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Ukraine Demands Proof from Biden Admin over Russia Claims

'If you have any additional information regarding the 100 percent guaranteed invasion of Ukraine by Russia on 16 February, please give it to us... '

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will not take at face value the American military’s claim that Russia intends to invade on February 16, so he has requested proof, Epoch Times reported.

“There has been too much information about a full-scale war with Russia — even specific dates have been announced,” Zelensky said on Feb. 12.

“We understand there are risks,” he continued. “If you have any additional information regarding the 100 percent guaranteed invasion of Ukraine by Russia on 16 February, please give it to us.”

President Joe Biden has pledged America’s support to Ukraine, yet he apparently knows about an imminent invasion against the nation but has not supplied its president with specific details.

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Zelensky said that the Western media’s campaign to spread fear about impending war has caused anxiety and unrest in Ukraine. He said that Ukraine does not want conflict.

White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said intelligence reports show that Russia could invade Ukraine “any day now,” even before the Beijing Olympics conclude on Feb. 20.

“If you look at the disposition of forces, both in Belarus and in Russia on the other side of the Ukrainian border from the north and from the east, the Russians are in a position to be able to mount a major military action into Ukraine any day now,” Sullivan said on Feb. 11.

Sullivan also cautioned that he’s “not saying” that a “final decision has been taken by President Putin,” but media outlets have emphasized his alarmist comments.

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Rep. John Katko, R-N.Y. called conflict “inevitable,” though he did not predict the invasion’s timeframe.

Anonymous American officials have claimed that they have “specific and alarming” evidence about Russia’s invasion, but Ukrainian officials have not seen it.

Zelensky said he welcomes information from foreign spy agencies, but he warned that leaders must interpret it “very carefully.”

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