16 July 2024
2 year ago
Bila Tserkva, Vasylkiv, Myronivka(13:40). Red Alert: aerial threat. Sirens sounding. Take cover now!
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Kyiv, Dnipro, Cherkasy, Kramators’k(13:39). Red Alert: aerial threat. Sirens sounding. Take cover now!
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Kyiv(13:34). Red Alert: aerial threat. Sirens sounding. Take cover now!
Today, Canadian FM Minister Joly spoke with Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine's Minister of Foreign Affairs2 year ago
Today, Canadian FM Minister Joly spoke with Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine's Minister of Foreign Affairs
US State Dept issues readout of Deputy Sec State Wendy Sherman's meeting in Brussels, Belgium, with European officials re: Russia and Ukraine. The European officials represented the following countries: France; Germany; Italy; UK
USAF C17 Globemaster III RCH102 departed Kyiv Ukraine2 year ago
USAF C17 Globemaster III RCH102 departed Kyiv Ukraine
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Head of office of President of Ukraine Yermak: Continued regular dialogue with @JakeSullivan46. Discussed the security situation around Ukraine and following steps to de-escalate it. Agreed with the need for international efforts. Noted the importance of continuing the work of the N4 format
UK Foreign Secretary after NATO-Russia Council: The quagmire of a long-running conflict would cost lives & damage both sides. Only way forward is for Russia to de-escalate & engage in meaningful discussions2 year ago
UK Foreign Secretary after NATO-Russia Council: "The quagmire of a long-running conflict would cost lives & damage both sides. Only way forward is for Russia to de-escalate & engage in meaningful discussions"
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New Ukraine security alert from US embassy today cites 'Concerning reports of further unusual Russian military activity near Ukraine's borders and in occupied Crimea' & advises 'U.S. citizens to reconsider travel to Ukraine due to increased threats from Russia'
Russian Deputy FM Grushko: Russia will take all measures, including military-technical, to ensure its security
Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia Grushko said that Ukraine was discussed with NATO, the Russian Federation has a clear position: if Minsk-2 is implemented, there will be no threats to the territorial integrity of Ukraine
Russian Foreign Ministry: further NATO expansion carries risks that will outweigh this expansion
Senior admin officials say the US has finalized sanctions options in the event that Russia invades Ukraine. The Biden administration has sanctions targets and implementation measures "ready to go to be issued when those tanks cross the border," one official said
USAF E-8 running a track in the Black Sea, watching Russian activity in Krasnodar and Crimea2 year ago
USAF E-8 running a track in the Black Sea, watching Russian activity in Krasnodar and Crimea
Military echelon between Kazan' and Moscow
.@DeputySecState: "I think one of the things that Russia has done, which it probably did not expect, it has brought all of Europe, NATO and non-NATO allies alike, together to share the same set of principles, the same ambition, the same hopes and the same commitment to diplomacy"
.@DeputySecState said she heard Russia's concerns about security "loud and clear" in NATO meeting, but notes they are a powerful country, so "the fact they feel threatened by Ukraine is hard to understand frankly"
Sherman: "There was no commitment to deescalate [from Russia]. Nor was there a statement that there would not be"
Sherman: "We were basically saying to the Russians, some of the things you put on the table are non-starters for us." "We are not going to agree that NATO cannot expand any further. We are not going to agree to go back to 1997"
"Escalation does not create optimal conditions for diplomacy, to say the least," says @DeputySecState Sherman after the NATO-Russia Council. She says Russia has created the crisis of today and it's for Russia to "make a stark choice" to turn toward diplomacy
NATO & US allies made clear to Russia today that they "will not slam the door shut" on NATO's open door policy says @DeputySecState forcefully. Worth noting that this NATO-Russia council meeting was the first since 2019
"Today's meeting was truly a remarkable expression of the power of diplomacy," @DeputySecState says after NATO-Russia Coucil meeting. She says the NATO allies spoke in "complete unity"
"There is a real risk for new armed conflict in Europe," Stoltenberg says, declining to specify whether he believes the risk is heightened or lessened after today's talks
Russia's representatives "made it clear that they needed some time to come back to NATO with an answer" on the prospect of future meetings - Stoltenberg
NATO General-Secretary Stoltenberg says after meeting with Russia that it does not have a veto on whether Ukraine can become a member
Russia has military forces in Georgia, in Ukraine and in Moldova, and they are not wanted and uninvited. NATO is engaged in dialogue with Russia, but it will not compromise on sovereignty and territorial integrity of its partners - NATO SecGen @jensstoltenberg
"We are ready to sit down" on arms control but Russia made clear today it's not ready to schedule such meetings, @jensstoltenberg tells reporters
NATO Secretary General: We agreed with Russia to hold more talks
"It is only Ukraine and 30 allies that can decide when Ukraine can become a NATO member. No one else can, and of course Russia does not have a veto," Stoltenberg tells reporters
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says today's meeting was "useful," notes that it is even important to meet "when tensions are high"