China News Service, January 29th. According to the US "Capitol Hill" report, when the tension between Russia and Ukraine has not eased, US President Biden said on the 28th local time that he plans to send a small number of US troops to Eastern Europe "in the near future".

Data map: US President Biden.

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  According to reports, "I will transfer troops to NATO's Eastern European countries in the near future." Biden said at Joint Base Andrew, "Not a lot." The Pentagon had previously placed 8,500 American soldiers on high alert.

  On the same day, Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov said that Russia does not want a war with Ukraine, but he stressed that Russia will not allow Western countries to ignore Russia's interests.

  Recently, the deterioration of Russia-Ukraine relations has accelerated, and the two sides have deployed a large number of military personnel and equipment in the border areas of the two countries.

The United States, Ukraine and NATO allege that Russia has the potential of "invasion", which Russia has repeatedly denied.