Russia rejects ‘plot’ to replace Ukrainian leader U.S. fears, ban on civilian travel
Russia rejects ‘weapon plot’ – AP reported on January 24 to keep an eye on the tense situation between Russia with Ukraine which implied violence After the US State Department ordered the families of all US embassy officials in Kiev to leave Ukraine. The embassy staff in the non-essential department can return to the country at the expense of the government.
The move comes amid concerns Russia will launch an invasion of Ukraine. After discussions between Mr. Anthony Blinken, US Secretary of State and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Geneva, Switzerland. On Friday, Jan. 21, it was ineffective, while the Russian army continued to mobilize more than 100,000 troops on the border with Ukraine.
A US State Department official said The embassy in Kiev will remain open. The announcement was not an evacuation order. The authorities have been considering it for some time and the order does not reflect the US loosening its support for Ukraine.
“Security conditions Especially along the Ukrainian border in the Crimea area occupied by Russia. and in eastern Ukraine that Russia controls It is unpredictable and can get worse without warning.”
There could also be protests that have turned into violence throughout Ukraine. including in Kiev The US State Department raised its travel ban on Ukraine. due to the covid-19 situation continues to spread tensions with Russia and unrest in society
On Sunday, the Russian foreign ministry denied allegations by British authorities that it contained information that pointed to the Russian government’s efforts to turn Ukraine into a pro-Russian figure. Mr Yevhen Murayev Former Member of the Ukrainian House of Representatives is the right person to be the new leader
Mr Murayev said in an interview via Skype that British claims are ridiculous and ridiculous. He was denied entry to Russia in 2018 because it posed a threat to Russia’s security. After a conflict with prominent Ukrainian politician Victor Medvedchak, a friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Although the Nachi Party to which Mr Murayev is affiliated is the name of the political youth movement in Russia and its seat is meant to support Russia. But Mr Murayev stressed that the days of pro-Western and pro-Russian support in Ukraine are over forever. He supported Ukraine’s neutral status. and that the struggle for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) would equate to continuing the war.