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  • Sergei Shoigu
    Sergei Shoigu “The U.S. and its allies are trying to prolong the conflict as much as possible. To do this, they have started supplying heavy offensive weapons, openly urging Ukraine to seize our territories. In fact, such steps are dragging NATO countries into the conflict and could lead to an unpredictable level of escalation.” 3 hours ago
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    Oleg Danilov “Attempts at an offensive in either the Kharkiv or Zaporizhzhia direction will of course be made. How successful they'll be will depend on us.” 3 hours ago
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    John Kirby “It strains credulity … that this was some kind of weather balloon that was floating on the winds.” 3 hours ago
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“The U.S. and its allies are trying to prolong the conflict as much as possible. To do this, they have started supplying heavy offensive weapons, openly urging Ukraine to seize our territories. In fact, such steps are dragging NATO countries into the conflict and could lead to an unpredictable level of escalation.”

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Russian Defence Minister
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“Attempts at an offensive in either the Kharkiv or Zaporizhzhia direction will of course be made. How successful they'll be will depend on us.”

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Secretary of Ukraine's Security and Defence Council
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“The North appears to take a two-track approach in implementing this year's policy goals - strengthening defense capabilities and enhancing people's livelihoods.”

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Professor at the University of North Korean Studies
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“We are seeing more and more (Russian) reserves being deployed in our direction, we are seeing more equipment being brought in. They bring ammunition that is used differently than before - it is not round-the-clock shelling anymore. They are slowly starting to save, getting ready for a full-scale offensive. It will most likely take them 10 days to gather reserves. After Feb. 15 we can expect (this offensive) at any time.”

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Governor of Luhansk region
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“You can get a lot of visual information from a satellite, but somewhere as far north as [the state of] Montana, a satellite only has a few seconds of time over the target whereas a balloon has more time. The second thing a balloon would be capable of doing would be gathering electronic signals, so it could intercept communications. If we do recover [the balloon] and it does prove to be surveillance stuff, I think there will be some public display of that. This will be further embarrassment for the Chinese.”

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Professor at the US-based National Defense University
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“Allowing a spy balloon from the Communist Party of China to travel across the entire continental United States before contesting its presence is a disastrous projection of weakness by the White House.”

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Top Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee
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“It's very important to emphasise that the presence of this surveillance balloon over the United States, in our skies, is a clear violation of our sovereignty, a clear violation of international law and clearly unacceptable.”

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U.S. Secretary of State
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“They have satellites that are sophisticated and it's not clear to me what intelligence advantage they could gain by doing this. Perhaps it fits in with the 'Wolf Warrior' diplomacy that China has pursued: being aggressive in pursuit of its interests until there is a strong pushback.”

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Former Deputy National Intelligence Officer for Transnational Threats at the CIA
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“Today … we reached a very important mutual understanding. That only together - a strong Ukraine and a strong European Union - can we defend the life that we value, and through our further integration, provide energy and motivation for our people to fight on regardless of obstacles and threats.”

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President of Ukraine
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“Definite increase has been noted in the offensive operations of the occupiers on the front in the east of our country. The situation has become tougher. The enemy is trying to achieve at least something now to show that Russia has some chances on the anniversary of the invasion.”

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President of Ukraine
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“I am against sending any lethal arms there. It prolongs the war. What is the goal? Disintegration of Russia, change of the government? There is also talk of tearing Russia apart. This is mad. It is clear that Crimea will never again be part of Ukraine. What is the goal of this war? A war against a nuclear power that is at war in another country? Is there a conventional way to defeat such a country? Who pays the price? Europe. America pays the least,” he said. “A year has passed and we are only now talking about tanks. Not a single American tank will go to Ukraine in a year. Only German tanks will be sent there.”

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Croatian President
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“The fact we've only just made a decision [on sending tanks] and already the next debate [fighter jets] is firing up in Germany - that just seems frivolous and undermines people's trust in government decisions. I can only advise against entering a bidding war over weapons systems.”

