Biden Warns Vladimir Putin Of Unprecedented Sanctions If Ukraine Attacked
Posted by harsh sultayia on December 9th, 2021
Washington President Joe Biden said Wednesday he is advised President Vladimir Putin that Moscow will face profitable warrants\"like none he is ever seen\"should Russian colors concentrated on the Ukrainian border launch an attack.
The dramatic warning came a day after Biden and Putin talked for two hours by videotape link, and the US leader said his Russian counterpart got\"the communication.\"
\"I made it veritably clear if in fact he invades Ukraine there will be severe consequences, severe consequences-- profitable consequences like none he is ever seen or ever have been seen,\"Biden told journalists at the White House.
But Biden added that transferring US colors to defy Russia was\"not on the table.\"
Adding to politic pressure on the Kremlin leader, new German Chancellor Olaf Scholz advised of\" consequences\"for the Nord Stream 2 channel, a huge Russian design to deliver natural gas to Germany.
The White House has suggested that stopping the Nord Stream 2 channel could be part of an profitable response, although the issue is controversial in Europe, which relies heavily on Russian energy coffers.
France\'s foreign ministry said in a statement that Russia would face\"strategic and massive consequences.\"
And US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said he would heard a analogous communication during addresses with the chairman of the European Council, Charles Michel.
They\" agreed on the need to put nippy and severe costs on Russia if it escalates its aggression in Ukraine,\"State Department spokesperson Ned Price said.
Russia\'s tone- defense argument
Putin, still, justified Russia\'s movement of over to colors to the border of Ukraine as a protective measure amid fears in the Kremlin that the one- time Soviet democracy is being pulled into NATO\'s sphere.
\"Russia has a peaceful foreign policy, but has the right to defend its security,\"Putin said at a news conference with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
\"We can not but be concerned about the prospect of Ukraine\'s possible admission to NATO, because this will really be followed by the deployment of applicable military contingents, bases and munitions that hang us,\"he said.
The Russian leader stressed that NATO expanding eastwards is a\" veritably sensitive\" issue for Moscow.
Ukraine\'s Western- leaning government wants to join the NATO service alliance but is nowhere close to being admitted.
Russian colors formerly enthrall Ukraine\'s Crimea promontory and Russian- backed separatist forces have sculpted out apro-Moscow home covering a swath of eastern Ukraine.
Biden said that in addition to profitable measures, a new Russian attack on Ukraine would spark a bolstered US military presence on the home of being NATO abettors in eastern Europe.
\"We\'d presumably be needed to support our presence in NATO countries to assure particularly those in the eastern front. In addition to that, I made it clear that we\'d give a protective capability to the Ukrainians as well,\"he said.
The United States formerly works nearly with the Ukrainian service and has handed millions of bones in artillery. Still, Biden said that transferring US colors to defend Ukraine without NATO agreement was ruled out for now.
\"The idea the United States is going to unilaterally use force to defy Russia overrunning Ukraine isn\'t on the cards right now,\"Biden said.\"We\'ve a moral obligation and a legal obligation to our NATO abettors under Composition Five. It\'s a sacred obligation. That obligation doesn\'t extend to. Ukraine.\"
\"But it would depend upon what the rest of the NATO countries were willing to do as well,\"Biden said, putatively leaving the door to intervention open just a crack.
Regarding Russia\'s contention that NATO expansion into its former Soviet fortresses poses a trouble, Biden said Moscow and the major NATO abettors were working at a high position on\"whether or not we could work out any lodgment as it relates to bringing down the temperature along the eastern front.\"
Ukraine\'s President Volodymyr Zelensky, who has said he\'s ready to negotiate with Putin, ate Tuesday\'s videotape peak.
\"I suppose it\'s positive that the chairman of the United States spoke with the chairman of Russia,\" said Zelensky, who\'s due to hold addresses with Biden on Thursday.