Biden intends to build alliances with other countries

Biden intends to build alliances with other countries

U.S. President Joe Biden has set his sights on building alliances with other countries. U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said this Tuesday at a news conference in Riga.

“Biden has set out to revitalize our alliances and partnerships and reaffirm our commitment to NATO,” he said. – Since 2015, we have provided more than $400 million in aid to Latvia to fund security, to strengthen its armed forces, and to improve its ability to operate side by side with NATO allies. In addition, NATO combat formations have been deployed to Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Poland. This cooperation is vital, and it remains vital in the face of Russia’s ongoing actions in Ukraine.”

Recently, there have been increasing statements in the West and in Ukraine about an alleged Russian “invasion” of Ukrainian territory. Russian presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov called such information an empty and groundless escalation of tension, stressing that Russia poses no threat to anyone. At the same time, he did not rule out the possibility of provocations to justify such statements and warned that attempts to resolve the problem in the southeast of Ukraine by force would have the most serious consequences.

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