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The Pentagon says it is unaware of the need for a hotline with Russia to resolve the conflict in Ukraine.

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Washington, (Sputnik)-Pentagon is unaware of the need for a conflict resolution line with Russia in Ukraine, as U.S. military officials are already in direct contact with Russian responders, Pentagon spokesman said. Man, John Kirby said on Friday.

“Ukraine has no conflict with Russia, but there are many lines of contact with Russia, including direct contact with Russian military leaders,” Kirby said at a press conference. “I don’t think we need a hotline for Ukraine because we are in direct contact with them.”

Tensions around Ukraine have intensified over the past few weeks after being made Russian Army accumulation Claims near the Ukrainian border and ready for aggression. Moscow has repeatedly denied the accusations of NATO’s military operations near the Russian border, which it considers a threat to national security. Russia has also confirmed that it has the right to move troops within its territory.
Officials from the United States, NATO and Russia attended a series of meetings this week to discuss bilateral issues and European security, with a focus on risk mitigation and arms control. Moscow announced a security plan for NATO and the United States in late 2021 due to heightened tensions around Ukraine. In particular, he requested that the alliance not expand to the east.The U.S. claims not to allow anyone to blame NATO The open door policy has been closed.



https://sputniknews.com/20220114/pentagon-says-does-not-see-need-for-hotline-with-russia-for-deconfliction-on-ukraine-1092265965.html The Pentagon says it is unaware of the need for a hotline with Russia to resolve the conflict in Ukraine.

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