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Ukraine crisis: Euronews answers your questions live from Kyiv

Euronews’ international correspondent Anelise Borges
Euronews’ international correspondent Anelise Borges Copyright Credit: Euronews
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By Anelise Borges
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Join us live as Euronews' international correspondent Anelise Borges answers your questions on the Ukraine crisis from Kyiv.

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Amid warnings that Russia may soon invade Ukraine, Euronews’ international correspondent Anelise Borges provides an insight into feelings on the ground in Kyiv.

US President Joe Biden warned on Thursday that there is a “distinct possibility” that Moscow could invade next month, following reports that Russia has amassed over 100,000 troops near the Ukrainian border.

Russia denies it wants a war or that it is planning to invade. It claims Ukraine’s closer integration with NATO is threatening its national security.

Watch Anelise's Q&A on the Ukraine crisis below. 

🔴 LIVE | Got a question on the Ukraine crisis? Our special correspondent Anelise Borges is in Kyiv to find out how locals are feeling amid warnings of a Russian invasion. Leave your questions in the comments.

Posted by Euronews English on Friday, January 28, 2022
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