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“While there, he reaffirmed the US commitment to support Ukraine in its fight against Russian aggression, including continuous intelligence sharing,” a US official told the TV channel.
Sources declined to provide details about the trip.
CNN believes Burns’ trip is linked to growing U.S. concern that Russia could use nuclear weapons in its war against Ukraine. Burns and other US officials have publicly said they see no evidence of Moscow actively preparing for such a move, but officials familiar with the intelligence warn that the risk may be the highest since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February.
- At the end of September, Burns said that the nuclear threats of the Russian dictator Vladimir Putin must be taken very seriously.
See also: Wallace: It is very unlikely that Putin will use nuclear weapons
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