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US, Greece discuss new sanctions against Russia over threat to Ukraine

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American and Greek diplomats also agreed to continue coordination between NATO allies and partners on deterring Russia from aggression
14:31, 5 January 2022

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US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman held a telephone conversation with Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias on January 4 about maintaining peace in Europe in the context of the situation around Ukraine as the State Department spokesman Ned Price reported.

“Deputy Secretary Sherman and Foreign Minister Dendias stressed the importance of promoting solidarity and stability in Europe, including support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity,” the message says.

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US and Greek diplomats also agreed to continue coordination between NATO allies and partners on deterring Russia from aggression, including by preparing unprecedented economic measures.

As it was reported, in early December Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that Russia intends to seek "reliable and long-term security guarantees" and in negotiations with the United States and its allies will" insist on the elaboration of specific agreements, excluding any NATO advance to the east."

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Earlier, the Russian president stated that the expansion of NATO military infrastructure on the territory of Ukraine might become the red line for Russia. At the same time, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg stated that NATO's support for Ukraine is not a threat to Russia.

 

 

 

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