President Joe Biden was considering about deploying a few thousand US troops to Ukraine Sunday, a report said, as the State Department requested the families of all American Embassy personnel to leave the country in the midst of uplifted apprehensions of a Russian invasion.
Biden mulled several military choices from Pentagon authorities at Camp David Sunday as the administration got away from a non-provocational strategy, news detailed.
The options included sending up to 5,000 troops to Eastern Europe, and expanding the tactical presence by ten times on the off chance that Russian President Vladimir Putin followed up on his heightening dangers to attack eastern Ukraine, as conciliatory endeavors among Washington and Moscow stalled, according to the network.
In the mean time, State Department authorities focused on the Kyiv embassy haven would stay open, however relatives of staff members should leave the nation, and non-essential staff could likewise get back to the US at their own expense.
The move came in the midst of rising pressures about Russia’s tactical development on the Ukraine border that were not facilitated during talks Friday between Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in Geneva.
“The security conditions, especially along Ukraine’s borders, in Russia-involved Crimea, and in Russia-controlled eastern Ukraine, are unpredictable and deteriorate with little notification. Demonstrations, which have turned brutal on occasion, routinely happen all through Ukraine, remembering for Kyiv,” the state department said in an assertion.
The Russian Foreign Ministry had accused NATO nations for escalating tensions around Ukraine with disinformation.