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Ukraine's foreign minister tells US sanctions against Russia seem tough as a "first step."

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said US President Joe Biden's decision to impose sanctions against Russia was a good "first step," adding that he also received a guarantee of more supplies from US authorities.

According to Maxar Technologies, as reported by Reuters, satellite photographs led to the development of innovative deployment of more than 100 armored vehicles and a large number of soldier camps in southern Belarus near the Ukraine border.

In western Russia, towards the Ukrainian border, the images also showed a new field hospital and heavy machinery equipment, haulers.

"Russia has just said that it is threatened to invade most of the portion of Ukraine Country". "This is the start of a Russian invasion," US President Joe Biden stated Tuesday as he imposed new penalties on Russia.

Russia's government, according to Biden, has been cut off from Western financial institutions. It won't be able to raise funds from the West starting Wednesday, and it won't be able to trade in its new debt on US or European markets.

In other news, an Air India special plane, AI1946, arrived in Delhi at 11.30 p.m. on Tuesday from Kyiv, Ukraine. The majority of those on board were students returning home after the Indian embassy in Ukraine issued an advisory urging them to leave Ukraine immediately.

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