Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has mentioned there are almost 100,000 Russian troopers close to Ukraine’s border and that Western international locations had shared details about energetic Russian troop actions with Kyiv.
“I hope the entire world can now clearly see who actually desires peace and who’s concentrating almost 100,000 troopers at our border,” he mentioned in a video of a speech on Wednesday carried on his web site.
The Russian troop actions close to the Ukrainian border have spurred fears of a potential assault. Moscow has dismissed such ideas as inflammatory and complained about growing exercise within the area by the NATO transatlantic alliance.
On Nov. 3, the Ukrainian Defence Ministry put the variety of Russian troops close to Ukraine’s border at 90,000.
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