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Putin Warns Biden Against Sanctions, Hints at Tough Retaliation, Ukraine Excluded from Main Talks

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Putin Warns Biden Against Sanctions, Hints at Tough Retaliation, Ukraine Excluded from Main Talks
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Statement by Press Secretary Jen Psaki on President Biden’s Phone Call with President Vladimir Putin of Russia

Statement by Press Secretary Jen Psaki on President Biden’s Phone Call with President Vladimir Putin of Russia | The White House

President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. spoke today with President Vladimir Putin of Russia. President Biden urged Russia to de-escalate tensions with Ukraine. He made clear that the United States and its allies and partners will respond decisively if Russia further invades Ukraine.

Background Press Call by a Senior Administration Official on President Biden’s Call with President Putin of the Russian Federation

Background Press Call by a Senior Administration Official on President Biden’s Call with President Putin of the Russian Federation | The White House

Via Teleconference 5:41 P.M. EST MODERATOR: Thank you. Good evening, everyone. And thanks for joining us. A reminder that this call will be on background, attributed to a “senior administration official,” and the contents are going to be embargoed until the conclusion of the call.

Telephone conversations with US President Joseph Biden

Telephone conversations with US President Joseph Biden

The conversation focused on the implementation of the agreement to launch negotiations on providing Russia with legally binding security guarantees, reached during the December 7 videoconference to launch negotiations on providing Russia with legally binding security guarantees.

Russian ambassador says no one should doubt Russia is determined to defend its security

Russian ambassador says no one should doubt Russia is determined to defend its security

WASHINGTON, December 31. /TASS/. No one should doubt Russia will defend its security interests, Russian amabassador to the US, Anatoly Antonov, said in an article published in Foreign Policy magazine on Thursday. “No one should doubt our determination to defend our security,” he said. “Everything has its limits,” he went on to say.

Putin said Russia needs results in security-guarantees talks, Biden agreed – Kremlin aide

Putin said Russia needs results in security-guarantees talks, Biden agreed – Kremlin aide

MOSCOW, December 31. /TASS/. US President Joe Biden agreed when Putin said Russia was seeking results in the talks on security guarantees, Kremlin Aide Yury Ushakov said on Friday. Putin told Biden about the principles that underlie Russia’s security proposals, the aide said.

Putin said Russia needs results in security-guarantees talks, Biden agreed – Kremlin aide

Putin said Russia needs results in security-guarantees talks, Biden agreed – Kremlin aide

MOSCOW, December 31. /TASS/. US President Joe Biden agreed when Putin said Russia was seeking results in the talks on security guarantees, Kremlin Aide Yury Ushakov said on Friday. Putin told Biden about the principles that underlie Russia’s security proposals, the aide said.

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JDD
JDD
January 1, 2022

Biden warned Putin of sanctions “if Russia further invades Ukraine.” Really, I didn’t know it had done so at all. Trick language.

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January 1, 2022

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Olivia Kroth
January 1, 2022
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It is constant back and forth, like a game of ping pong.

Olivia Kroth
January 1, 2022
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While Mr. Putin is playing political ping pong with Mr. Biden, Crimea is suffering from a lack of leadership. Broken roads, flooding of streets in coastal areas, unfinished buildings. Crimea is Russia’s “Wild West” – or rather “Wild South”.

The current Governor of Crimea is such an incompetent fool! When will do-no-gooder Sergey Aksenov be replaced by a competent professional?

Especially Simferopol is in urgent need of a good administration.

