The White House confirmed that Washington does not intend to put any pressure on Ukraine to join NATO, stating that it will continue diplomatic work with Russia.
“Our position is that we do not intend to pressure Ukraine or any other country to join or not join the alliance,” White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki told a briefing Tuesday. Said.
He added that “every country has the right to sovereignty and territorial integrity and has its own choice.”
He stressed that the United States will continue to work diplomatically with Russia, but has nothing to disclose about the possibility of new contacts between US Presidents Joe Biden and Russian Vladimir Putin.
Commenting on Biden’s statements that Washington would respond to Russia in the event of a “hit” on US citizens in Ukraine, Psaki said that Biden did not provide any specific information about possible attacks on Americans in Ukraine.
“There will be serious risks to civilians in the event of a Russian attack. I think he meant it,” he said.
To Ukrainian authorities and banks son Regarding the cyberattacks, Psaki said Washington was not ready to make any assessments about who might be behind them.
It is noteworthy that Biden made statements about the situation in Ukraine, warned against any attack on Ukrainian soil and threatened Russia with sanctions.
It should be noted that Moscow has repeatedly denied Western accusations of preparing an “attack” on Ukraine and denied that it had such plans.
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