Russia has compiled lists of Ukrainians to target after an invasion, a U.S. official has claimed, as Putin mulls officially recognizing Ukraine’s breakaway regions.
The Kremlin has denied that the more than 150,000 Russian troops outfitted with advanced military equipment along Ukraine’s borders are preparing for an attack.
The NATO comments came as Russia’s military launched ballistic and cruise missiles in a show of its nuclear readiness.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has warned that Russia plans to “manufacture a pretext for its attack” on Ukraine.
The filing comes more than a week after Tesla disclosed that the SEC issued a new subpoena to Tesla in November 2021.
NATO has accused Russia of increasing its troop count at the Ukrainian border a day after Moscow claimed it had begun withdrawing some of its military units.
Russia’s Defense Ministry has announced it is sending some troops at the Ukrainian border back to their bases.
Russia’s foreign minister has reportedly suggested to President Vladimir Putin that Moscow uses diplomacy to obtain concessions from the West.
National security advisor Jake Sullivan said that in the past 10 days the Kremlin has accelerated its extraordinary military buildup along Ukraine’s border.
Russia could potentially invade Ukraine “any day now,” said national security advisor Jake Sullivan.