Olivia Kroth
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January 1, 2022

CRIMEAN NEWS MEDIA REPORTS: The head of the Russian administration of Simferopol, Valentin Demidov, resigned, admitting that he had failed to fulfill his tasks. What are the reasons for the dismissal of the head of the Russian administration in Simferopol?  Why do the leaders of the Russian administration in Simferopol change frequently?  Russian head of Crimea Sergey Aksenov called Demidov’s decision “an honest act.” “I believe that he acted responsibly, as a self-critical official who did not achieve the necessary results and admitted a flaw,” he said. Since 2014, Valentin Demidov has been the fifth head of the Russian administration… Read more »

Olivia Kroth
January 1, 2022
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On the home front, Mr. Putin puts pressure on his people. And that happens every day: people are asked to be “vaccinated”, threatened with QR passports and the number of “incidences” are announced every day on all TV channels of state propaganda.  Latest news: “Skvortsova doubts the end of the coronavirus pandemic in 2022. The coronavirus pandemic was originally believed to end in the summer of 2022, but given the accelerated process of infection, the forecast cannot be said to come true said the head of the Federal Medical and Biological Agency (FMBA), Veronika Skvortsova (former minister of health), on… Read more »

Olivia Kroth
January 1, 2022
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ZNAK reports: In Chelyabinsk, the overlap of a building under construction on Svoboda, 26, collapsed. The press center of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the region reported that there were no casualties. The incident occurred on Thursday afternoon, October 30, during the construction of the building.  “There was a message about the collapse of the second floor of the building under construction. Upon the arrival of the fire departments, it was established that during the production of pouring the floor of the 2nd floor, there was a collapse of the scaffolding and the ceiling – freshly poured concrete. There are no… Read more »

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January 1, 2022
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ZNAK reports: In the Chelyabinsk Region, prices for the Lastochka high-speed electric train will rise from January 1 In the Chelyabinsk region, from January 1, ticket prices for the Lastochka high-speed electric train will rise.  The biggest rise in price – from 390 to 470 rubles – will occur on the Chelyabinsk – Troitsk route.  Information on prices is published on the Russian Railways website. Transportation is carried out by the Sverdlovsk Suburban Company. “Lastochka from Troitsk to Chelyabinsk will rise in price by 20% from 390 to 470 rubles from January 1! Russian Railways, you are completely mortified, “wrote a… Read more »

Olivia Kroth
January 1, 2022
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ZNAK REPORTS ABOUT CAFES IN KURGAN GOING DOWN/ URALS REGION: “We are now not just on our knees, but have already dug our graves, all that remains is to lie down.” How bars, cafes and restaurants in Kurgan survived the second pandemic year Since the end of October 2021, entertainment events, discos and work from 23:00 to 6:00 have been banned, and a system of passes using QR codes has been introduced.  In December, all these restrictions were lifted. The Znak.com correspondent walked through the catering establishments and found out how they survived 2021.  In the Gogol coffee shop, they… Read more »

Olivia Kroth
January 1, 2022
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Mr. Putin said in his speech at the end of the year that he would further try to eliminate poverty in Russia.

Well, couldn’t he try to eliminate, bribery, corruption, deturning of state funds and fraud as well?

Especially in Crimea, all of these crimes are flourishing, under his “loyal ally”, the Crimean Governor Sergey Aksenov.

Olivia Kroth
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January 1, 2022

CRIMEA NEWS MEDIA REPORT: Waste and bribes in Aksenov’s team Two high-profile scandals in the ranks of the Russian authorities in Crimea erupted at the end of the year.  One of them concern the former Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian government of Crimea Yevgeny Kabanov and the former Minister of Construction and Architecture of Crimea Mikhail Khramov.  They are accused of large-scale fraud during the construction of a water conduit from the Ivanovsky water intake to the Mezhgorny hydroelectric complex . This water conduit was built as part of the Federal Target Program for the Social and Economic Development… Read more »

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January 1, 2022
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CRIMEAN NEWS MEDIA REPORTS: Crimean floods. Will the victims be deprived of compensation? The most serious test for Crimea in 2021 were summer floods that flooded cities and villages.  Hundreds of houses, cars and infrastructure in Kerch, Yalta, the Leninsky and Bakhchisarai districts have suffered from the downpours that led to floods. Residents of the village of Kuibyshevo in the Bakhchisarai region – one of the most affected by the disaster – claim that they have not yet received the promised compensation from the authorities for the damage suffered. And the Usmanov family, who had been granted such compensation, now… Read more »

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