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Live Updates On The Ukraine-Russia Conflict: The Us Says Nato Would Intervene If Russia Attacks

Today, 13 March: Russia-Ukraine War Live Updates News, Russia-Ukraine Conflict Crisis News Meanwhile, Brent Renaud, a 51-year-old American journalist, was reportedly shot and killed by Russian forces in Ukraine on Sunday.

Live Updates On The Russia-ukraine Conflict: On Sunday, White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan Stated That If Russia's Attacks In Ukraine Cross Borders And Hit Nato Members, The Security Alliance Will Respond. President Joe Biden "Has Made Explicit Repeatedly That The United States Will Work With Our Partners To Defend Every Inch Of Nato Territory, And That Means Every Inch," Sullivan Said On Cbs News' "Face The Nation." He Went On To Say That A Military Strike On Nato Territory Would Trigger

According To Reuters, The Governor Of Ukraine's Lviv Region Announced On Sunday That 35 People Were Killed In A Russian Attack On Ukraine's Western Military Post. Russian Soldiers Fired More Than 30 Cruise Missiles At The Yavoriv Military Range, Which Is 30 Kilometres (19 Miles) Northwest Of Lviv And 35 Kilometres (22 Miles) From Ukraine's Border With Poland, According To Maksym Kozytskyi, The Governor Of The Lviv Area. The Us And Nato Have Dispatched Instructors To The Range, Which Is Also Known As The International Peacekeeping And Security Center, To Train Ukrainian Military Personnel On A Regular Basis. International Nato Drills Have Also Been Held At The Location.

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