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Ukraine lookup for a meeting with Russia to discuss fortifying armed force

Ukraine called for an urgent meeting within 48 hours with the European security group to discuss increased tension on its border. Ukraine has requested to Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) for Russia to explain its transparency plan. Under the Vienna Document, of which Russia is a part of, OSCE members can ask for information on a member’s military activities.

There is no proof that Russia was planning an assault in the coming days said Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky. Russia has mobilised around 100,000 troops near the Ukraine Border. After the warning of US president Joe Biden, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, wants to organise a meeting for intelligibility about Russia’s plan. So that this will lead to more security in Ukraine.

As Russia had disregarded Kyiv’s formal request for an explanation about why Moscow has placed over 100,000 troops and advanced weapons around Ukraine.

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