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UK, U.S., Germany, France discuss Russian aggression towards Ukraine - Truss

CommoditiesDec 30, 2021 09:15
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© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss speaks during a G7 foreign and development ministers session with guest countries and ASEAN nations on the final day of the summit in Liverpool, Britain December 12, 2021. Olivier Douliery/Pool via REUTERS

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's foreign minister Liz Truss said on Thursday she spoke to her counterparts from the United States, Germany and France about deterring Russian aggression towards Ukraine.

The four foreign ministers spoke "about deterring Russian aggression towards Ukraine, concerns about Iran's nuclear programme and solidarity with Lithuania in face of China pressure", Truss said on Twitter (NYSE:TWTR).

UK, U.S., Germany, France discuss Russian aggression towards Ukraine - Truss
 

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Alex Malmström
Alex Malmström Dec 30, 2021 10:32
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I like how a deeply divided EU and Britain want to take on Russia. Yeah, because that has worked so well before!
Kelly Pham
Kelly Pham Dec 30, 2021 9:55
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On other side, Russia and its allies are discussing how to deter NATO agressive move towards their borders. If all fail to creat trust, any war can break out soon. It is not the time to threat one another with weapons and sanctions but to sit together to listen to other's concern. The US, the UK and NATO think they are stronger in economy and military so it is Russia which should give in. They are wrong! You cannot use a gun to calm an angry man down. He may attack you first with nuke!
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Puk Pups Dec 30, 2021 9:55
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Russia has no allies . All former USSA Republics hate Putin and pretend to be friends . All world dictators are " friends " .... Even Armenia is hates Putin ...Belarusian people also hate Moscow and asking stop support to their dictator Lukashenko ... They are with Russia until they give them free or cheaper GAS , CRUDE OIL ,... that's all love between dictators
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Your total lack of geopolitical knowledge is disturbing.
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Russia has no allies . All former USSR Republics hate Putin and pretend to be friends . All world dictators are " friends " .... Even Armenia is hates Putin ...Belarusian people also hate Moscow and asking stop support to their dictator Lukashenko ... They are with Russia until they give them free or cheaper GAS , CRUDE OIL ,... that's all love between dictators
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Puk Pups  Allies? The former the government of Afganistan which was overthrown quickly by Taliban was the US's ally. Why the US moved all its troops out of Afganistan to pay the way for Taliban to defeat its ally? Because the US thought it lost so much for that ally: Money, troops killed and wounded....that it was unwise to continue support its ally and then decided to abandon that ally. The fate of all of the US's allies will be the same. You will see. There are no real allies now, they support you because they think they can have much more from you. When they think you are  a losing investment, they kick you away quickly.
 
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