US Senate passes resolution in support of Ukraine, warns Russia

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Ukraine-Russia Conflict: The Senate said that it would be necessary to take this step to restore peace in Europe. Sputnik claimed that there was no talk of waging war against the Russian Federation or the use of military force in this resolution. Nor is there any such thing as creating an authorization to allow the entry of US forces into Ukraine.

Washington. The US Senate unanimously passed a resolution on Thursday night amid fears of a Russian attack on Ukraine (Ukraine-Russia Conflict). In this, it has been said to support a free and democratic Ukraine against a possible invasion of Russia.

In the resolution, the Senate has pledged to provide additional lethal and non-lethal security assistance and political and diplomatic assistance to strengthen Ukraine’s defense capabilities. It also stated that the efforts of the Government of Ukraine to restore territorial integrity would be supported. In this, President Joe Biden has also been asked to impose sanctions on attacking Ukraine.

According to the Russian news agency Sputnik, it has been said in the resolution that if Russia attacks Ukraine, then President Biden should be fined heavily. The Senate said that it would be necessary to take this step to restore peace in Europe. Sputnik claimed that there was no talk of waging war against the Russian Federation or the use of military force in this resolution. Nor is there any such thing as creating an authorization to allow the entry of US forces into Ukraine.

Meanwhile, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said on Tuesday that Moscow was withdrawing some of its forces from the border with Ukraine. Russia has consistently denied any plans to invade Ukraine. It has insisted that its own security is at risk from the growing NATO presence near Russian borders.

It is noteworthy that Russia is opposing the inclusion of Ukraine in NATO. To stop this, he has prepared for military action against Ukraine. While America and NATO are uniting against Russia and trying to persuade it to stop war.