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Russia’s overseas minister has promised that Moscow will retaliate if Britain imposes recent sanctions over Ukraine as center of attention shifted from the frontlines and again to a confrontation after Putin signalled he was once open to talks.

Sergei Lavrov, who has been main negotiations with NATO and america, mentioned in Moscow as of late that ‘hysteria’ over an invasion is ‘puzzling’ to Russia whilst accusing the allies of seeking to dictate the place Putin can place troops on his personal territory. 

He spoke after the United Kingdom on Tuesday threatened to dam Russian firms from elevating capital in London and to reveal the house owners of houses and firms – a loophole that some Russians use to cover wealth on this nation. 

His feedback mark the outlet salvo of renewed negotiations between East and West over the destiny of Ukraine, after Moscow mentioned Tuesday that it was once chickening out some forces and was once in a position to speak about new Ecu safety treaties.

NATO leader Jens Stoltenberg mentioned previous as of late that he has noticed no signal that Russia’s withdrawal is authentic, rubbishing movies of tanks being taken away as regimen troop actions. Russia in truth seems to be expanding its forces, he added.  

‘In the event that they in point of fact begin to withdraw , that is one thing we will be able to welcome. However that continues to be noticed,’ he added whilst sitting down for a NATO summit in Brussels on subsequent strikes. ‘Simply seeing the motion of fight tanks does not ascertain an actual withdrawal.’

Ben Wallace, UK defence secretary, sounded a equivalent notice of warning as he arrived for the summit – announcing that Russia’s forces stay at a excessive point of readiness that may be maintained for ‘weeks’ as talks resume on the barrel of a gun. 

‘It is beautiful transparent that [Russia’s] intentions in opposition to Ukraine are to modify their behaviour, and certainly alternate NATO’s courting with Ukraine, and they are doing so at the specter of invasion,’ he added. 

In different places as of late… 

  • Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov mentioned he’s ‘certain’ that Joe Biden is in a position to go into into talks about Ecu safety and Putin desires to have interaction
  • Russia denied having anything else to do with a cyberattack that took down banks and the web page of Ukraine’s defence ministry in a single day  
  • The EU referred to as on Russia to take ‘concrete steps’ to de-escalate its troop build-up round Ukraine, whilst hailing ‘indicators of hope’
  • Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil’s right-wing chief, arrived in Moscow for business talks as of late – dismissing power from america to cancel the shuttle 

Sergei Lavrov, Russia’s overseas minister and leader negotiator, has threatened the United Kingdom with ‘retaliation’ if it sanctions Moscow over Ukraine

A Ukrainian tank takes part in live-fire drills near the city of Rivne, in the country's west, on Thursday as thousands of Russian troops mass in the east

A Ukrainian tank takes section in live-fire drills close to the town of Rivne, within the nation’s west, on Thursday as hundreds of Russian troops mass within the east

A Ukrainian tank takes part in live-fire exercises near the city of Rivne, in the country's west

A Ukrainian tank takes section in live-fire workouts close to the town of Rivne, within the nation’s west

Ukrainian soldiers pose for a photo in Odessa, southern Ukraine, as they take part in 'unity day' celebrations in defiance of Russia

Ukrainian squaddies pose for a photograph in Odessa, southern Ukraine, as they participate in ‘solidarity day’ celebrations in defiance of Russia

Underlining issues in regards to the Russian ‘withdrawal’, analysts from Struggle Intelligence Workforce – a revered workforce which tracks Russian army actions – mentioned forces being withdrawn from Crimea will in truth be moved nearer to Ukraine. 

Moscow says the devices are being moved to their ‘house bases’, however the houses of a minimum of 3 of the 4 devices leaving Crimea are as shut or nearer than their present place relative to Ukraine.

Izvestia newspaper reported that devices of the third, forty second and a hundred and fiftieth Motorised Rifle Divisions are being despatched again to their everlasting bases.

But the third is based totally at Valuyki and Boguchar, respectively 15 and 42 miles from the Ukrainian border in Belgorod and Voronezh areas respectively.

The a hundred and fiftieth is based totally in Novocherkassk, Rostov area, some 31 miles from the border.

The troops will probably be as shut – or nearer – to the border at their everlasting barracks.

