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Written by SOT.COM.AL 29 Janar 2022
Reuters news agency has revealed another significant move by Russia, amid the heated conflict that has raised fears of a possible war on Ukraine.
Citing "three US officials," Reuters reported Saturday that Russia allegedly moved "a blood bank" and other medical supplies near Ukraine.
Officials quoted by Reuters news agency argued that this was one of the "concrete indicators" of whether Moscow was ready to start a war or not.
"Disclosure of blood supply supplies" by unidentified US officials "completes the puzzle amid growing US warnings that Russia may be preparing for a new invasion of Ukraine," Reuters notes in an article published on 29 January.
Blood tank supplies have a short shelf life, usually about 14 days when stored in the refrigerator.
Two of the officials quoted in the report told Reuters that the blood supplies were sent "within the last few weeks", but did not give a specific timeline.
The report came on the same day that a senior Pentagon official, General Mark Milley, warned that the impact of a possible Russian invasion would be "terrible" and would result in many casualties.