11 January 2022 - Ukraine Special Weapons News
- Russia, US Spar Again Over Ukraine, Security Issues VOA 11 Jan 2022 -- The Kremlin said Tuesday it has little optimism about a breakthrough on talks with the United States this week about its European security concerns, while Washington said Moscow's massive troop buildup along the Ukraine border is at the root of current tensions.
- U.S. Says NATO Allies 'United' Ahead Of Talks With Russia RFE/RL 11 Jan 2022 -- The U.S. ambassador to NATO says members of the alliance "stand united" ahead of high-stakes talks with Russia over the future of European security as concerns about a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine hang in the balance.
- Not a Single NATO Member is Ready to Discuss Bloc's Open Door Policy With Russia, US Envoy Says Sputnik 11 Jan 2022 -- Russian and US officials spoke for nearly eight hours in Geneva on Monday to discuss a pair of Russian security proposals Moscow says would dramatically ease tensions between Russia and the Western alliance. Among the proposals' points is a firm demand by Russia that NATO halt its decades-long eastward expansion.
- Secretary Blinken's Call with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kuleba US Dept. of State 11 Jan 2022 -- The below is attributable to Spokesperson Ned Price:
- Deputy Secretary Sherman's Meeting with the EU Political and Security Committee US Dept. of State 11 Jan 2022 -- The below is attributable to Spokesperson Ned Price:
- Russia withstands pressure as talks with US kick off in intensive vibe Global Times 11 Jan 2022 -- After two rounds of dialogue between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Joe Biden in December 2021, senior diplomats from Russia and US held talks on Monday in Geneva, dubbed the "capital of peace," amid the Russia-Ukraine border tension and days of violent protests in Kazakhstan, a former Soviet Union republic state.
- U.S.-Russia security talks end without diplomatic breakthrough People's Daily 11 Jan 2022 -- A new round of security talks between the United States and Russia concluded Monday evening in Geneva without yielding any diplomatic breakthrough.
- Biden Quietly Authorized $200 Million in New Security Aid to Ukraine in Late December - Reports Sputnik 11 Jan 2022 -- The Biden administration discreetly approved an additional $200 million in security assistance to Ukraine in late December, CNN reported.
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