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Putin has warned of 'military-technical response' if Russia's security concerns ignored.

2022-01-28 4:30:00 AM

Putin has warned of 'military-technical response' if Russia's security concerns ignored.

The White House says U.S. President Joe Biden warned Ukraine's president Thursday that there is a 'distinct possibility' Russia could take military action against Ukraine in February. The Kremlin likewise sounded a grim note, saying it saw 'little ground for optimism' in resolving the crisis.

Biden warns Ukraine of 'distinct possibility' of Russian invasion in FebruaryThe White House says U.S. President Joe Biden warned Ukraine's president Thursday that there is a "distinct possibility" Russia could take military action against Ukraine in February. The Kremlin likewise sounded a grim note, saying it saw "little ground for optimism" in resolving the crisis.

Social SharingKremlin says there is 'little ground for optimism' in resolving ongoing crisisThe Associated PressPosted: Jan 27, 2022 3:42 PM ET | Last Updated: 1 hour agoU.S. offers no concessions in response to Russian demands to head off new conflict

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US offers no concessions in response to Russia on UkrainePresidential advisers from Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany reached no breakthrough in talks over the long-running Ukraine conflict Wednesday, but promised to meet for new talks in two weeks in Berlin.

World Biden warns Ukraine of 'distinct possibility' of Russian invasion in February The White House says U.S. President Joe Biden warned Ukraine's president Thursday that there is a "distinct possibility" Russia could take military action against Ukraine in February. The Kremlin likewise sounded a grim note, saying it saw "little ground for optimism" in resolving the crisis. Social Sharing Kremlin says there is 'little ground for optimism' in resolving ongoing crisis The Associated Press Posted: Jan 27, 2022 3:42 PM ET | Last Updated: 1 hour ago U.S. offers no concessions in response to Russian demands to head off new conflict 12 hours ago Duration 5:51 The U.S. and NATO have given their formal responses to Russia's demands that NATO pull back its troops and bar Ukraine from ever joining the organization. The response was not made public, but U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said it contained 'core principles' on Ukraine's sovereignty. 5:51