Russia Warns US Of Relations Breakdown Between Nuclear Superpowers


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By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent Worthy

MOSCOW (Worthy News) – Russian President Vladimir has warned U.S. President Joe Biden that imposing new sanctions on Russia over Ukraine will completely break down relations between the two superpowers. Putin made the comments in a 50-minute phone call with Biden on Thursday.

The conversation between presidents Putin and Biden came amid the worst East-West standoff since the Cold officially ended three decades ago.

Putin massed more than 100,000 troops on the border with Ukraine and wants the U.S.-led alliance to pull back their forces in the region.

He also demands that Ukraine will not join NATO, but the alliance says it’s up to Kyiv to decide.

President Putin’s foreign policy adviser Yuri Ushakov said the Russian leader warned Biden to rethink sanctions. Putin noted that a U.S. threat to impose sanctions would lead to a breakdown in relations between the two nuclear superpowers.

adviser Ushakov quoted Putin telling Biden: “Russia would act as America would act if offensive weapons were placed near American borders.”

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President Putin also warned that any large-scale economic sanctions would be a “colossal mistake.”

However, the said Biden told Putin that the U.S. was ready to exact substantial economic pain through sanctions should Putin decide to invade Ukraine.

A White House statement stressed that Biden “made clear that the and its allies and partners will respond decisively” should that happen.

Despite sharp differences, Putin’s policy adviser claimed the conversation had created “a positive background” for further Russian-U.S in January.

But without compromises being announced, Ukraine and the region face a tense New Year.

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