Of the 3 named divisions being pulled out of Crimea, best the forty second – in Chechnya – is a considerable distance from Ukraine, some 700 miles away.

It comes an afternoon after Putin mentioned he’s prepared to have interaction in negotiations with the West over safety promises designed to ease sky-high tensions. 

Each Mr Stoltenburg and Mr Wallace did welcome the alternate in tone from Moscow, whilst declaring that the disaster is a long way from over.

‘There is over 100 battalion tactical teams of the Russian flooring forces, that is 60 in keeping with cent of all of the Russian land battle energy at the borders of Ukraine,’ Mr Wallace mentioned.

Russia has released footage of tanks being 'withdrawn' from Crimea, though NATO says it has seen no sign they are heading away from the front

Russia has launched pictures of tanks being ‘withdrawn’ from Crimea, regardless that NATO says it has noticed no signal they’re heading clear of the entrance 

Images released by Russia show tanks being loaded on to train transports as Moscow claims they are heading back to their permanent bases

Pictures launched through Russia display tanks being loaded on to coach transports as Moscow claims they’re heading again to their everlasting bases 

A Russian tanks sits on a train transport as Moscow says forces are being moved away from the front, though doubts have been raised by NATO

A Russian tanks sits on a teach delivery as Moscow says forces are being moved clear of the entrance, regardless that doubts had been raised through NATO

‘130,000-plus troops, each in Belarus and certainly Ukraine, but additionally out at sea there is successfully an important flotilla of Russian and amphibious touchdown ships, and certainly struggle ships and missile ships.

‘From a Ukrainian standpoint they are rather surrounded through an excessively huge pressure of in a position troops. That continues, they have not taken the foot of the gasoline.’

He added: ‘That is why we are all right here at Nato as of late and the next day to take a look at and paintings in combination to cut back tensions and take a look at and de-escalate.’

Volodymyr Zelensky, Ukraine’s president, added his voice to the refrain – announcing he hasn’t noticed ‘any withdrawal but’. 

Putin desires Ukraine to be banned from becoming a member of NATO and for the alliance to withdraw troops from ex-Soviet states. 

Either one of the ones calls for had been disregarded however a variety of alternative compromises had been introduced on hands regulate, transparency round missile deployments, and information-sharing on army drills that Putin has mentioned he’s prepared to speak about.

Sergei Lavrov, Russia’s overseas minister and leader negotiator, has mentioned a 10-page reaction to NATO’s gives has been ready regardless that now not but despatched. 

Kyiv Mayor Wladimir Klitschko has mentioned that he hopes for a ‘last-minute’ diplomatic resolution between Russia and Ukraine.

The previous heavyweight champion of the sector advised LBC that he was hoping that Russia would now not invade his nation on Wednesday.

‘It’s the first time within the historical past of Ukraine that such a lot of Russian squaddies stayed on the border’, he mentioned.

‘The chance (of) aggression in opposition to Ukraine is beautiful large. We get ready for any state of affairs.

‘We have no idea how the location will broaden however we are hoping that the invasion does now not occur, and that on the final minute we now have a diplomatic resolution.’

In the meantime the previous head of MI6 Sir John Sawers mentioned that the specter of a ‘full-blooded’ Russian invasion has now ‘receded’ after Putin made ‘quite a lot of essential features’ within the army standoff.   

D-Day for Ukraine has dawned with no sign of a Russian invasion, quelling fears that Putin would spark war overnight (pictured, Kiev's troop on the frontlines Tuesday)

D-Day for Ukraine has dawned without a signal of a Russian invasion, quelling fears that Putin would spark struggle in a single day (pictured, Kiev’s troop at the frontlines Tuesday)

Russian units leaving Crimea are moving back to their bases in South Ossetia and Dagestan, Moscow says, while some troops are also being moved - albeit not very far away

Russian devices leaving Crimea are transferring again to their bases in South Ossetia and Dagestan, Moscow says, whilst some troops also are being moved – albeit now not very a long way away

Ukraine assessments tank-buster missile despatched through Britain 

Troops in Ukraine fired anti-tank guns in workouts the day gone by as the rustic persisted to organize for a conceivable invasion through Russia.

