A spokesman for Russian President Dmitry Peskov called the situation in Donbas "very, very alarming." He said this in a comment to reporters, RIA-Novosti reports.
Peskov refused to give his own forecast for Donbas conflkict, but stressed that the situation in the conflict zone remains "very, very alarming."
As is known, during the month, the Western media regularly publish information about the concentration of Russian troops near the Ukrainian border.
As we reported, Politico published new satellite photos taken by Western experts on Monday confirm recent reports that Russia is again concentrating troops and military hardware on the border with Ukraine. The images were taken by Colorado-based US space technology company Maxar Technologies.
Later Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine (NSDC) Secretary Oleksiy Danilov, in his turn, called this information “deliberately misleading”.
Later, US intelligence revealed Russia's plans for a possible military invasion of Ukraine, which could take place in early 2022. There are several scenarios: from the annexed Crimea, across the border from Russia and through Belarus.
Russia, in turn, denies information about a possible attack on Ukraine. According to press secretary of the Russian president Dmitry Peskov, Russia poses no threat to anyone.
EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell warned that if the situation on Ukraine's borders worsens, the EU will not be able to support Kyiv with troops.