US says Russia plans military offensive against Ukraine “in early 2022”

The president of United States, Joe Biden, has indicated that it will be “very very difficult” to the russian president Vladimir Putin launch a military operation in Ukraine. Thus, as a warning, Biden wanted to anticipate that US intelligence officials have been able to determine that Russia is really planning a military offensive against Ukraine. In addition, the US president has set a date: “It could start in early 2022”.

The intelligence services of the United States have even calculated that the Russians may go so far as to deployr about 175,000 troops, dof which almost 100,000 are already at various points near the border with Ukraine.

Apparently, the Pentagon has informed the Biden government that Russia’s plans would include the transfer of 100 battalion tactical groups, along with armored vehicles, artillery and equipment.

The disclosure came as Russia has insisted on its demands on Biden to guarantee that he will not be allowed to Ukraine join NATO.

US intelligence has also detected an increase in the use of agents and the media by Russia to denigrate Ukraine and NATO before a possible invasion, it has been added.

Several US media outlets that have had access to President Biden have indicated that they have asked him about information from the intelligence services and what his opinion was in this regard, to which President Joe Biden reiterated being “Deeply concerned about Russian stocks”

We have been aware of the actions of Russia for a long time, and my expectation is that we are going to have a long discussion with Putin, “Biden told the media.

Russia meanwhile condemns the EU, US and UK sanctions against Belarus

The Government of Russia has condemned this Saturday the new round of sanctions Illegitimate and inhumane»Imposed last Thursday by the United States, the European Union, the United Kingdom and Canada.

The measures affect dozens of individuals and entities in relation to the migration crisis on the border with Poland. The aforementioned, denounced the US Department of the Treasury, “have allowed the smuggling of migrants from the Belarusian regime to the European Uniona, have participated in the current repression of Human Rights and democracy and have financially propped up the regime.

The President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, had been accused of facilitating, in retaliation for previous sanctions for his disputed victory in the 2020 presidential elections, the arrival of thousands of refugees via this new land route and of pressuring them to cross the separation line. The president categorically denies these accusations.

“The sanctions imposed against Belarus”, lamented the Russian Foreign Ministry in a statement, “they have an obvious political background and are another example of interference in the internal affairs of a sovereign state.”

The Russian Government has thus urged the signatories of the sanctions to “Renounce the policy of double standards” and “apply a civilized approach to move to a practical solution to the migration crisis, in cooperation with the Government of Belarus,” the note concludes.


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