President BidenJoe Biden Austin on possible Russian invasion of Ukraine: ‘I don’t think it’s a hoax’ Energy & Nightlife – Situation in Russia could exacerbate gas prices on money – Fed puts strict limits on deals by top officials More The White House press secretary will hold a National Security Council meeting on Ukraine on Sunday Jin PsakiJane Psaki National Defense and Security Night-Biden ‘Convinced’ Russia Will Invade Ukraine Republicans Criticize Biden’s Rejection of Service Members’ Accounts of Afghanistan Withdrawal Presidency of Deaf Joe Biden More He said in a statement at. Saturday.
President Biden continues to monitor the development of the situation in Ukraine, and is regularly updated on events on the ground by his own national security team. They reiterated that Russia could launch an attack on Ukraine at any time.
Psaki also added that the president received an update on Vice President Harris’ meetings at the Munich Security Conference.
Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky chirp Earlier on Saturday, he had an “urgent conversation” with him. French President Emmanuel MacronEmmanuel Jean-Michel Macron What the United States can learn from France’s withdrawal from Mali US officials say Russia’s announced military retreat was a deliberate ploy for France to call in troops from Mali More.
Aware of the worsening situation on the front lines, our losses and the bombing of international politicians and journalists. Discuss the need and possible ways for an immediate de-escalation and political-diplomatic settlement,” Zelensky said.
The development comes as officials estimate that up to 190,000 Russian soldiers have been massed near the Ukrainian border. Earlier this week, Russia claimed to have withdrawn some of its forces, but NATO and US officials said that Russia appears to be doing the opposite.
During the Munich Security Conference on Saturday, US officials reiterated that Russia would suffer dire consequences if it invaded Ukraine.
“Let me be clear, I can say with absolute certainty that if Russia invades Ukraine, the United States, along with our allies and partners, will impose significant and unprecedented economic costs,” Harris He said in prepared statements.
“There is a price to be paid,” said the Speaker of the House Nancy PelosiNANCY PELOSI ON THE MONEY – Federal Reserve puts tight limits on deals by top officials Photos of the week: Ukraine, Super Bowl LVI and Penguins Congressional stock-trading bans should include pairs, lawmakers say more (D-California) He said during a press conference. “If he decides [invade]It won’t be long before the Russian people, unfortunately, will feel the effect [sanctions because of] Unsafe decisions made by their boss.”