NATO Secretary-General, Jens Stoltenberg, speaking at Munich Security Conference said all signs are pointing towards a ‘full-fledged’ attack on Ukraine by Russia.
He claims that the risk of an attack is ‘very high’, which mirrors the view of world leaders including US president, Joe Biden ,and UK prime minister, Boris Johnson.
He added that Russia is planning a full-fledged attack on Ukraine, and the risk of attack is very ‘high.’
Western countries claim that Russia has deployed at least 150 thousand of its troops near the border of Ukraine, but Russia has repeatedly rejected any plans to invade Ukraine.
Meanwhile, Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine yesterday began a mass evacuation of citizens, citing fears of a Ukrainian offensive.
Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, called for Russian president, Vladimir Putin, to meet him and find out resolution to the crisis.
So far Moscow has not responded the request of Zelenskyy.
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