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Putin warns: NATO missile deployment in Ukraine - Red line - Walla! News news World news Europe Putin warns: NATO missile deployment in Ukraine - red line Tags Vladimir Putin Reuters Tuesday, 30 November 2021, 22:37 Updated: 22:38 Share on Facebook Share on WhatsApp Share on general Share on general Share on Twitter Share on Email 0 comments Russian President Vladimir Putin warned today (Tuesday) that Moscow would respond if NATO deployed advanced missile systems i



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Tuesday, 30 November 2021, 22:37 Updated: 22:38

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Russian President Vladimir Putin warned today (Tuesday) that Moscow would respond if NATO deployed advanced missile systems in Ukraine, amid growing tensions between the two countries. Russia's new military against its western neighbor will charge it a 'heavy price.



' Just imagine, "Putin said." What will be done in such a scenario? We will have to create something similar in relation to those who threaten us in this way. And we can do that now, "said Putin, referring to Russia's latest experiment with a supersonic missile that he claims flew at nine times the speed of sound.



Ukraine, a former Soviet republic now seeking to join the European Union and NATO, has become the line of confrontation between Russia and the West, whose relations have deteriorated to the lowest since the end of the Cold War three decades ago. fighting the central government. at least 14 thousand people have been killed in the conflict, which still continues on the back burner.



But Russia denies the warnings West whereby it plans a military attack new. these concerns were partly due to the concentration of forces greater Russian borders Ukraine in recent weeks.



"Russia will pay "It will cost a fortune if it once again uses force against Ukraine, an independent state," NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg told reporters.US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken will brief his 29 allies on the intelligence information available to Washington.



"If Russia chooses escalating measures, it will cause great concern in the United States, and any new aggression will lead to serious consequences," Blinken warned. "We will be consulting closely with our NATO allies and partners in the coming days if we need to take further steps as an alliance to strengthen our defenses, our determination, our capabilities."



The British and German Foreign Ministers have said similar things. "Democracy is against Russia's malicious activities," said British Foreign Secretary Liz Trass.



At the same time, Ukrainian Prime Minister Dennis Shmigel today echoed President Vladimir Zalanski's remarks, accusing Moscow of trying to overthrow the government through a coup, although the Kremlin denies it. He added that Ukraine would request additional weapons from the United States.



This is the second time this year that Russia has concentrated many forces on Ukraine's borders.

In May, about 100,000 soldiers were deployed near it, the largest number since the occupation of Crimea.

According to Ukraine, more than 90,000 Russian troops are now concentrated within the country's borders.

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