L ‘Wednesday Interview Not “effective” between Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin. The United States renewed its call at the G7 meeting in the United Kingdom on Saturday
Russia With a view to “rising reduction” of tensions
Ukraine, Ensuring that the major Western powers are prepared to impose “massive” sanctions on Moscow in the event of an attack.
A U.S. official who attended a meeting of foreign ministers in Liverpool, in the north of England, on Sunday promised that “more is possible.” Diplomacy This is the new Ukrainian crisis. To this end, the US government has announced that it will send its Under-Secretary of State for Europe Karen Danfried to Ukraine and Russia from Monday to Wednesday to seek “diplomatic progress” in ending the conflict in Donbass. Ukraine, “By implementing the Minsk agreements”.
Pressure on Russia
The agreements ended a 2015 war between Kiev forces and pro-Russian separatists in the Ukrainian region that erupted a year earlier. Not really respected. But the U.S. official warned that “if Russia decides not to take this diplomatic route, it will have” massive consequences and significant costs, and the G7 is fully integrated into this. “
“Not only the countries in the room, but even more democracies will join us in making Russia pay the price,” he added. Washington, Europeans and Kiev have been accusing Moscow of occupying Ukraine for weeks, which the Kremlin denies. These words echo the words of the American president. Joe Biden, Who on Tuesday “informed” his Russian ally
Vladimir Putin In the event of an attack on Ukraine, Russia will expose itself to “strong sanctions, including sanctions.”
Despite more intense tensions, the two leaders decided to work with their teams with follow-up meetings to see if a diplomatic expansion was possible. So the first step in this diplomatic process will be the visit of Karen Donfried. Diplomatic leaders from Germany, Canada, the United States, France, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom have discussed their position against the “global invaders” in more detail. G7.
“We must unite with force to confront the invaders who are trying to limit freedom and democracy,” said Liz Dres, head of British diplomacy at the start of the two-day meeting. We must speak with one voice in the face of “dictatorial regimes”, he added, on behalf of the major powers that claim to be part of the democratic camp. If it does not name these adversaries, these comments are part of the desire to involve the G7 in the Western strategy of confronting China’s aspirations on the world stage, especially the United States.