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Chancellor of Germany
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“If China failed to take control of Taiwan bloodlessly then they are going to look at a military invasion in my judgement. We have to be prepared for this. The odds are very high that we could see a conflict with China and Taiwan and the Indo-Pacific.”

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Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the US House of Representatives
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“Similar sick megalomania, similar lust for power, and similar-sounding myths about uniqueness, greatness, primacy … only written in Russian. Innocent people are dying en masse in Europe, again. Wola district in Warsaw, Zamojszczyzna, Oradour and Lidice today are called Bucha, Irpin, Hostomel, Mariupol and Donetsk. Being silent means giving voice to the perpetrators. Remaining indifferent is tantamount to condoning murder. Russia, unable to conquer Ukraine, has decided to destroy it. We see it every day, even as we stand here.”

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Director of the Auschwitz Nazi death camp memorial
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“I express serious concern over the US escalating the war situation by providing Ukraine with military hardware for ground offensive. The US is the arch criminal which poses serious threat and challenge to the strategic security of Russia and pushes the regional situation to the present grave phase. I do not doubt that any military hardware the US and the West boast of will be burnt into pieces in the face of the indomitable fighting spirit and might of the heroic Russian army and people. North Korea will always stand in the same trench with Russia.”

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North Korean politician serving as the Deputy Director of the United Front Department of the Workers' Party of Korea
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“Even if there were individual members who actually had contact or relationships with the North Korean government, treating the entire union as an espionage organisation should be avoided. So far, some right-wing politicians are doing that and I hope that it does not actually affect the work of the Yoon administration.”

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Law professor at Korea University
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“China is the world's second-largest economy, its largest manufacturer, and its largest trader. It will be a big part of the global financial picture for decades to come. Instead of fatalistically accepting the descent of an economic iron curtain, Washington should negotiate aggressively with China to win opportunities for Americans in its market. Administration officials should have serious discussions with Chinese leadership about how to manage the decoupling in a way that allows for mutually beneficial trade. Right now, the two countries are mostly trading charges and countercharges while doing nothing to expand mutually beneficial economic opportunities.”

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Founder and Chair of the Paulson Institute - Secretary of the U.S. Treasury from 2006 to 2009.
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“The thing to remember here is the real value that the main battle tank Leopard 2 possesses is that it is a heavier and faster tank than many of the tanks the Russian army has in Ukraine. It's also the case that very many different European Union countries have certain forms of the Leopard 2 tanks. The principle here is clear: There are many of them in the EU but also in NATO European countries.”

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Al Jazeera’s journalist reporting from Berlin
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“It is obvious that Washington is purposefully trying to inflict a strategic defeat on us. If the United States decides to supply tanks, then justifying such a step with arguments about 'defensive weapons' will definitely not work. This would be another blatant provocation against the Russian Federation.”

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Russia ambassador to the US
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“The system of mobilisation training in our country was not fully adapted to the new modern economic relations. So I had to fix everything on the go. Military reforms announced mid-January could be adjusted to respond to security threats. Today, such [security] threats include the aspirations of the North Atlantic Alliance to expand to Finland and Sweden, as well as the use of Ukraine as a tool for waging a hybrid war against our country.”

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Chief of Russia’s military general staff
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“Now we are setting a limit to the number of Russian diplomats working in Estonia in order to achieve parity. Today's step is in correlation with the low point of our relations in general.”

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Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia
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“To the Germans: Send tanks to Ukraine because they need them. It is in your own national interest that [Russian President Vladimir] Putin loses in Ukraine. To the [US President Joe] Biden Administration: Send American tanks so that others will follow our lead.”

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Senator from South Carolina and member of the Republican Party
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“We have repeatedly said that such supplies will not fundamentally change anything, but will add problems for Ukraine and the Ukrainian people. We see a devotion to the dramatic delusion that Ukraine can succeed on the battlefield. This is a dramatic delusion of the Western community that will more than once be cause for regret.”