It comes after the United Kingdom final month gave 2,000 NLAW anti-tank guns to Ukraine. The troops sporting out test-firing within the jap Donetsk area the day gone by have been the use of NLAWs however it was once unclear if those have been British guns.

It was once a part of a chain of drills through Ukraine in contemporary days. Army commanders had issued a commentary on Sunday insisting they have been in a position to peer off the Russian risk. They boasted in their Stinger and Javelin missiles, announcing: ‘We’re in a position to fulfill the enemy – and now not with flora however with Stingers, Javelins and NLAWs.’

Talking on BBC Radio 4’s These days programme, Sir John mentioned that invasion was once all the time ‘very dangerous’ for Putin and the specter of an assault was once in all probability now not as actual as some governments had made out.

‘I don’t believe that President Putin ever made up our minds to invade the rustic and, certainly, I feel it might all the time had been an excessively dangerous route for him to have taken,’ he mentioned.

‘However I feel Russia has additionally pop out of this with quite a lot of essential features,’ he added, announcing it’s got Russia’s safety issues again to the highest of the global safety time table, the Ukrainians had been intimidated and Europeans had been reminded how dependent they’re on Russian gasoline.

Sir John added: ‘I feel in many ways President Putin will suppose he is forward on issues in this and he nonetheless has more than a few army choices which he can use in Ukraine.

‘I feel the danger of full-blooded invasion … was once by no means fairly as excessive as was once being portrayed through some Western governments, however I feel that has receded.’ 

Ukrainian leaders have again and again sought to undertaking calm but additionally energy all through the disaster. 

In an obvious display of defiance, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy declared that Wednesday can be a ‘day of nationwide solidarity,’ calling on electorate to show the blue-and-yellow flag and sing the nationwide anthem within the face of ‘hybrid threats.’

Even amid the glimmers of hope, Biden mentioned 150,000 Russian forces are actually massed close to Ukraine and in neighboring Belarus – an building up from an previous U.S. estimate of 130,000 troops.

Russia’s declare that it pulled again troops ‘can be excellent, however we now have now not but verified that,’ Biden mentioned. ‘Certainly, our analysts point out that they continue to be very a lot in a threatening place.’

Russia has denied having any invasion plans. It desires the West to stay Ukraine and different former Soviet international locations out of NATO, halt guns deployments close to Russian borders and roll again forces from Jap Europe.

The U.S. and its allies have roundly rejected the ones calls for, however they introduced to have interaction in talks with Russia on techniques to reinforce safety in Europe.

Talking after assembly with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Putin mentioned the West agreed to speak about a ban on missile deployment to Europe, restrictions on army drills and different confidence-building measures – problems that Moscow put at the desk years in the past.

He mentioned Russia is open to speak about ‘a few of the ones components,’ however added that it might achieve this best together ‘with the principle problems which can be of number one significance for us.’

Whilst Scholz reiterated that NATO’s eastward enlargement ‘isn’t at the time table – we all know that really well,’ Putin retorted that Moscow might not be assuaged through such assurances.

‘They’re telling us it would possibly not occur the next day,’ Putin mentioned. ‘Neatly, when will it occur? The day after the next day? What does it alternate for us within the ancient point of view? Not anything.’

Scholz additionally mentioned diplomatic choices are ‘a long way from exhausted,’ and he praised the announcement of a troop withdrawal as a ‘excellent sign,’ including: ‘We are hoping that extra will observe.’

The Russian Protection Ministry launched pictures of tanks and howitzers rolling onto railway platforms and extra tanks rolling throughout snowy fields. 

It didn’t reveal the place or when the photographs have been taken, or the place the cars have been headed, instead of ‘to puts of everlasting deployment.’ 

