National Security Adviser Says Russia, Not U.S., Is ‘Source Of The Alarm’ In Ukraine

7 months ago

White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan responded to claims on Sunday that the United States is sparking panic in Ukraine about a potential Russian invasion, stressing that it is Russia’s closing in of the smaller nation that is “the source of the alarm.”

The intelligence official appeared on CNN’s “State of the Union,” where he spoke to host Jake Tapper about what has become the biggest security crisis between Russia and the West since the Cold War. The U.S. recently announced plans to evacuate most of its diplomatic staff from Kyiv and ordered 3,000 troops to Poland on top of the 1,700 who are on their way there in demonstration of American commitment to worried NATO allies.

At a press conference,

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