Putin accuses NATO of ignoring Russian ‘warnings about red lines’

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(Worthy News) – Russian President Vladimir Putin accused NATO of ignoring Russian “red lines” in Ukraine and Eastern Europe, a habit that he blamed for raising the risk of a new crisis “tomorrow.”

“Indeed, we constantly express our concerns about these matters and talk about red lines,” Putin said Thursday, according to Kremlin transcript. “Our partners are peculiar in the sense that they have a very, how to put it mildly, superficial approach to our warnings about red lines.”

Putin addressed his foreign policy team against a backdrop of a humanitarian crisis in Belarus, where dictator Alexander Lukashenko has been accused of bringing thousands of migrants from the Middle East and driving them across the border in a bid to create a migration crisis for NATO members. That controversy has exacerbated unease about a potential eruption of violence between Russia and neighboring Ukraine, which has been locked in a war with Russia since 2014. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]

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