TeaHe was supposed to help defuse the steady drudgery of another potential war in Ukraine from talks between Anthony Blinken and Sergei Lavrov in Stockholm. Instead it ended after just 40 minutes amid accusations and accusations, with no sign of a road-map from the escalating and incendiary crisis.
The Russian foreign minister warned of a conflict that would draw in other states and leave Europe facing a “nightmare of military confrontation”. Blinken responded that “the United States and our allies and partners are deeply concerned by the evidence that Russia has planned significant offensive measures against Ukraine, including attempts to destabilize Ukraine from within and large-scale military operations.” Are included”.
The Kremlin has proposed another summit between Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden. Washington is said to be wary of the possibility of the Russian president using it to call for unacceptable conditions on Ukraine, its ties with NATO and wider Western military cooperation.
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