President Duda raises concerns about possible Russian invasion of Ukraine

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President Duda raises concerns about possible Russian invasion of Ukraine

We may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. President Duda expressed concerns about the possible invasion of Ukraine by Russian troops after a joint press conference with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg. He said that there is a need for caution and vigilance from NATO, which is responsible for the military security of the allies. Conflict Intelligence Team, a respected collective of Russian investigative journalists, released a report on Wednesday based on open-sourced data showing the Russian military moving tanks to new locations close to the Ukrainian border. The report stated that Russia would be ready for a possible operation against Ukraine's government-controlled territories no earlier than the beginning of next year, based on estimates by foreign intelligence. President Duda asked NATO to strengthen the strategic surveillance of the region via a new air policing mission. He also mentioned strengthening the observation surveillance and strengthening all NATO units along the eastern flank of the alliance.

The UK plans to send tanks to the flank in a bid to support NATO troops already there. As part of a package of destabilising aggression by Minsk and Moscow, a recent spike in gas prices and a reduction in supplies, Duda said that Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko's hybrid attack on the EU should be seen as part of a package of destabilising aggression by Minsk and Moscow. Lukashenko has been accused of being accused by several Western countries of armed migrants by encouraging them to travel to Belarus, then causing them to cross into the European Union via Poland. President Duda said they have to be coordinated. READ MORE: Putin's world in turmoil plot exposed by former Europe minister, Jeremy Corby said in a letter to the European Parliament :

NATO's secretary-general said he would address the issue during a meeting with NATO foreign ministers in the Latvian capital of Riga next week. He added that there was a large and unusual concentration of forces, combined with aggressive rhetoric and disinformation from Moscow. We want Russia to be transparent, reduce tensions and de-escalate. NATO remains vigilant, and we continue to provide Ukraine with political and practical support.