The Daily Mail reported that Russia is planning to invade Ukraine on February 16, a credible intelligence report has claimed, as US President Joe Biden held a meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Saturday to stop the war. Telephone calls were arranged immediately.
According to the German newspaper Der Spiegel, the US Secret Service, the CIA and the Pentagon are said to have received information about an “extraordinarily detailed” attack plan, scheduled for February 16.
The Daily Mail reported that the plans had been submitted to Biden’s government and discussed in a series of secret briefings with NATO allies.
They are said to contain specific routes that can be taken by individual Russian units and detail what role they may play in the conflict.
Der Spiegel suggests that the US is considering whether to make the plans public so as to undermine them.
The White House confirmed that Biden and Putin would discuss the crisis by phone today – just hours after thousands of Britons and Americans were warned to pull out of Ukraine as tensions reached boiling point.
The warning comes amid fears that Putin may launch an “air bombing” in Kiev, which could kill a large number of civilians.
Several other countries have now asked their citizens to leave the country, including Belgium, who warned on Saturday that there would be “no guarantee of evacuation” after a “sudden deterioration” because of “communication links including the Internet and telephone lines”. Can be seriously “affected” and air travel disrupted. To invade Ukraine on 16 February
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