NATO asked to step up against Russian military presence near Ukraine by Polish president

Attending a joint press conference with , during a visit to alliance headquarters in Brussels on Thursday, expressed his concerns regarding the possible invasion of Ukraine by Russian troops. He said: “Caution and vigilance from NATO, which is responsible for the military security of the allies, is necessary.”

Conflict Intelligence Team, a respected collective of Russian investigative journalists, put out a report on Wednesday based on open-sourced data that showed the Russian military moving tanks to new locations close to the Ukrainian border.

The report said: “We agree with estimates by (foreign) intelligence that Russia would be  [BREAKING] 

“This is not a threat to Russia and it helps Ukraine to defend itself from aggression.”

Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov recently dismissed US media allegations of Moscow’s purported plans to invade Ukraine as part of efforts to discredit Russia.

He instead insisted troop movements on Russia’s own territory shouldn’t concern anyone.

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