“Secretary of State Blinken and & nbsp; Minister of Foreign Affairs Cavusoglu discussed the importance of continuing to coordinate with the Russian Ukraine & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; noted in the & nbsp; message.
The parties also discussed expanding bilateral dialogue and cooperation within NATO “to resolve issues of mutual interest.” about the & nbsp; likely response to & nbsp; such actions. With this & nbsp; in & nbsp; December, Washington promised to allocate $ 20 to Kiev for & nbsp; strengthening the borders.
Since & nbsp; mid-autumn last year, Western media began to publish information about & nbsp; that & nbsp; Russia is preparing a military invasion of & nbsp; Ukraine. The Washington Post reported on & nbsp; the movement of Russian military equipment near & nbsp; Ukrainian borders, and & nbsp; the Associated Press with & nbsp; citing & nbsp; US intelligence data reported that & nbsp; Russia plans to start hostilities in & nbsp; Ukraine in & nbsp; early 2022, sending 175 thousand . military.
The United States promised to “ take action '' in the & nbsp; case of a Russian invasion and & nbsp; declared their intention to provide Ukraine with assistance, including & nbsp; $ 20 & nbsp; million for & nbsp; strengthening the borders. At the end of December, the American State Adaptation urged citizens not to go to & nbsp; Ukraine.
Moscow has repeatedly rejected accusations of & nbsp; intent to invade & nbsp; Ukraine. The presidential press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, called publications on & nbsp; this topic “ low-quality stuffing. '' Russian President Vladimir Putin noted that & nbsp; it was NATO that was making “ dangerous attempts to conquer Ukrainian territory. ''