Biden Draws Line at Russian Troops Crossing Ukraine Border

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President Joe Biden said Russia will “pay a heavy price” if any of its forces move across the border into Ukraine after earlier suggesting Western allies might struggle to react to a small-scale attack.

A day before the top U.S. diplomat meets Russia’s foreign minister in Geneva, Biden said Thursday he has issued clear warnings to Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, who has amassed about 100,000 troops at the border with Ukraine despite denying any plans to attack.

“If any, any assembled Russian units move across the Ukrainian border, that is an invasion,” Biden said in comments at the White House. Such a move would bring a “severe and coordinated economic response that I’ve discussed in detail with our allies as well as laid out very clearly for President Putin. There is no doubt — let there be no doubt at all that if Putin makes this choice, Russia will pay a heavy price.”

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