Biden warned that he would not accept Putin's “red lines” in Ukraine

“I & nbsp; will not & nbsp; accept anybody's red lines”, & nbsp; & mdash; Biden said.

When asked how to prevent a “Russian invasion of Ukraine,” the US President also added that he expects to have a long conversation with Putin.

“We have long known about & nbsp; Russian actions and & nbsp; that & nbsp; & nbsp; we will have a long conversation & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; said Biden.

At the & nbsp; forum “ Russia is Calling '' Putin said that the & nbsp; “ red lines '' for & nbsp; Moscow will place weapons on & nbsp; the territory of a neighboring country and & nbsp; other threats to state security.

Western media and & nbsp; politicians in & nbsp; recently began to assert that & nbsp; Moscow allegedly concentrates troops on the & nbsp; border with & nbsp; Ukraine. As Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov pointed out, Russia is moving its armed forces within & nbsp; within its territory and & nbsp; at & nbsp; its discretion & nbsp; & mdash; it does not & nbsp; threaten anyone and & nbsp; no one & nbsp; should worry.

In & nbsp; Moscow emphasized that & nbsp; statements about & nbsp; “ Russian aggression '' are used as a pretext for & nbsp; building up the NATO contingent in & nbsp; border regions.