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The evacuation of diplomats in Ukraine – NATO’s power now

US and British diplomats have been ordered to leave Ukraine amid fears of a Russian invasion.

At the same time, NATO is sending more troops to protect Eastern Europe.

Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says: We will respond to all security threats.

Tensions between Western countries and Russia continues to increase.

Both the United States and the United Kingdom have chosen to send non-essential embassy staff from Ukraine to their countries Tasks A Russian attack is approaching.

announced on Monday then To strengthen the presence in the Baltic Sea with more warships and combat aircraft.

NATO will take all necessary measures to protect our allies, including strengthening the eastern parts of the alliance. We will respond to all threats to security in the region. Jens Stoltenberg in the current situation.

Ukrainian border forces are training.

The United States can send thousands of soldiers

At the same time, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is poised for a strong response, even if only one Russian soldier crosses the Ukrainian border in an “aggressive manner.”

The answer comes fast, hard and uniform from the US and Europe, says Anthony Blinken, says Anthony Blinken CNN.

according to The New York Times US President Joe Biden is considering sending thousands of troops to Eastern Europe and the Baltic states.

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko condemned NATO’s actions, saying they “demonize Russia” to justify its military activity in the east.

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according to Watchman Russian coastal cruisers were dispatched to the Baltic Sea in response to the increased NATO presence in the region.

European Union foreign ministers met on Monday in Brussels to discuss the deteriorating security situation.

– Foreign Secretary Anne Lind (S) told TT before entering the meeting that the situation remains dangerous and perhaps even more serious in recent days with various troop movements.

In the afternoon, she will also meet with Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

“The purpose is in part to give each other information about the analyzes we have and then be careful about what the Sweden-Finland line is in this and why some things are particularly important to Sweden and Finland,” says Linde.

Foreign Minister Anne Lindh at the European Union Foreign Ministers meeting in Brussels on Monday. In the background is her Finnish colleague Pekka Haavisto.

Lindy: I ​​have no intention of joining NATO

At the same time, she confirmed that Sweden has no plans to join NATO.

We currently have no intention of applying for NATO membership. Neither Finland nor Sweden has a large majority, which is also one of the conditions for becoming a NATO member, so this issue is not on the table at the moment, Linde answers a question from a Finnish journalist.

The European Union and the United States have pledged to impose coordinated and harsh sanctions on Russia if the aggression does not stop at the border. But what is required to move it has not been fully determined.

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It’s always difficult when it’s what we call hybrid warfare and you don’t know for sure who’s doing the specific attacks, says Lindy.

US Embassy in Ukraine.