Russia moves troops to eastern Ukraine, says NATO member

Russia moved its troops and tanks to the eastern borders of Ukraine, They are the same places that were recognized by Russian President Vladimir Putin the day before yesterday as independent territories.

“According to the information I have, Putin is moving additional troops and tanks to the occupied Donbass,” said Latvian Prime Minister Arturs Krisjanis Karenz. CNN International. According to the radio, US intelligence sources confirmed this information. “By any definition, this is a transit from a sovereign territory to a neighboring country,” he added.

Donbass is the region where the self-governing republics of Donetsk and Lugansk are located, which, in addition to being recognized by Putin, began to receive Russian troops after President to say he will send peace missions.

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According to information from a senior American official, it was transmitted to CNN InternationalRussia has deployed one tactical group into two battalions, each averaging about 800 soldiers.

Yesterday the President of the United States, Joe BidenHe described Moscow’s recent moves as “the beginning of a Russian invasion,” But he considered that the “worst” could still be avoided.

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