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Kadyrov: "It would be better to end the resistance"; Russians are amassing troops

In the negotiations with the Russian Federation, Ukraine adheres to the Istanbul Communiqu and has not changed its positions, said the head of the Ukrainian negotiating delegation, David Arakhamia.
U.S. President Joseph Biden indirectly accused Vladimir Putin of genocide.

Mass grave near Kyiv; Kadyrov: Russian forces launch an offensive throughout Ukraine

Ramzan Kadyrov, the head of the Russian republic of Chechnya, said early this morning that Russian forces would launch an offensive, not only on the besieged port of Mariupol, but also on Kyiv and other Ukrainian cities.
Sirens for air strikes have sounded throughout Ukraine, including the regions of Lviv, Kyiv, the Dnieper and Zaporozhye, local media reported.

Macron backs Russia dialogue despite Navalny ’mistake’

French President Emmanuel Macron on Feb. 4 said it was essential to continue dialogue with Russia despite its "huge mistake" in jailing opposition figure Alexei Navalny.

Macron has long pushed for a working relationship with Russia under President Vladimir Putin and renewed his commitment to the strategy during a question and answer session with the Atlantic Council think tank.

EU Sends Foreign Policy Chief to Moscow as Tensions over Navalny Jail Sentence Mount

European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell jets to Moscow on February 4 amid jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny and crackdown against protesters. According to the Moscow Times, Borrell's visit marks the first to Russia by a tip EU envoy since 2017.

Joe Biden Had Phone Talk with Vladimir Putin, Raised Some Sore Issues

US President Joe Biden has had his first call with Vladimir Putin, the White House and Kremlin said.

Mr Biden raised concerns about the arrest of opposition figure Alexei Navalny while pressing the Russian president on his nation's involvement in a massive cyber espionage campaign and bounties on American troops in Afghanistan, US officials said.

Navalny’s Team Released Two-Hour Video Featuring Putin’s Deluxe Palace in Crimea

Alexei Navalny's team on Tuesday released a two-hour video featuring details of a luxurious property on Russia's southern Black Sea coast purportedly belonging to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The YouTube feature, accompanied by a blog post from the jailed dissident, claims Putin's property cost $1.35 billion (€1.1 billion) and was paid for "with the largest bribe in history."

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