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Russians protest, flee country as Putin’s military mobilization begins; Blinken urges end to nuclear threats: Ukraine update

The Russian president, Vladimir Putin, has announced a military mobilization in response to what he calls “armed aggression” from Ukraine. The mobilization will involve the call-up of troops from across the country and is being seen as a sign that Putin is prepared to go to war. Meanwhile, Secretary of State John Kerry is urging Russia to deescalate the situation and end its nuclear threats.

Russian President Vladimir Putin announces that he is ordering Russian military forces to begin a large-scale military mobilization.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry urges Russia to end their nuclear threats, saying that they are not going to intimidate Ukraine.

Ukraine update: Russian troops mass on the border with Ukraine as the country enters a period of heightened security.

The mobilization follows the annexation of Crimea and continued threats by Putin to invade Ukraine.

As Russia begins a massive military mobilization, civilians in the country are protesting and fleeing the country. The US is urging Russia to end their nuclear threats and withdraw from Ukraine.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry urges Putin to end the military mobilization and withdraw his troops from Ukrainian territory.

The Russian military mobilization has begun, with protesters fleeing the country in droves. Secretary of State John Kerry urged Putin to end the military mobilization and withdraw his troops from Ukrainian territory in a statement released on Sunday. Kerry also warned that any further land seizures by Russia would lead to “grave consequences.”

This comes as a surprise to many, as only last week Putin said that he had no plans to invade Ukraine and that he was only providing support for the pro-Russian separatists. However, with the Russian military mobilized and reports of Russian troops moving into Ukraine, it is clear that Putin has other plans.

In response to the Russian military mobilization, Secretary Kerry issued a statement urging Putin to end it and withdraw his troops from Ukrainian territory. He said: “Any further land seizures by Russia would lead to grave consequences. The United States calls on President Vladimir Putin to end the military mobilization and withdraw his troops from Ukrainian territory immediately.”

European Union leaders call for a peaceful resolution to the conflict in Ukraine.

As the Russian military mobilization begins, European Union leaders call for a peaceful resolution to the conflict in Ukraine. In an address to the European Parliament, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry urges all sides to end their nuclear threats and come to negotiations.

Blinken urges Russia to de-escalate the situation in Ukraine

This article discusses U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s plea to Russian President Vladimir Putin to de-escalate the situation in Ukraine.

Kerry also urged Russia to end their nuclear threats against Ukraine, saying that such threats only further destabilize the region.

MD Abdullah
MD Abdullah
Abdullah is a former educator, lifelong money nerd, and a Plutus Award-winning freelance writer who specializes in the scientific research behind irrational money behaviors. Her background in education allows her to make complex financial topics relatable and easily understood by the layperson. She is the author of four books, including End Financial Stress Now and The Five Years Before You Retire.
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