Ukraine imposes US sanctions on two deputies:

Four Ukrainian citizens ended up in Black list from the United States. The accusation is working for the FSB, Russian intelligence. Among the four suspects are two deputies of the Verkhovna Rada: Taras Kozak and Oleg Volucci. According to the US Treasury, the deputies’ goal was to “recruit past and current government leaders to prepare to take over the Ukrainian government and take over the country’s infrastructure with a Russian occupying force.” Kozak and Volochy have never hidden their orientation, and both are part of the pro-Russian Ukrainian Choice Party led by Viktor Medvedchuk. The other two men sanctioned by the United States are Volodymyr Oleinik and Vladimir Sivkovich. Oliynyk was a Ukrainian official who is now in Russia. According to the United States, he worked for the FSB with the aim of collecting information on critical infrastructures in Ukraine. Sivkovich, on the other hand, is a former Deputy Secretary of the Security and Defense Council of Ukraine. british newspaper Watchman He reported on the positions of Deputy Volucci, who stated that he did not intentionally contact members of the KGB. Fulucci also accused the United States of imposing sanctions on him for asking for an investigation into his son’s activities Joe Biden in Ukraine.

Biden’s words

Yesterday, Biden spoke of the danger of a “minor incursion” by Russia into Ukraine. In his words, someone read out the intent of not interfering with this possibility. The US president later clarified that any Russian military entry into Ukraine would be considered an invasion. On the matter was espresso Also the president of Ukraine Volodymyr ZelenskyWe want to remind the great powers that there are no small incursions and small states. Just as there are no small victims and the slight pain of losing loved ones.”

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