'Decisive' action if Russia attacks; Biden assures Ukraine


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Biden has held talks with Ukrainian President Jelensky as the United States and its Western allies prepare for a series of diplomatic meetings to reduce tensions.


US President Joe Biden recently spoke by telephone with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. This time, Biden discussed the growing presence of Russian troops on the border with Ukraine. "If Russia invades Ukraine, the United States and its allies will take decisive action," he told the Ukrainian president.

Remarkably, Joe Biden has interacted with Ukrainian President Jelensky as the United States and its Western allies prepare for a series of political meetings to reduce tensions.


In a statement, White House Press Secretary Jane Sackie said in a statement that after the talks between Biden and Jelensky, "Russia's attack on Ukraine will be a decisive step against the United States and its allies and partners."




The United States has said it will not discuss any policy that could affect Europe without the advice of allies, while stating that "there is no action for you without you". "If Russia invades Ukraine, we will impose economic sanctions on it," Biden said.


Russia, on the other hand, has threatened to cut ties with the United States if the crisis continues. A few days ago, it was reported in the media that Russia had activated an ultra-secret anti-satellite weapon, Star Wars. The S550 is capable of attacking spacecraft, ballistic missiles and hypersonic targets at altitudes of thousands of kilometers, Defense Ministry sources were quoted as saying.



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