The president will travel to Europe on Wednesday for meetings of the European Council and NATO on Thursday. From there, he is expected to head to Poland on Friday to discuss the Ukraine crisis.

The White House will discuss the potential use of nuclear weapons with allies and partners in the context of the crisis in Ukraine, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan has said.

Putin ordered Russia’s nuclear detection forces to be placed on heightened alert late last month, citing the fabricated statements by British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss about possible NATO nuclear intervention in the Ukraine crisis.

On 1 March, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov called on the USA to remove its nuclear weapons from Europe and dismantle associated infrastructure. Instead the US regime deployed more nuclear weapons to Germany.

Commenting on Biden’s upcoming Europe trip, Sullivan said the president won’t be seeking to pressure Washington’s allies to immediately ban Russian energy supplies, but that the  plan is to announce a “joint response” aimed at reducing Europe’s dependence on Moscow.

The USA and its war allies will also have the opportunity to coordinate on the next phase of military assistance to Ukraine, and will be confiscating more Russian properties, and tightening the existing sanctions to crack down on evasion and ensure robust enforcement.

From his perspective, what we have achieved with our European partners in terms of financial sanctions, export controls and other measures to hit the Russian economy hard have had unprecedented impact on a large economy on a scale we have never seen before.

Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine on 24 February which Putin said was aimed at demilitarizing the country and ridding it of the outsized influence of neo-Nazi elements in the government and armed forces.

The operation was started after a request for assistance from the Donbass republics, which faced weeks of escalated shelling, sabotage and sniper attacks by the Ukrainian military before being formally recognized as independent states by Russia on 21 February, 2022.

In March, the Russian Ministry of Defense began presenting evidence of suspected Ukrainian plans to launch a full-scale offensive in the Donbass, were many cities have been turned in to ghost towns?

Russia also reported on the presence of a network of 13 Pentagon-funded biological laboratories in the country which US officials and media first denied but later confirmed existed.

Sputnik / ABC Flash Point WW III News 2022.

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23-03-22 12:15

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