Russia has compiled a draft list of possible killings or arrests following the invasion of Ukraine. The United States has claimed that.
Washington has also issued a warning letter to the United Nations. White House National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan said “this is a sign of how violent and ruthless the Russian invasion of Ukraine will be.”
“It’s not just a conventional war between the two countries, so the level of atrocities is likely to be much higher. Russia is going to impose a war on the citizens of Ukraine to suppress them,” he told NBC’s Today Show on Monday morning.
Meanwhile, the Kremlin has said that there is no real plan for a conference between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden on the Ukraine crisis.
Earlier, French President Emmanuel Macron claimed that the two leaders had agreed in a meeting. The conference was seen as a way out of Europe’s biggest military crisis in decades.