The United States has sent 12,000 troops to Russia
WASHINGTON: Russia and Ukraine have been at loggerheads for the past 17 days. However, the two countries have not yet succeeded in stopping the war. Western nations, including the United States, have been involved in the war. U.S. President Joe Biden has reacted sharply to Russia. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture. Russia has also sent 12,000 troops under siege. As a result, the war is in full swing.
“We will protect every inch of every area of NATO,” said US President Joe Biden. In addition, he insisted on not waging World War III in Ukraine. He reportedly sent troops to Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania and Romania near the Russian border. Biden said Russian President Vladimir Putin could not win the war against Ukraine. The Ukrainians have also shown courage and courage in the face of Russian military aggression. So the United States will not back down from its defense. We will continue to support Ukraine. At the same time, we stand shoulder to shoulder with our allies in Europe and will continue to do so. I have sent 12,000 troops to the Russian border for siege. These troops will surround Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania and Romania. “If we take revenge, there will be a third world war,” Biden said. But we are determined to protect NATO. However, he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat Lukashenko’s government.
“We will try to increase our financial pressure on Putin and be able to isolate Russia globally,” Biden said in a threatening tone. He added that U.S. pilots and U.S. troops were traveling by plane and tanks. Biden said Russia should not take it as a joke. Biden said the G-4 countries have taken steps to impose sanctions on Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.