Russian tanks in Crimea begin returning to their home bases after training exercises, as Putin signals he is ready to start talking with the West

Russian tanks in Crimea start returning to their house bases after coaching workouts, as Putin alerts he is able to get started speaking with the West

Ukrainians gather around a huge flagpole in the city of Kramatorsk, near the breakaway region of Donetsk, to celebrate a national 'unity day' in defiance of Russian threats

Ukrainians accumulate round an enormous flagpole within the town of Kramatorsk, close to the breakaway area of Donetsk, to rejoice a countrywide ‘solidarity day’ in defiance of Russian threats

A child walks underneath a giant Ukrainian flag in the city of Sievierodonetsk, near the breakaway region of Luhansk, during a national 'unity day'

A kid walks beneath an enormous Ukrainian flag within the town of Sievierodonetsk, close to the breakaway area of Luhansk, all through a countrywide ‘solidarity day’

Russian Navy vessel Dmitry Rogachev sails through the Bosphorus Strait via Turkey on its way to the Black Sea amid warnings that Putin continues to build his forces

Russian Army vessel Dmitry Rogachev sails in the course of the Bosphorus Strait by way of Turkey on its strategy to the Black Sea amid warnings that Putin continues to construct his forces

Ukraine expressed skepticism.

‘We would possibly not consider after we listen, we will consider after we see,’ Ukrainian Overseas Minister Dmytro Kuleba mentioned.

And NATO Secretary-Common Jens Stoltenberg mentioned that there were no indicators, thus far, of a discounted army presence on Ukraine’s borders.

In the meantime, a chain of cyberattacks knocked out the internet sites of the Ukrainian military, the protection ministry and main banks. 

There was once no indication that the quite low-level denial-of-service assaults may well be a smoke display for extra severe cyber mischief. 

White Space press secretary Jen Psaki mentioned the U.S. has now not but made up our minds who was once in the back of the assaults.

Regardless of the worst East-West tensions in a long time, few Russians be expecting a struggle. In a village in Russia’s Belgorod area, about 30 kilometers (18 miles) from Ukraine’s border, citizens carried on with lifestyles as standard, whilst extra army group of workers had been passing via village streets.

‘We’re in point of fact at the border, we in point of fact have kinfolk right here and there, everybody has any individual’ at the Ukrainian facet, villager Lyudmila Nechvolod mentioned. ‘Nobody desires struggle.’

Russian lawmakers steered Putin to acknowledge rebel-held spaces in jap Ukraine as impartial states. The State Duma, Russia’s decrease space, voted to post an enchantment to Putin to that impact.

Putin mentioned the request displays the Russian public’s sympathy for the struggling of other people trapped within the battle in jap Ukraine that has killed over 14,000 since 2014. 

He famous, alternatively, that Russia continues to consider a 2015 peace deal brokered through France and Germany must function the principle car for a agreement of the separatist battle. 

Russian military vehicles are seen leaving Crimea across a bridge connecting it with mainland Russia, amid a rumoured drawn-down of forces

Russian army cars are noticed leaving Crimea throughout a bridge connecting it with mainland Russia, amid a rumoured drawn-down of forces

Images put out by the Russian ministry of defence appear to show tanks leaving the frontlines near Ukraine, though western leaders say the overall threat remains the same

Pictures put out through the Russian ministry of defence seem to turn tanks leaving the frontlines close to Ukraine, regardless that western leaders say the total risk stays the similar

Tanks are seen during a media tour at the Malyshev transport engineering plant in Ukraine

Tanks are noticed all through a media excursion on the Malyshev delivery engineering plant in Ukraine

Military vehicles leaving Crimea appear to have hit a Lada on a bridge connecting it with the Russian mainland on Wednesday

Army cars leaving Crimea seem to have hit a Lada on a bridge connecting it with the Russian mainland on Wednesday

West dangers Russian ire with plans to deploy 4,000 troops on Europe’s south-eastern borders

ThroughDavid Averre For Mailonline


Western defence ministers are set to fulfill in Brussels as of late to speak about plans to strengthen jap Europe with extra NATO troops in spite of Russia’s obvious willingness to withdraw from the border with Ukraine.

The plan would see 4 recent battlegroups of one,000 troops deploy alongside the alliance’s jap entrance, originally in Romania, in a transfer that immediately contravenes Russia’s safety call for that the West reduces its army presence alongside its border.

NATO secretary basic Jens Stoltenberg mentioned the proposal is being drawn up because of Russia’s contemporary aggression close to Ukraine and its ‘lasting affect of the protection scenario in Europe’.

However there are fears that the plans will anger Russian President Vladimir Putin and Defence Minister Sergey Shoigu, simply as Moscow has declared it does now not desire a struggle in Ukraine and started chickening out armoured cars from the frontline.

The deliberate deployment of as much as 4,000 NATO troops marks the alliance’s largest display of aggression in opposition to Russia in six years.  

