Biden warns Ukraine’s President of ‘distinct possibility’ Russia could invade in February


Russia’s top diplomat has vowed that Vladimir Putin ‘won’t let [Russia’s] interests be rudely trampled on and ignored’ as the world waits to see how the strongman will respond after the US and NATO rejected his security demands around Ukraine. 

Sergei Lavrov, who has been leading negotiations with Washington, warned today that he sees ‘no room for compromise’ after reviewing letters sent to Putin by Secretary of State Antony Blinken and NATO chief Jens Stoltenburg, but added there are still…



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