MOSCOW (Reuters) – Ukraine has become embroiled in tensions and tensions between the United States and Russia over its interference in the presidential election, with both countries blaming each other and threatening each other.
According to the international news agency, US President Joe Biden has expressed anger over Russia’s intervention in Ukraine and said that if Russia takes military action, it will help Ukraine.
US President Joe Biden has urged Russia to refrain from attacks, adding that it would do everything possible to thwart Russian attacks on Ukraine.
It is believed that the US intelligence agency had reported on the basis of intelligence that Russia was planning to invade Ukraine early next year.
Ukraine and NATO have previously threatened to invade Russia.
Russia, meanwhile, has called US threats “interference in the country’s internal affairs” and said that “some people want to attack Russia’s national security under the pretext of attacking Ukraine.”
The conflict between Russia and Ukraine began in 2014, when Russia backed a separatist uprising in Ukraine’s eastern industrial region of Donbass.