G7 to Russia: Invading Ukraine will have ‘major consequences’

The G7 nations said in a draft statement: “Russia should have no doubt that further military aggression against Ukraine will have enormous consequences and grave costs.” Reuters obtained on Sunday.

UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss issued a similar warning represented his country on Friday, saying an invasion of Ukraine would lead to “serious consequences for Russia.”

About 94,000 Russian troops were massed on the Ukrainian border, and smart estimate suggests that the invasion could come as early as January and number 175,000 troops. CIA Director William Burns on Monday warned that the military buildup could allow Russia to act “in a far-reaching way.”

In a phone call Tuesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Biden ruled out the possibility of the United States unilaterally sending troops to defend Ukraine, but he warned Putin that, in the event of an invasion, Russia will face economic sanctions “as if nothing happened. ever seen.”

Biden and Truss have also signaled that they will be ready supply weapons to Ukraine.

G7, meeting over the weekend in Liverpool, includes the US, UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan. G7 to Russia: Invading Ukraine will have ‘major consequences’


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