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Russia has warned the United States against sanctions against Putin

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has warned that imposing US sanctions on Vladimir Putin would be tantamount to a breakdown in relations.

Briefly essentials

  • Russia has found clear words about US sanctions against Putin.
  • According to the Kremlin, such a decision would cross a line.

Russia is The United States has issued a stern warning against sanctions against heads of state Vladimir Putin To be composed.

“Imposing sanctions against A head of state Crossing a line that is tantamount to breaking ties, ”he said KremlinSpeaker Dmitry Peskov in Moscow on Thursday.

Moscow denies attack plans

United States and other western states Had Russia It has threatened massive sanctions in the event of an invasion of Ukraine over the past few weeks.

Senators of the Democratic Party of the United States President Joe Biden The bill introducing sanctions against Putin was tabled on Wednesday. Head of Government Mikhail Mistin, top military representatives and the Russian banking sector in the event of a Russian attack on Ukraine.

Moscow denies any plans for an attack. Peskov criticized the US senators’ move as not helping to create “a constructive environment” for international debate on the Ukraine conflict.

No progress has been made on the talks so far

Diplomatic efforts to defuse tensions will continue Thursday at the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Vienna. Wednesday for the first time in two years Then– With the Council of Russia. However, the discussions did not bring a breakthrough.

Representatives of the United States and Russia met for high-level talks in Geneva on Monday. Washington has again warned against a Russian invasion of Ukraine. The Then It also rejects Russia’s demand for security guarantees. The Kremlin Wants to prevent the military alliance from expanding further east and establishing US military bases in the states of the former Soviet sphere of influence.

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