Western defence ministers are set to discuss plans to reinforce eastern Europe with more NATO troops despite Russia's apparent willingness to withdraw from the border with Ukraine. NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg (left) said the proposal is being drawn up due to Russia's recent aggression near Ukraine and its 'lasting impact of the security situation in Europe' (Boris Johnson pictured right)

Western defence ministers are set to speak about plans to strengthen jap Europe with extra NATO troops in spite of Russia’s obvious willingness to withdraw from the border with Ukraine. NATO secretary basic Jens Stoltenberg (left) mentioned the proposal is being drawn up because of Russia’s contemporary aggression close to Ukraine and its ‘lasting affect of the protection scenario in Europe’ (Boris Johnson pictured appropriate)

There are fears that the plans will anger Russian President Vladimir Putin and Defence Minister Sergey Shoigu, just as Moscow has declared it does not want a war in Ukraine and began withdrawing armoured vehicles from the frontline

There are fears that the plans will anger Russian President Vladimir Putin and Defence Minister Sergey Shoigu, simply as Moscow has declared it does now not desire a struggle in Ukraine and started chickening out armoured cars from the frontline

The plan would see up to four fresh battlegroups of troops deploy along the alliance's eastern front, firstly in Romania, in a move that directly contravenes Russia's security demand that the West reduces its military presence along its border (Ukrainian troops pictured Feb 10, 2022)

The plan would see as much as 4 recent battlegroups of troops deploy alongside the alliance’s jap entrance, originally in Romania, in a transfer that immediately contravenes Russia’s safety call for that the West reduces its army presence alongside its border (Ukrainian troops pictured Feb 10, 2022)

Discussions around the proposal to introduce more NATO troops in eastern Europe comes as Moscow began withdrawing armoured vehicles from the frontline (Russian armoured vehicles are loaded onto railway platforms after the end of military drills in South Russia - Feb. 15, 2022)

Discussions across the proposal to introduce extra NATO troops in jap Europe comes as Moscow started chickening out armoured cars from the frontline (Russian armoured cars are loaded onto railway platforms after the top of army drills in South Russia – Feb. 15, 2022)

The plans come as an extension of a 2016 settlement which noticed the alliance deploy battlegroups in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland based on Russia’s annexation of Crimea.

The brand new deployment can be led essentially through France, who would set up troops in Romania, and a NATO-commanded Bulgarian fight workforce in Bulgaria.   

Stoltenberg mentioned: ‘NATO isn’t just responding to the present disaster however we also are going to imagine extra long-term changes to our posture within the east.

‘Defence ministers will deal with the wish to additional building up our defensive posture… it will take a while till we now have all of the selections in position.’

Some NATO international locations are reluctant to host allied battlegroups alternatively, with Hungarian President Viktor Orban and Defence Minister Tibor Benko not too long ago declining to simply accept troops.

Hungary enjoys quite sturdy family members with Russia in spite of being a member state of NATO, and is closely reliant on Moscow for its provide of gasoline, in addition to technical and fiscal improve with its nuclear power programme.  

However, Western defence ministers are anticipated to offer the golf green gentle to army commanders who will get a hold of an in depth plan for the strategic deployment of the 4 new fight teams.

The transfer may give Moscow reason for alarm as it might sign to Putin that NATO has no plans to imagine Russia’s safety calls for – a key impediment to calming tensions between the East and the West. 

In an inventory of contentious calls for submitted in December, Russian government asked promises from NATO and Western powers that Ukraine and different ex-Soviet international locations would now not be admitted to the alliance.

Moscow additionally demanded that NATO halt guns deployments close to Russian borders and roll again forces from Jap Europe.

Hungarian Defence Minister Tibor Benko said last month that there is no need for NATO to deploy its troops in Hungary amid tensions between Russia and the West over Ukraine

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban met with Putin earlier this month and requested more gas imports despite protests from his opposition at home

Hungarian Defence Minister Tibor Benko (L) final month declared that there’s no want for NATO to deploy its troops in Hungary amid tensions between Russia and the West over Ukraine, whilst High Minister Viktor Orban met with Putin previous this month to speak about expanding gasoline imports. Hungary enjoys quite sturdy family members with Russia in spite of being a member state of NATO, and is closely reliant on Moscow for its provide of gasoline, in addition to technical and fiscal improve with its nuclear power programme

The USA, UK and Western allies have introduced to have interaction Russia in talks on how to achieve a mutually agreed upon safety deal.