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Kremlin spokesman
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“There are good reasons for the deliveries and there are good reasons against, and in view of the entire situation of a war that has been ongoing for almost one year, all pros and cons must be weighed very carefully. We will make our decisions as soon as possible. I am very sure that there will be a decision in the short term but … I don't know how the decision will look.”

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Minister of Defence of Germany
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“From Washington to London, from Paris to Warsaw, you hear one thing: Ukraine needs tanks. Tanks are the key to ending the war properly. It is time to stop trembling before Putin and take the final step.”

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Advisor to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy
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“Potentially, this is extremely dangerous. It will mean bringing the conflict to a whole new level which, of course, will not bode well from the point of view of global and pan-European security.”

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Kremlin spokesman
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“The Wagner Group has its own tanks, artillery and drones, while maintaining an independent command and control system. In effect, it functions as a combined arms force. This victory is definitely credited to the Wagner Group, which is bound to affect relations with the Russian army. The battle of Bakhmut is the key to both sides' future plans in Donbas. If the Russians manage to occupy the town, they will try to regain some of the territory lost since September. If the Ukrainians defend the town successfully, they can ask for more western support for their spring counterattack in the region. At present, the Ukrainian army does not seem to have either the reserves or the equipment to push deeper into Donbas.”

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International security expert from King’s College London
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“The Ukrainian military in incredibly difficult weather conditions under heavy enemy fire keep the situation under control. The occupiers have suffered colossal losses during this entire period, and have not been able to systematically break through our defence anywhere.”

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Spokesman for Ukraine’s eastern forces
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“We should give all necessary support to Ukraine especially because Russia is preparing in February and March an offensive in Ukraine and Ukraine should have all necessary weapons and support to resist this offensive. Therefore all tanks should be given to Ukraine when possible.”

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President of Latvia
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“We think that we need the foreign forces. Elimination of ISIS needs some more time. Inside Iraq we do not need combat forces. If there is a threat for Iraq, it is the penetration of the [ISIL] cells through Syria. I don't see this as an impossible matter, to see Iraq have a good relationship with Iran and the US.”

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Iraqi Prime Minister
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“Russia says it's taken full control of Soledar, but the smoke rising from impact sites, the explosions from almost constant artillery and heavy machine gun fire suggests otherwise.”

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Al Jazeera’s journalist reporting from near Soledar (Ukraine)
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“The tough battle for the Donetsk region continues. The battle for Bakhmut and Soledar, for Kreminna, for other towns and villages in the east of our country continues. Although the enemy has concentrated its greatest forces in this direction, our troops - the Armed Forces of Ukraine, all defence and security forces - are defending the state. They are already fighting among themselves over who should be credited with some tactical advance. It's a clear signal of failure for the enemy. And it's another incentive for all of us to put more pressure on the occupier and to inflict heavier losses on the enemy.”

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President of Ukraine
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“Even if both Bakhmut and Soledar fall to the Russians, it's not going to have a strategic impact on the war itself and it certainly isn't going to stop the Ukrainians or slow them down.”

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Pentagon spokesman
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“I'm calling to you, the people of Mogadishu, the Kharijites [renegades] are amongst you … so flush them out. They are in your houses, they are your neighbours, in cars that pass you by. I want us to commit today to flushing them out. They are like bedbugs under our clothes. We will never accept extremist killing or robbing our people and we will also never accept the killing of our innocent people. We will protect them from al-Shabab. Anyone who does that [kills innocent people] will face trial or justice. The people are tired of massacres, killings, and all kinds of misdeeds and they are now saying to al-Shabab: 'Enough is enough'.”

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President of Somalia
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“The move was made to streamline the chain of command in the Ukraine operation. The appointment of Gerasimov means the importance of the operation has grown and the scope of the operation may expand beyond what we see today. That is very significant. The war is getting bigger, more dangerous, and I think this is above the level of a field commander. This is now in the hands of the overall commander of the Russian armed forces.”

