A U.S. government official has said Russia does not want a direct confrontation with the United States
The annual assessment of unclassified threats was completed in late January
Russia’s attack on Ukraine has reached its 13th day
A senior U.S. intelligence official has said Russia does not want a direct confrontation with the U.S. military. This information was published by CNN International.
The results of the U.S. intelligence community were released today by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Annual Assessment of Unclassified Threats conducted in late January.
“Russia demands an agreement with the United States on non-interference in the internal affairs of the two countries and on the recognition of the United States in Russia’s zone of influence in much of the former Soviet Union,” the document said.
According to the report, Moscow “considers its nuclear capabilities essential to prevent a possible confrontation with the United States and NATO and to achieve its objectives.”
Russia ‘in despair’
UK Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said on Tuesday that Russian military forces were “extremely distrustful” and “doubling the atrocities”.
In an interview with the BBC, Wallace said the UK was stepping up “contradictory and non-lethal aid” to Ukraine in the midst of Russia’s current military offensive.
According to the BBC, the UK has already pledged a total of மில்லியன் 400 million in support of Ukraine, as well as providing defensive military equipment and imposing sanctions on Russian banks, companies and individuals.
Russia’s attack on Ukraine has reached its 13th day. Ukraine The public began to evacuate After the Russian and Ukrainian authorities agreed to establish humanitarian corridors, the cities of Irbin near the capital Kiev and Sumi in the north.
However, Ukrainian officials said Russian forces Bombed the exit laneThe besieged city of Mariupol in the south.
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