The president of United States, Joe Bidenwill hold talks with allies and partners on Monday to discuss ongoing “events” during the invasion of Russia to Ukraine and “coordinate our united response,” the White House said Sunday night.
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The administration Biden He did not give more details about who would participate in the call for this call from the US president, which will be recorded at 11:15 a.m. local time in Washington (4:15 p.m. GMT).
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This dialogue with the allies will take place at times that the UN General Assembly will be debating a resolution condemning the Russian invasion of its neighbor.
Russia has become an international outcast as his forces fight on the streets of the cities of Ukraine and faces a barrage of sanctions, including a ban on the use of Western airspace and key networks of the financial world.
Earlier on Sunday, the G7 threatened fresh sanctions as US chief diplomat Antony Blinken said the group of wealthier nations was “totally aligned” against Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.
Also on Sunday, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered Russia’s nuclear “deterrent forces” to be put on high alert, prompting an immediate international outcry. The United States called the order “totally unacceptable.”
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