The ongoing situation in Ukraine remains deeply concerning — together, with our international partners, we continue to call on Russia to de-escalate and to engage in meaningful dialogue. I discussed this matter with my Belgian counterpart, @Sophie_Wilmes.

Jan 20, 2022 · 8:45 PM UTC

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I wonder what would happen if NATO decided not to set up bases in Ukraine
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I’m pretty sure a firm request to de-escalate will open the Russians eyes and make them ask why they even thought of invading Ukraine. At what point will you wake up and understand that it takes more than words sometimes. You may have to hurt feelings occasionally
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I have sent my voice file from the early start(2019) of sending my voice file with a few changing of email address.
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Stop please. We know it’s a farce and Ukrainians will be the ones suffering the most in the aftermath. If you cared you’d tell NATO to back off like they promised years ago. You’d help broker PEACE vs setting up an amunition factory.
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If NATO backed off, Russia's 100K+ troops would be in Ukraine instead of outside it's border. Putin will take advantage of any sign of weakness by NATO. Minister Joly is promoting peace.
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