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America’s retaliate on Putin’s statement, said – we are ready to deal with every situation

Washington. America has given a befitting reply to the threat of Russian President Vladimir Putin. In the US, White House spokeswoman Karen Jean-Pierre has said that Russia wants to use energy as a weapon, but Russian President Putin should understand that we are prepared for those potential risks. On Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that if the US or Western countries try to control Russian energy prices, then we will stop supplying energy to Europe. Karen said Putin’s statement shows that he is once again weaponizing energy with his words and his actions.

White House spokeswoman Karen Jean-Pierre said President Joe Biden and our allies in Europe had already predicted Russia’s move. So we have been preparing for months to face this situation. He said that we are looking at various options for setting a price cap to control Russian energy prices. In fact, recently the G-7 countries have decided to set a price limit on Russian energy exports. He says that Russia is using energy money to attack Ukraine. Therefore, by controlling the price, the economic condition of Russia can be weakened. This will also help in fighting global inflation. White House press secretary Karen Jean-Pierre said, “We are already alert to this possible move by Russia.” Our President Joe Biden had already expressed his apprehension. So we have been preparing for it for months. We have discussed various options for setting the price range. ,

Karen said the US and the European Union have set up a task force to develop alternative sources of natural gas in Europe. Earlier, the US had said that it was determined to implement a price cap on Russian oil imports in line with the declaration of the G-7 group of developed countries. The US says an “effective way” to set limits on Russian oil prices would hit the main source of funding for Russia’s “illegal war” in Ukraine. Apart from this, the move is also expected to help the US fight the rapidly rising global inflation.

The member countries of the G7 group on Friday pledged to take immediate steps to impose a price cap on Russian oil imports. Russia is using the proceeds from the sale of its crude oil in the ongoing military action against Ukraine. To dilute this financial source, the G7 wants to set a limit on Russian oil. All Western countries, including the US, are taking a tough stand against Russia’s attack on Ukraine and they have also imposed many economic sanctions on Russia. But Russia, neutralized by these sanctions, continues its campaign against Ukraine.

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