On Sunday, the US ambassador to the United Nations said that she could not confirm the statement of the Mariupol city council that indicated the deportation of Ukrainian citizens to Russia from Mariupol.
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“Can you confirm? Does the United States know that this is happening? And if it did, how upsetting would it be?” Tupper asked Thomas Greenfield.
“I just heard that,” replied Thomas Greenfield. “I can’t confirm that.”
“But I can say, it is annoying. It is inconceivable that Russia would force Ukrainian citizens into Russia, and put them in what would essentially be concentration camps and prisoners.” So, that is something we need to check. Russia should not transfer Ukrainian citizens against their will to Russia.”
About chemical weapons, Thomas Greenfield told Taber That allied forces would “respond strongly” if Russian forces used such weapons against the Ukrainians, an idea the White House is warning could happen.
They used chemical weapons against their own people. And we are concerned that they may use chemical weapons in Ukraine.” said Thomas Greenfield.
We’ve been clear, if they go up to that level, we’ll respond aggressively to what they’re doing. You have seen the consequences so far of our actions against Russia and against Putin. And they feel the consequences. And they would feel even more if they made this unfortunate decision to use chemical weapons.”
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