USA and Russia current relations: SSB Interview Questions [Fully Explained]

As we all are aware of the Russia-Ukraine Conflict which is now entering in its tenth month, Joe Biden the POTUS recently made some announcements regarding the latter. The Biden administration announced new economic sanctions on hundreds of Russian officials and entities Friday in response to the Kremlin’s illegal annexation of four regions of Ukraine. This topic is important for Group Discussion as well as Lecturette in SSB Interview.

Biden Warns Putin- “Make No Mistake”

Make no mistake: these actions have no legitimacy,” President Joe Biden said in a statement slamming Russian President Vladimir Putin’s goal of recreating a Soviet-style Russian empire.

Regions Annexed By Russia

In announcing the annexations Friday in Moscow, Putin declared that “There are four new regions of Russia,” referring to the Ukrainian regions of Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson.

Impact Of Sanctions On Russia

The new sanctions target several front companies outside of Russia that was created this year to help major Russian military suppliers evade the sanctions they had already faced.

The new designations also expand sanctions on top Kremlin officials to include their wives and adult children. After seven months of war and economic sanctions, these revisions offer a window into what U.S. officials believe is working.

The Treasury Department named 14 international suppliers that assisted Russia’s military supply chains. It also imposed designations on 109 members of Russia’s State Duma and 169 members of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation.

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US Military Aid To Ukraine

On Wednesday, the Biden administration announced $1.1 billion in additional security assistance for Ukraine. The upcoming aid package, the 22nd such installment, brings U.S. commitment to more than $16.2 billion since Russia’s invasion in late February.

Chaos In Russia

Putin’s order for approximately 300,000 Russians to join the fight is the first time since World War II that Moscow has drafted civilians into the military for war.

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WAR Tragedy

So far, the U.N. estimates that Russia’s invasion has claimed nearly 6,000 civilian lives and led to more than 8,600 injuries. The Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights adds that the death toll in Ukraine is likely higher.

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Divyanshu Pandey

    Senior Lecturer General Studies, SSBCrackExams, Cleared CDS 4 times, NDA 2 times, Ex- N.C.C. cadet, SSB Expert. Passionate Teacher, Trained defence aspirants for their SSB Interview, BSc in PCM expertise in Geography, Indian Polity, Current Affairs and Defence affairs. Writing Article and Travelling solo.

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