However the plans set to be mentioned as of late in Brussels would obviously sign a rejection of a few of Moscow’s maximum essential calls for. 

Talking after assembly with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz the day gone by, Putin mentioned the West agreed to speak about a ban on missile deployment to Europe and added that Russia is open to speak about ‘a few of the ones components,’ however insisted it might achieve this best together ‘with the principle problems which can be of number one significance for us.’

Requested if there can be a struggle in Europe, Putin mentioned Russia does not need it however that Ukraine’s bid to sign up for NATO posed a big safety risk to his nation and that Western leaders had now not but given a positive reaction at the subject.

‘In fact we are not looking for struggle,’ the President mentioned. ‘That is precisely why we put ahead the proposal to start out the negotiation procedure the place the end result must be an settlement making sure equivalent safety of everybody, together with our nation.

‘Sadly there was once no positive reaction to this proposal.’ 

Footage emerged today of Russian armoured vehicles being withdrawn from Crimea and Southern Russia where they were engaged in large scale military drills, with Russian authorities assuring that troops are being pulled back from Ukraine's borders

Photos emerged as of late of Russian armoured cars being withdrawn from Crimea and Southern Russia the place they have been engaged in huge scale army drills, with Russian government assuring that troops are being pulled again from Ukraine’s borders

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz (right) is pictured sitting down with Putin (left) in the Kremlin yesterday. Scholz is the latest foreign leader to be given the 'long table treatment' - for talks aimed at deescalating the crisis

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz (appropriate) is pictured sitting down with Putin (left) within the Kremlin the day gone by. Scholz is the most recent overseas chief to be given the ‘lengthy desk remedy’ – for talks geared toward deescalating the disaster

Photos emerged as of late of Russian armoured cars being withdrawn from Crimea and Southern Russia the place they have been engaged in huge scale army drills, with Russian government assuring that troops are being pulled again from Ukraine’s borders.

However the obvious army scale-back is being handled with excessive scepticism within the West, the place intelligence companies suspect is might be a part of a ruse to release a smaller army operation within the areas of Jap Ukraine the place Russian separatists are preventing.   

US President Joe Biden mentioned Russia’s claims of withdrawal ‘can be excellent, however we now have now not but verified that.’ 

‘Certainly, our analysts point out that they continue to be very a lot in a threatening place.’ 

‘Ukraine isn’t threatening Russia. Neither america nor NATO have missiles in Ukraine. We don’t, wouldn’t have plans to place them there as smartly. We aren’t concentrated on the folks of Russia. We don’t search to destabilise Russia.’

US President Joe Biden said Russia's claims of withdrawal 'would be good, but we have not yet verified that. Indeed, our analysts indicate that they remain very much in a threatening position.'

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson accused Putin of sending mixed messages, and said: 'The intelligence we are seeing today is still not encouraging. You have got more battalion tactical groups being brought closer to the border. What everybody needs to see is a programme of de-escalation.'

Russia’s obvious army scale-back is being handled with excessive scepticism within the West, the place intelligence companies suspect is might be a part of a ruse to release a smaller army operation within the areas of Jap Ukraine the place Russian separatists are preventing (left: Joe Biden, appropriate: Boris Johnson)

British High Minister Boris Johnson accused Putin of sending combined messages, and mentioned: ‘The intelligence we’re seeing as of late remains to be now not encouraging. You’ve got extra battalion tactical teams being introduced nearer to the border. What everyone wishes to peer is a programme of de-escalation.’

Ukraine additionally expressed scepticism about Russia’s statements of a pullback.

‘We would possibly not consider after we listen, we will consider after we see. After we see troops pulling out, we will consider in de-escalation,’ Ukrainian Overseas Minister Dmytro Kuleba mentioned.

Stoltenberg mentioned that ‘thus far, we now have now not noticed any indicators of lowered Russian army presence at the borders of Ukraine,’ including that the alliance desires to peer a ‘important and enduring withdrawal’ of forces, troops and heavy apparatus.


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