April 7th – Russian News Agency reported on the 6th that the U.S. government wants to engage in dialogue with Russia on the deployment of Russian troops at the border, and demanded that Russia stop the escalation of the situation in Ukraine. Ruslan Baribek, a member of the Russian State Duma, refuted that the United States seemed to want to be a “peacemaker” in Russia-Ukrainian relations, but the hypocritical face was obvious.
On the 5th, the U.S. government asked Russia to explain the deployment of troops on the Russian-Ukraftish border. A spokesman for the U.S. State Department said he was willing to open a dialogue with Russia, adding that the United States demanded that Russia stop its actions that led to the escalation of the situation in Ukraine. The United States is worried about Russia’s deployment of troops on the Russian-Ukraine border and the Crimean Peninsula.
In response, Ruslan Baribek, a member of the Russian State Duma, refuted that the United States wanted to act as a “peacemaker” between Russia and Ukraine, but its hypocritical face was very obvious.” The deadline for Ukraine to complete the Minsk Treaty is the only topic that can be discussed, and we believe that some adjustments to the Minsk Treaty are necessary. Baribek added that the United States was the leader of the escalation of the conflict in the Donbas region and promoted Ukraine’s military strengthening.
Earlier, U.S. President Biden and Ukrainian President Zelensky talked about “Russian troops deployed on the Russian-Ukraine border” in their first telephone call. Russian Presidential Press Secretary Peskov responded to this matter on the 5th: “This Russian military operation is to protect national security and is carried out in the direction of need.” According to the Russian News Agency, Russia has said more than once that Russia will not participate in Ukraine’s national conflict, but hopes that Ukraine can solve the political and economic crisis.