Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Ukraine Says ‘Destabilization’ Fueled by Biden Admin Hysteria, Not Russia; Ukrainian Officials Say ‘no reason to panic’ as US Warns of Imminent Danger; Top Ukrainian Says Americans 'Safer In Kyiv Than Los Angeles' After State Dept Withdrawal

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Ukraine Says ‘Destabilization’ Fueled by Biden Admin Hysteria, Not Russia:
Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council Secretary Oleksiy Danilov told reporters on Tuesday that Kyiv considers – and intelligence reports from the West agree – that “internal destabilization” caused by panic over a potential further Russian invasion is “the number one issue,” not any potential invasion.
With this “destabilization” – leading to generalized panic and the collapse of the national currency, the hryvnia – “the Russians have nothing to do here,” Danilov asserted, according to state outlet Ukrinform.
The remarks follow multiple national addresses from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky urging Ukrainians to disregard agitated statements from the administration of President Joe Biden and its allies predicting an imminent Russian invasion deeper into Ukraine than Moscow already is. Russia invaded Ukraine in 2014, colonizing Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula, and supporting “separatists” in the eastern Donbas region. Moscow insists the Donbas war is a “civil war,” but Kyiv has revealed extensive evidence of Russian military support against the Ukrainian army.
In one of the more dramatic episodes of the Donbas war, the government of the Netherlands concluded in 2015 that Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, a commercial airliner blown out of the sky over Ukraine, was hit by a Russian-made Buk missile operated by “separatists.” Countries representing the victims of the bombing have for years demanded Russian redress to no avail.
Concern over the situation in Donbas intensified significantly last week when Biden predicted in a press conference that Putin would invade Ukraine again and that he did not expect the United States to aid Ukraine in the event of a “minor incursion.” --->READ MORE HERE
Ukrainian officials say ‘no reason to panic’ as US warns of imminent danger:
Various Ukrainian officials have downplayed the increased possibility of a Russian incursion in recent days as U.S. officials have heightened their warnings.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said the situation is “under control” on Monday while the country’s National Security and Defense Council Secretary Oleksiy Danilov said the same day, “We don’t see any grounds for statements about a full-scale offensive on our country.”
Similarly, Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov told Ukraine’s ICTV there “are risk scenarios” that are “possible and probable in the future,” though “as of today … such a threat doesn’t exist.”
The insights from Ukrainian officials come as the Biden administration has been saying that Russian President Vladimir Putin could launch a "false flag operation" to garner the supposed pretext for an invasion that could occur “at any point.” --->READ MORE HERE
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