US President Joe Biden has agreed to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin to avert the Ukraine crisis. However, before the meeting, Biden wants Putin to promise not to attack Ukraine. If all goes well, the two may meet at the end of this week. According to the New York Times report, a White House official said, the timing and issues of this meeting have not yet been decided. At the same time, another officer completely ruled out such a possibility. While issuing a statement, the White House also informed that President Biden will discuss the situation in Russia and Ukraine with the G7 leaders.

Now Russia is also in danger

Amidst the ongoing tension with Ukraine, disturbing news has come to the fore for Russia. The American Embassy in Russia has issued a warning of attack on many cities including Moscow, St Petersburg. According to media reports, shopping centers, railway and metro stations and public places may be attacked in many cities of Russia amid the ongoing tension with Ukraine. “Important security alert from US mission to Russia,” US Embassy spokesman Jason Rebholz wrote in a press release on social media.

Prepare an exit plan from Russia The
American Embassy said in an alert – Avoid going to crowded places, share information about your security with friends and family. Be alert on tourist places and have a plan to exit Russia. Along with this, the embassy has appealed to US citizens to carry original identity cards, which include Russian visa and American passport.

Biden and Macron spoke on the phone On
Sunday, Biden discussed with French President Macron the diplomatic effort being made to stop Russia’s military development. President Biden spoke on the phone today with French President Emmanuel Macron, a statement issued by the White House said. The two leaders discussed diplomatic efforts being made in response to Russia’s military build-up, as well as expressed their support for upholding Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

Order to attack Ukraine

Russia and France have agreed that tensions over the Ukraine dispute should now be de-escalated amid rising tensions in Eastern Europe.

Russia and France have agreed that tensions over the Ukraine dispute should now be de-escalated amid rising tensions in Eastern Europe.

According to a New York Times report, Putin last week ordered Russian forces to attack Ukraine. After which Joe Biden made a public announcement about this. However, US officials declined to provide further details.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken once again accused Russia of continuing the false flag operation. At the same time, it has also been told in a warning that a variety of scripts have been made to fabricate an excuse for war on behalf of Russia, due to which it is not yet clear what kind of Russian attack will be next.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken accused Russia of continuing aggressive activities.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken accused Russia of continuing aggressive activities.

Russia can start a full scale war
The American Intelligence report released on Friday has said that 40% to 50% of the 1.50 lakh Russian soldiers stationed near Ukraine can start a full scale war soon. Officials said – Russia has been its for war to Ukraine by attacking the border line, although now there is no concrete information about its next step.

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