Russia ‘moves blood supplies near Ukraine border’ fuelling invasion fears

1/28/2022 11:49:00 PM

The move is seen as a keen indicator of Russia's military preparedness

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The move is seen as a keen indicator of Russia 's military preparedness

Russia ’s military buildup near Ukraine has reportedly expanded to include supplies of blood along with other medical materials that would allow it to treat casualties.

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S. lieutenant general now with the Center for European Policy Analysis research institute. The Russian Defence Ministry did not immediately respond to a request for comment. This would, though, have a major negative impact for western investors with money in those Russian banks. A White House spokesperson did not immediately comment on any Russian movement of blood supplies but noted repeated public US warnings about Russian military readiness. The Pentagon declined to discuss intelligence assessments. The Guardian’s Moscow correspondent, Andrew Roth , walks Michael Safi through some of the possible outcomes should the Russian military invade Ukraine, and explains what kinds of diplomatic off-ramps might be available to tamp down the crisis.

The three US officials who spoke about the blood supplies declined to say specifically when the United States detected their movement to formations near Ukraine. This could involve, in particular, semiconductor microchips, which are used in everything from cars to smart phones, machine tools to consumer electronics. However, two of them said it was within recent weeks. Russian officials have repeatedly denied planning to invade. But Moscow says it feels menaced by Kiev’s growing ties with the West. The sales are huge source of revenue for the Kremlin. Eight years ago it seized Crimea and backed separatist forces who took control of large parts of eastern Ukraine.

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But such moves have had little impact on Russian policy, with Moscow - Europe’s main energy supplier - calculating that the West would stop short of steps serious enough to interfere with gas exports. MORE ABOUT .