The announcement comes amid heightened speculation that Russia soon will invade Ukraine.
By Susan Katz Keating Updated: April 22, 2021 – 9:16am
Russia will withdraw its troops from the border with Ukraine beginning Friday, a Russian news agency reported.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced the move Thursday while inspecting a military exercise in Crimea, according to the independent Moscow-based Interfax agency.
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Shoigu directed military commanders “to plan in detail the return of troops to the points of permanent deployment,” the agency reports.
The announcement follows reports that Russia has positioned roughly 100,000 troops on the border, and amid heightened speculation that Russia soon will invade Ukraine.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday threatened unnamed aggressors against crossing a vague “red line.” (Click to Source)
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