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    Russia must pull back troops in Ukraine says US

    Obama said the moves might be no more than an effort to intimidate Ukraine, but could be a precursor to other actions.

    President Barack Obama on Friday said Russia’s troop buildup on the Ukraine border was out of the ordinary and called on Moscow to pull its military back and begin talks to defuse tensions.

    “You’ve seen a range of troops massing along that border under the guise of military exercises,” he said on CBS “This Morning” in Vatican City. “But these are not what Russia would normally be doing.”

    Obama said the moves might be no more than an effort to intimidate Ukraine, but could be a precursor to other actions. “It may be that they’ve got additional plans,” he said in excerpts from an interview with CBS “Evening News” to be broadcast in full on Friday night.

    Obama made his comments at the end of a visit to Europe, where the United States, Germany, France, Britain, Italy, Japan, and Canada warned Russia it faced additional damaging sanctions if it takes further action to destabilise Ukraine.

    Obama in his interview with CBS lamented that Putin seemed stuck in a Cold War mentality.

    “You would have thought that after a couple of decades that there’d be an awareness on the part of any Russian leader that the path forward is not to revert back to the kinds of practices that you know, were so prevalent during the Cold War,” he said.

    Meanwhile, a senior Russian security official was quoted as telling Putin that Moscow faces growing threats from the US and its allies, who are trying to weaken Russia’s influence on Ukraine. Russia was taking “offensive counter-intelligence and intelligence measures” to blunt Western efforts to “weaken Russian influence in a region that is of vital importance”, he said.

    (Reuters)

     
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