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Biden rejected the slap attempts more sanctions on Russia – media

US President Joe Biden fired three plans to place more sanctions on Moscow this year while some officials become frustrated with its Russia policy, a report says.

Biden has transformed down the proposals of his National Security Council to impose more sanctions on Russia three times this year, claiming that the measures were “not hard enough”, Politico reported, citing two unnamed former US officials.

At the same time, the magazine said some US foreigners policy officials became frustrated with Biden’s general approach to Russia, which they believe “too soft and too cautious”.

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The Belarusian border crisis is one

The Belarusian border crisis is one

The Belarusian border crisis is a “distraction,” the United States claims

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken expressed concern last week in which Russia might consider invading Ukraine, but in later admitted that analysts in Washington “they have no clarity in Moscow’s intentions”. According to the media, the United States has reported its concerns to its EU allies.

Blinken told Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau in a telephone call that Belarus was using the refugee crisis on the Belarusian-Polish border “To distract from the activities of Russia on the border with Ukraine.”

Dmitry Peskov, a spokesperson for the Kremlin rejected the rumors of a Russian potential invasion like a groundless diet of tensions. “Russia poses no threat to anyone” He said.

Peskov said a precedent story from Politico who claimed that Russia was amassing troops near the border with Ukraine was “Low quality waste”. Satellite images published in Politics showed Russian military hardware near the border with Belarus, not Ukraine, he said.

The secretary of The National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, Aleksey Danilov, rejected the report on the alleged buildup of Russian troops like “Deliberate misinformation”.

The United States first penalties imposed on Russia in 2014, after Crimea voted to leave Ukraine e join Russia, and later introduced more restrictions over the alleged interference in the 2016 US presidential election.

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