(Worthy News) – U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken took a hardline stance against Russia ahead of talks in Geneva by declaring the nation needed to choose between “dialogue” and “confrontation.”
Russia has faced allegations of provocation after satellite images released Nov. 8 showed roughly 90,000 troops at Ukraine’s border. That number fluctuated up to 100,000 and back down over the following two months as Russia and the U.S. postured ahead talks in Geneva set to start Sunday.
“There’s a path of dialogue and diplomacy to try to resolve some of these differences and avoid a confrontation,” Blinken told CNN’s “State of the Union.” “The other path is confrontation and massive consequences for Russia if it renews its aggression on Ukraine.”
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