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Kremlin says weapons deliveries raising tension around Ukraine
The Kremlin on Wednesday said tension around Ukraine was increasing, pointing to weapons deliveries, military manoeuvres and NATO aircraft flights, something it said Russia's international partners should pay attention to.
Russia: No new talks on Ukraine until West responds to demands
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Tuesday that there would be no further negotiations until the West gives it proper answers on sweeping security demands over Ukraine.
Ex-leader Poroshenko returns to Ukraine to appear in court
Former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko on Monday returned to Ukraine to face court on treason charges he believes are politically motivated.
US claims Russia planning ‘false-flag’ operation to justify Ukraine invasion
The United States alleged Russia had already positioned saboteurs in Ukraine to carry out a “false flag” operation to be use as a pretext for an invasion, which Washington claimed could begin in the coming month.
Russia says pessimistic on U.S. talks, won't let them drag on
Russia said on Tuesday it was not optimistic after a first round of talks with the United States on the Ukraine crisis and would not allow its demands for security guarantees from the West to become mired in tortuous negotiations.
Russia says will not make any concessions in Ukraine talks
Russia said on Sunday it would not make any concessions under U.S. pressure at talks this week on the Ukraine crisis and its demands for Western security guarantees, and that there was a risk they might end quickly.
EU angry over exclusion from Ukraine talks
Direct talks between the US and Russian diplomats on Ukraine infuriated the European Union as it has not invited to the negotiations.
NATO schedules special meeting with Russia amid Ukraine crisis
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has scheduled a special meeting of allied ambassadors and top Russian officials for next week as both sides seek dialogue to prevent open conflict over Ukraine, a NATO official said on Tuesday.
Following Biden-Putin talks, Russia calls on US to heed demands
Russia will move to “eliminate unacceptable threats” if the United States and NATO do not respond to the Kremlin’s security demands, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has warned, following top-level talks between the rival powers.
Putin tells Biden new sanctions over Ukraine could rupture ties
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned his US counterpart Joe Biden that imposing new sanctions over Ukraine could lead to a complete breakdown in relations.
More than 10,000 Russian troops returning to bases after drills near Ukraine
More than 10,000 Russian troops have been returning to their permanent bases after month-long drills near Ukraine, Interfax news agency reported on Saturday, citing the Russian military.
Putin warns of possible military response over ‘aggressive’ NATO
Vladimir Putin said he will consider a military response if Russia feels threatened by NATO, in a sign that he is not ready to de-escalate tensions over a crisis in Ukraine.
Ryabkov: Moscow may up the ante if West ignores demands
Russia may take unspecified new measures to ensure its security if the U.S. and its allies continue to take provocative action and ignore Moscow’s demand for guarantees precluding NATO’s expansion to Ukraine, a senior diplomat said Saturday.
Russia lays out security demands to lower tensions with West over Ukraine
Russia on Friday laid out an array of security guarantees it wants from the West including promises to give up any military activity in Ukraine and Eastern Europe and not to expand the NATO military alliance further.
EU threatens Russia with ‘unprecedented measures’ over Ukraine
The European Union (EU) threatened Russia with "unprecedented measures" and "serious consequences" in response to "further aggression" against Ukraine.

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