At the U.S.-Russia summit meeting on December 7, U.S. government officials expressed concern to President Putin about military tensions over Ukraine and urged Russia not to escalate the situation. I made it clear that I would stab.

US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold an online summit meeting on the 7th to discuss Russia's military activities near the Ukrainian border.

Prior to this, a senior Biden administration official told reporters yesterday that the United States did not want a clash with Russia, saying, "President Biden is concerned that Russia is deploying troops at the Ukrainian border. I state. I clearly state that if the Russian side goes ahead, it will come at a very high price. "

"It is possible that European countries and the United States will take countermeasures that will seriously damage the Russian economy," he said.

On the other hand, he declined to elaborate on whether the United States is ready to take a military response, saying, "I don't want to be in a situation where the direct use of military force is central to countermeasures."

President Biden has decided to exchange opinions with the leaders of European allies before the meeting with President Putin, and would like to face the Russian side in line with the allies.