US Russia tention: Questions arising about the return of the United States ambassador to Russia

US Russia tention: Questions arising about the return of the United States ambassador to Russia
Amid growing tensions in Russia-American relations, the US Ambassador to Russia has said that he will go home for consultation. Russia has said that it has not instructed Ambassador John Sullivan to come for consultation and only recommended that it can do so amid the current tensions. Sullivan said in a statement that he is scheduled to return to the US this week to discuss US-Russian relations with members of President Joe Biden's administration. Sullivan said he would return to Moscow in the next few weeks.

US State Department spokesman Ned Price said on Tuesday that Sullivan was not expelled or ordered to leave the country, but would come to visit and consult with his family. Price said that I hope he goes to Moscow in the next few weeks. Sullivan said, "I haven't seen my family in the last year either. This is also a reason to leave.

Tensions between Ukraine and Russia are increasing. Ukrainian diplomats have described Russia's military as "the largest military movement since World War II". At the same time, US President Joe Biden has called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to reduce tension and avoid any military action. Ukrainian Army Sergeant Sasha Lovenko said troops and equipment could be seen moving across the border and are ready to respond if an attack occurred.

Putin later warned European countries, including the United States, not to provoke tensions. The whole world is horrified to see the soldiers and arms cavalry of the Russian army marching towards the border of Ukraine. At the same time, in response to the call of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russia has stated strongly that it is free to carry out any military movement within its country.

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