Biden Putin had an emergency phone call for more than an hour, and more than 10 countries demanded the evacuation of people. Oil prices and gold prices rose together.

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According to CCTV news, ON February 12, local time, US President Joe Biden and His Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin talked on the phone about the situation in Ukraine, which lasted more than an hour.The Kremlin issued a statement saying U.S. warnings of an “imminent Russian invasion of Ukraine” had reached “absurd” levels and that the U.S. response to Russia’s security assurances proposal ignored Russia’s main concerns.U.S. President Joe Biden has said in a telephone conversation that the United States and the Soviet Union worked hard to avoid a catastrophic conflict during the Cold War.Even though the United States and Russia are now rivals, both sides must do everything they can to keep the world safe and prevent the situation in Ukraine from turning into an abyss.Mr. Biden said he was committed to a diplomatic solution and outlined his concerns about Russia’s proposed draft security treaty.Putin responded to Biden on the phone that Russia will carefully analyze and evaluate the responses of the United States and NATO to the draft security treaty, as well as Biden’s concerns, and will inform all parties in the near future what measures Russia will take in response.Putin also pointed out that the US and NATO responses ignore key elements of the Russian initiative.There were no answers to key questions about NATO expansion, the deployment of surprise troops on Ukrainian territory and the return of NATO to its pre-1997 status.On the situation in Ukraine, Putin stressed that the West is not putting enough pressure on the Ukrainian authorities to implement the Minsk agreements.The trend toward the militarization of Ukraine and the supply of modern weapons to Ukraine are extremely dangerous.The more the West does so, the more it encourages possible provocations by Ukrainian militants in Donbas and Crimea.Putin also pointed out that Russia does not understand why the US deliberately gave false information to the media about Russia’s plan to “invade” Ukraine.On the same day, Russian Presidential aide Dmitry Ushakov commented to Russian media on the phone conversation between the Russian and US presidents.Ushakov said Biden raised the possibility of tough U.S. sanctions against Russia if the situation in Ukraine worsens.But the topic was not the focus of the phone call between the Russian and US presidents.The call did not address how Russia would respond to possible provocations by Kiev in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.Ushakov stressed that the call was initiated by the United States and was originally scheduled to take place on February 14.Hysteria in the US about a Russian “invasion” of Ukraine has reached its peak.The Australian Embassy in Kiev, capital of Ukraine, will be evacuated due to the grave security situation in the country, Australian Foreign Minister Mark Payne said Thursday.The Australian embassy in Kiev will be moved to The Ukrainian city of Lviv due to the possibility of sudden changes in the security situation in Ukraine, and advised the Immediate evacuation of Australian personnel in Ukraine.The German federal government has asked its citizens to leave Ukraine because of the tense situation on the border with Ukraine, the German Foreign Ministry said Thursday.According to German Foreign Minister Berberk, the German embassy in Ukraine will remain open, but with a reduced number of staff.The federal Foreign Ministry issued a formal statement to German citizens in Ukraine, saying: “If you are currently in Ukraine, please confirm the necessity – if not, leave the country at short notice.”The German foreign ministry also warned that a military clash could not be ruled out because of the large troop buildup on the Ukrainian border and the increased tension between Russia and Ukraine in the past.The statement advised employees of German financial institutions, members of international organizations, teachers and family members of embassy staff in Ukraine to leave the country.Israeli Defense Minister Olaf Gantz ordered the Israeli defense Forces to prepare for a possible evacuation of Israeli citizens from Ukraine, an official in his office said Sunday afternoon.In the evening, Israeli Prime Minister Bennett, Foreign Minister Lapid and other senior government officials also held an emergency meeting to discuss the situation in Ukraine and possible evacuation actions.Earlier, Israel’s foreign ministry issued a travel warning to Israeli citizens, urging those in Ukraine to consider leaving the country and advising Israeli citizens to avoid travel to Ukraine.In addition, the families of Israeli diplomats in Ukraine have been evacuated.According to local Israeli media, there are currently about 15,000 Israeli citizens living in Ukraine.Sweden’s foreign ministry has urged all Swedes in Ukraine to leave the country, and authorities have advised all Swedes not to travel to Ukraine, SVT reported Tuesday.Foreign Minister Ann Linde said the Swedish Foreign Ministry had decided not to evacuate its embassy staff in Ukraine because of the uncertainty surrounding the situation.An estimated 200 to 300 Swedes are in Ukraine, according to the Swedish Embassy in Kiev.The United States, Britain, Denmark, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia and other countries have also asked their citizens to leave Ukraine.All Americans in Ukraine should leave the country within the next 24 to 48 hours, U.S. National Security Adviser John Sullivan said Thursday, amid rising tensions in the eastern part of the country.In a statement at a White House briefing, Mr. Sullivan said that based on the latest intelligence, Russian military action against Ukraine could begin at any time, and that the United States and its Allies were prepared to respond to future scenarios.In his remarks, Sullivan also issued a warning to U.S. citizens remaining in Ukraine, saying all Americans should leave the country as soon as possible.He said the United States would not be able to guarantee a military evacuation of American citizens in Ukraine in the event of Russian military action.In the process of the CONTINUOUS pressure on Russia by the United States, Europe continues to mediate and mediate the russia-Ukraine border conflict.French President Emmanuel Macron and His Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin will discuss the border conflict between Russia and Ukraine by phone at noon on Tuesday local time, the French presidential palace said on Sunday evening, adding that France and Europe still want to resolve the crisis through diplomacy and dialogue.On The same day, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu met with visiting British Defense Secretary William Wallace in Moscow.Shoigu said the West could help ease tensions by stopping supplying arms to Ukraine.On the same day, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said NATO was seeking an excuse to continue strengthening its military presence near The Russian border by stoking tensions around Ukraine.The US and UK governments have advised their citizens to leave Ukraine as soon as possible, and the European Union has begun withdrawing non-essential staff from The country, apparently inflating the already tense situation between Russia and Ukraine.Oil prices rose sharply on Friday, Feb. 11, as continuing geopolitical tensions in Russia, a major producer and exporter of oil and gas, raised market concerns.New York Mercantile Exchange light crude for March delivery rose more than 5% intraday to hit $94.66 a barrel, the highest since Sept. 30, 2014, before retreating slightly to close up 3.58% at $93.10 a barrel.Brent crude, the international benchmark, closed 3.3 per cent at $94.44 a barrel and briefly breached $95, its highest level since September 2014, with trading volumes surging to their highest level in more than two months, particularly in the last hour of trading.On the same day, the International Energy Agency (IEA) released its latest oil report, predicting that global demand will reach a record 100.6 million barrels per day (BPD) this year as COVID-19 restrictions are eased.The International Energy Agency warned that global oil prices could climb further because of “negative” efforts by Opec + to restore production.That day, news of escalating tensions sent a rush into gold as a safe haven.Spot gold rose more than 2% at one point, surging $35 to a brief high of $1,865.37 an ounce before closing at $1,858.85.In the middle of the night, Biden and Putin made an emergency phone call for more than an hour, and Russia responded to the argument of “invading Ukraine”. More than 10 countries demanded the evacuation of Russian soldiers, and oil prices and gold prices soared.