美国总统拜登星期四警告俄罗斯总统普京
日期:2022-01-04 10:00

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U.S. President Joe Biden Thursday warned his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin of a tough U.S. response to any invasion of Ukraine while the Kremlin leader said anti-Moscow sanctions would be, quote, "a colossal mistake," end quote.

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After a 50-minute phone call, their second in just over three weeks, both presidents indicated support for further diplomacy on the tense standoff between Russia and Western-backed Ukraine.

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经过50分钟的电话交谈——这是他们三周多以来的第二次通话——两位总统都表示支持展开进一步交涉以解决俄罗斯和西方支持的乌克兰之间的紧张对峙Uy0fIV*nO;zl#@#-

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Putin was pleased overall with the talks, his foreign policy adviser told reporters.

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A senior U.S. official who spoke on condition of anonymity said the tone was "serious and substantive."

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But there was no disguising the depth of disagreement or the dangerously high stakes on the fringes of Eastern Europe.

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Ahead of in-person negotiations between high-ranking Russian and U.S. officials January 10, Mr. Biden's press secretary said in a statement that the president, quote, "made clear that the United States and its allies and partners will respond decisively if Russia further invade Ukraine," end quote.

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在俄罗斯和美国高级官员于1月10日进行面对面谈判之前,拜登的新闻秘书在一份声明中称,总统“已明确表示,如果俄罗斯进一步入侵乌克兰,美国及其盟友和伙伴将作出果断回应u*pb)eD|Ue^u。”

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The congressional committee investigating the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol Thursday urged the Supreme Court to deny a request by former President Donald Trump to shield some of his White House records.

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In a written brief, the committee asked the high court to leave in place a lower court ruling that cleared the way for investigators to see telephone records, visitor logs and other documents for the closing weeks of Trump's presidency.

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在一份书面简报中,该委员会要求最高法院保留下级法院的一项裁决,该裁决为调查人员查看特朗普总统任期最后几周的电话记录、访客记录和其他文件扫清了道路QE3wUwj1H0e27)f]

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The committee has said it needs the requested materials to understand the role Trump may have played in fomenting the riot.

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More than 100 police officers were injured during the multi-hour onslaught by Trump's supporters.

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