The U.S. continues to follow the Russian forces near the borders of Ukraine. According to Pentagon, Russia has withdrawn part of troops; however, the risk remains as Voice of America reported citing Pentagon’s Spokesperson John Kirby.
The official believes that it is too early to talk about de-escalation with certainty.
“We have seen a particular step-back of some forces from Ukraine,” Kirby stated.
He also noted that the American military “will follow it closely”.
“It is too early to talk about it and take literally the Russian statements that events they called exercises have finished and they return forces,” he added.
On April 22, it was reported that Russia is withdrawing troops from the borders of Ukraine to places of permanent stationing.
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