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Director of the Carnegie Moscow Center and a former colonel in the Russian army
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“War with China would produce destruction on a scale unseen by the United States since 1945. Deterrence is possible and affordable, but it will require planning, some resources and political will. In four weeks of fighting, the United States typically lost hundreds of aircraft, two aircraft carriers and up to two dozen other ships. Bases on Guam were devastated. The Taiwanese economy suffered extensive damage. Japan was often dragged into war. China also took terrible losses, often including more than 100 warships and tens of thousands of soldiers killed, wounded or captured. Such a failure might endanger the Chinese Communist Party's grip on power.”

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Senior adviser with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) International Security Program and former U.S. Marine Corps colonel
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“Bolsonaro's supporters have been organising these attacks on their Telegram channels, and during the past week buses carrying hundreds of people have been arriving in Brasilia. So it came as a surprise that the security forces in Brasilia were so slow to act, and this has cast some doubts about their loyalties because the military police and the armed forces, in general, have been staunch supporters of Bolsonaro. Earlier videos on social media had shown a limited presence of the capital's military police, with one of them showing officers standing by as people flooded into Congress, with one using his phone to record images. Lula's main goal now is to stop any attempted coups and further situations like this. We must remember that although there were only a few people who entered these three buildings and destroyed windows and furniture, Bolsonaro has many supporters throughout Brazil, who believe that the elections have been rigged, who believe the Supreme Court is biased, who believe Congress will wheel and deal with the government and who believe they are right in stopping Lula from governing.”

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Al Jazeera’s journalist reporting from Rio de Janeiro
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“Because it took this long, now we've learned how to govern. So now we'll be able to get the job done. At the end of the day, we're going to be more effective, more efficient and definitely government is going to be more accountable.”

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Speaker of the United States House of Representatives
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“It is deeply gratifying to note the enormous constructive contribution of the Russian Orthodox Church and other Christian denominations in unifying society, preserving our historical memory, educating youth and strengthening the institution of family.”

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President of Russia
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“This particular PDA [Presidential Drawdown Authority] package, and the Bradley Fighting Vehicles, are very significant in terms of being able to do what we call 'combined arms maneuver' warfare.”

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Pentagon spokesman
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“They now want to use Christmas as a cover, albeit briefly, to stop the advances of our boys in Donbas and bring equipment, ammunition and mobilised troops closer to our positions. What will that give them? Only yet another increase in their total losses. The whole world knows how the Kremlin uses interruptions in the war to continue the war with new strength.”

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President of Ukraine
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“Taking into account the appeal of His Holiness Patriarch Kirill, I instruct the Minister of Defence of the Russian Federation to introduce a ceasefire regime along the entire line of contact of the parties in Ukraine.”

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President of Russia
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“According to Ukrainian military intelligence estimates, in the next four-five months the Russian army may lose up to 70,000 people. And the occupying country's (Russia's) leadership is ready for such losses. Russian leaders understand they will lose but they do not plan to end the war.”

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Official from the Ukrainian defence ministry’s intelligence section
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“This is something that sends a clear signal to all our partners. There is no rational reason why Ukraine has not yet been supplied with Western tanks. We must put an end to the Russian aggression this year.”

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President of Ukraine
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“The U.S. intelligence community assesses that KJU [Kim Jong-un] views nuclear weapons as the ultimate deterrent against foreign intervention. KJU declared last year that he would be willing to employ nukes more broadly in wartime, and last September, he stated unequivocally that he would never give up his nukes and the North Korea's status as a nuclear weapons state is irreversible. We must not relax sanctions or reduce joint military exercises just to get North Korea to come to the negotiating table. This is a fool's error. While we hope for diplomacy with North Korea to be successful, we must recognize that hope alone is not a course of action. The quest for dialogue with the North must never be made at the expense of the ability to respond to threats from the North.”

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Former United States Ambassador to South Korea
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“When the Reuters reporter asked him point blank if joint nuclear exercises were being discussed, President Biden obviously had to say, 'No'. outh Korea and the United States are in talks over information-sharing, joint planning and the joint implementation plans that follow, in relation to the operation of US nuclear assets, to respond to North Korea's nuclear weapons.”

