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Countries maintaining close ties with Moscow publicly expressed concerns over Putin's ongoing invasion: US

Deccan Herald
Deccan Herald
United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken addressed the UN Security Council on September 22 in New York, and said that even the countries who are maintaining close ties with Moscow have said publicly that they have serious questions and concerns regarding Russian President Putin's ongoing invasion.

“What is striking is the remarkable unity among member states when it comes to the (Russia-Ukraine) war. Leaders from countries developing and developed, big and small, north and south have spoken in UNGA to end the war,” the US Secretary of State said.

“Even a number of nations that maintain close ties with Moscow have said publicly that they have serious questions and concerns regarding Russian President Putin's ongoing invasion,” he added.

“Leaders from various countries spoke about need to end war. Rather than pulling troops back, Russian President Putin decided to escalate tensions by threat of nuclear weapons. He's adding fuel to fire. We won't allow Putin to get away with it,” he further added.

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