Putin Ask Biden For ‘Full List Of Ukraine Invasion Dates’ For Year Ahead

Wednesday, February 16 is currently reaching a conclusion (neighborhood time in Kiev and Moscow) - and there's not been anything of the "normal" Russian invasion that Washington has for days been breathlessly predicting. To review, below is Politico's reporting from last Friday - the afternoon where White House officials spread panic into the markets and the population:

Russia will start a physical assault on Ukraine as soon as Feb. 16, numerous U.S. officials affirmed to POLITICO, and Washington conveyed to allies that it very well may be gone before by a torrent of missile strikes and digital attacks.

One person said the leaders' call demonstrated that digital attacks are "inescapable" and another said the knowledge is "specific and disturbing." Sullivan referenced that any assault on Ukraine could start with "flying besieging and missile attacks." War on all front

Russia's Foreign Ministry is presently unleashing a storm of analysis as joke and images, with ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova on Wednesday tongue in cheek mentioning of the US and UK states and media to feel free to publish a schedule of Russia's "impending invasions" of Ukraine for the current year.

She said that she's stressed over planning her vacations so they don't get hindered by her nation's scheduled invasions...

"I might want to demand US and British disinformation: Bloomberg, The New York Times and The Sun media outlets to publish the schedule for our impending invasions for the year. I might want to plan my vacation," the Russian diplomat said on her Telegram channel Wednesday.

One Russian journalist joked in the aftermath of the complaint about officials wanting to "plan" their vacations, "This isn't satire. They did this."

The Russian Foreign Ministry has called on Western media outlets to publish a full list of dates on which Russia will invade Ukraine for the year ahead, so Russian diplomats can schedule their vacations accordingly.

This isn't satire. They did this



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Putin Requests 'Full List Of Ukraine Invasion Dates' For Year Ahead


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