western governments to boost their help.
The US has already sent missiles and heavily-armed patrol boats while Turkey has sold Ukraine drones equipped with guided missiles. Sweden is providing medical training to Ukrainian troops.
The Mail can also reveal that British military trainers being sent to Ukraine to instruct its troops on how to use the anti-tank weapons will be drawn from the newly formed Ranger Regiment.
The 800-strong unit was established last year to provide training for the UK's allies and to fight beside them in certain situations.
But as Nato has said there will be no direct military response to a Russian invasion, the Rangers' assistance will be restricted to a training package expected to last a few weeks before they head home.
Ukraine released intelligence reports yesterday suggesting Russia had bolstered the size of its forces on the border to 127,000.
Officials said they believed Russia had 'almost completed' the build-up of soldiers and hardware required to mount an invasion.
Moscow denies it plans to launch an attack but has pressed the US for security guarantees. It is wary of pro-Western Ukraine's desire to join the EU and has demanded a withdrawal of Western troops from former Soviet republics.
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"Нафтогаз" переводит свои ТЭЦ вместо газа на солому и мусор
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"Есть, например, малый местный бизнес, который будет знать, что компании для выработки тепла и электроэнергии ежегодно нужно определенное количество биосырья. Пусть это будет щепа или солома. Это еще может быть специально переработанный мусор" , – отметил Михайльо.
Он заявил, что в Дании 70% тепловой энергии добывается таким способом.
По его словам, перевод на мусор, щепу и солому начнется уже, примерно, с апреля. После окончания отопительного сезона.
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