“What we see along our border is a sophisticated military infrastructure rolled out during the spring escalation, that is ready to be used for offensive operations against Ukraine,” Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba told Politico Brussels Playbook on Monday. “I cannot speculate on the exact scale of those operations, but back in 2014 it was unimaginable that Crimea would be seized by Russia — therefore I cannot exclude any scenario at this point.” He described Ukraine’s border as “seriously deteriorating.”
The attacker used a knife and a hammer when going after civilians on Saturday before police used a taser to neutralize him, officials said.
Reported decision would mark a shift in the Biden Administration's desired endgame in Ukraine after war has raged for almost two years.
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"Russia is finally saying goodbye to the CFE Treaty without regret and with full confidence that it is right," the country's foreign ministry said.