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BRUSSELS: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday said that the Ukraine crisis was at its most dangerous moment, and it was important to get the next few days right as intelligence on Russia‘s troop movements on Ukraine’s border remained grim.
“I honestly don’t think a decision has yet been taken (by Moscow). But that doesn’t mean that it is impossible that something absolutely disastrous could happen very soon indeed. And our intelligence, I’m afraid to say remains grim,” Johnson said at a news conference with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels.
“This is probably the most dangerous moment, I would say, in the course of the next few days, in what is the biggest security crisis that Europe has faced for decades, and we’ve got to get it right. And I think that the combination of sanctions and military resolve, plus diplomacy are what is in order.”



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