He revealed that “UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres believes that all concerned countries must do everything in their power to reduce tension around Ukraine.”
Earlier, the US State Department announced that a meeting between Blinken and Lavrov is scheduled to take place in Geneva on January 21, while the Russian Foreign Ministry confirmed that work is underway to organize the meeting soon.
The relationship between Western countries and Russia has been tense due to the Russian military build-up on Ukraine’s borders, which accuses Russia of mobilizing Russian forces with the aim of “invading” Ukraine, while the Russian side accuses Kiev of deliberately escalation in the Donbass region, which is under the control of loyalists to the Russian Federation. Moscow in eastern Ukraine, by practicing “racism” against the Russians, also accused NATO of planning to expand its presence on the border with Russia.
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