President of the U.S.A Joe Biden is trying with all his might to “restrain and dissuade” the leader of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin abandon plans for “invasion of Ukraine“, according to the American edition of The New York Times.
Recently, Western media regularly write that Russia is going to attack the Ukrainian lands. The Kremlin denies all accusations of aggression, but the United States continues to spread information about a hypothetical war. In publication NYT it is said that against the background of the activity of the Russian Federation near the borders of Ukraine, a new meeting of the American president with his Russian counterpart may take place.
“The Biden administration believes that continuing the dialogue with Putin is important to prevent him from taking action against Ukraine,” the publication says.
Also specialist at the Center for New American Security Andrea Kendall-Taylor announced the start of the process of approving new sanctions in the United States, which will apply to Russian banks and enterprises in the energy sector.
In addition, according to her, the possibility of introducing bans against Putin and officials close to him is being discussed.