Ukraine is surrounded on three sides by more than one lakh Russian forces. A deadlock continued on Tuesday, the second day of talks between Russia and the US in Geneva amid fears of a Russian siege and an attack on Ukraine. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Rybakov made a one-point condition to US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman. Russia says that the US should not include Ukraine in the military organization NATO.
According to Russian sources, they want a clear solution with the US. Actually, Russia’s NATO forces have to be kept away from their doors. The US has not yet made any promises about Ukraine’s inclusion in NATO. Russian forces surround Ukraine with Soloty and Boguchar in the eastern sector and Pochep in the northern region. Military experts say that Russia is constantly increasing its military mobilization on the border of Ukraine. Additional troops are also deployed.
Expert – Former US President Bill Clinton and Obama’s advisor to Europe, Prof. Charles caption
India has a chance to mediate between Western countries-Russia
Pro. Charles Kaption is currently a professor at the Walsh School of Foreign Service and Department of Government in the US. He says that India has a chance to mediate between Western countries and Russia in this standoff. If US sanctions are imposed, Russia may lean towards China. K Ritesh Shukla Prof. Excerpts from the conversation with the caption…
If sanctions are imposed on Russia, only China will get the benefit.
India has trouble with military parts
Sanctions on Russia may make it difficult for India to get Sukhoi aircraft and other military parts. Referring to relations with Russia, India can play a role in averting the deadlock.
America will not join the war yet
If America imposes economic sanctions on Russia in the event of war, then China will benefit from it. America would not want this. America does not want to be directly involved in the war.
Putin no longer supported in Ukraine
Eastern Ukraine was once pro-Putin. The situation has changed since Russia’s invasion of Crimea in 2014. The people of Ukraine have now elected anti-Russian governments.
Europe’s weak pulse is Russian gas
In the event of sanctions, Russia may halt gas supplies to Europe as a countermeasure. This will affect America’s allies European countries. Russia supplies 40% of the gas to Europe.