U.S. Preparing Deterrent Efforts Against Russian Invasion of Ukraine

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Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin said the U.S. remains concerned about a Russian military buildup near the Ukraine border region and called on President Vladimir Putin to be transparent about his actions.

“Russia has a substantial amount of forces in the border region,” Austin said in Seoul on Thursday during a visit to discuss security cooperation with South Korea. “The best case is that we won’t see an incursion,” he added.

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