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South Korean President Yoon’s senior secretary for press affairs
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“This year could be a year of crisis with military tension on the Korean peninsula going beyond what it was like in 2017. North Korea's hardline stance … and aggressive weapons development when met with South Korea-US joint exercises and proportional response could raise the tension in a flash, and we cannot rule out what's similar to a regional conflict when the two sides have a misunderstanding of the situation.”

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Senior researcher at the state-run Korea Institute for National Unification
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“What we call extended deterrence was also the US telling us not to worry because it will take care of everything, but now, it's difficult to convince our people with just that. The US government also understands that to some degree. To better respond to North Korea's nuclear threats, Seoul wants to take part in the operation of US nuclear forces. The nuclear weapons belong to the United States, but planning, information sharing, exercises and training should be jointly conducted by South Korea and the United States.”

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President of South Korea
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“Compared with Kim's previous New Year's remarks, which highlighted the country's economic growth, he emphasized strengthening the military and nuclear weapons this time. A nuclear test is expected soon to back up his message. The prediction that North Korea would push ahead with a nuclear test before the midterms in the United States in November was wrong, perhaps because it ignored the North's politics. If the past is any guide, North Korea conducted nuclear tests on or just prior to politically meaningful days. If the North does not conduct a test in January or February, it could be delayed to July 27, the anniversary of the Korean War armistice signing, which is called 'the Day of Victory in the Great Fatherland Liberation War' in North Korea, or later.”

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Director of the Center for North Korean Studies at the Sejong Institute
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“The Chinese side has noted that the Russian side has said it has never refused to resolve the conflict through diplomatic negotiations, and expressed its appreciation for this.”

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President of the People's Republic of China
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“While North Korea apparently lacks such [high-level] drone capabilities, it potentially could fly several dozen armed drones into the ROK Presidential Office or National Assembly or an oil refinery, causing serious damage. North Korea could also use drones to carry chemical and biological weapons. Only small amounts of biological weapons are required to cause a major disaster in the ROK. For example, the release of 1 to 2 kilograms of anthrax along the route the one drone took into northern Seoul could kill tens of thousands of people or far more and create a major medical crisis in the ROK.”

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Senior international defense analyst at the RAND Corporation
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“The removal of barricades will begin. This is not a simple process, and can't be done in two hours, as some imagined. But within 24 to 48 hours the barricades will be removed. But distrust is not removed. Those who are playing with [the] very existence of Serbs in Kosovo must know that, same like we didn't allow it now, we will not allow it in the future as well.”

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Serbian president
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“Seoul's publishing of its own Indo-Pacific strategy is an effort to depart from the previous Moon Jae-in government's policy of strategic ambiguity and stress clarity in South Korea's diplomatic stance. The strategy serves as a tool to remove uncertainties on whether South Korea will express its stance about a certain diplomatic or international issue. However, it remains to be seen how Seoul will apply those strategies in actual diplomatic circumstances.”

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Research fellow at the Asan Institute for Policy Studies
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“The Indo-Pacific strategy is a comprehensive regional strategy aimed at facilitating our national interests in the region, whose geopolitical importance is ever growing. President Yoon Suk-yeol has been reiterating the importance of freedom and solidarity, and the values are reflected in the Indo-Pacific strategy. It will help foreign governments understand the value that we pursue and improve the country's' credibility in the international society. Inclusiveness means that we will not target or exempt any specific nation, and we are open to every partner nation sharing our vision and principles.”

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Director of South Korea National Security Office
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“The idea of Serbia and Russia together is to try to make conflicts and crisis anywhere where the West has a role and to increase this kind of instability in the region to increase the influence of Russia and Serbia in the region.”

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Academic at the Kosovar Centre for Security Studies
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“It is precisely Serbia, influenced by Russia, that has raised a state of military readiness and that is ordering the erection of new barricades, in order to justify and protect the criminal groups that terrorize.”

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Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo
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“The incident showed a substantial lack of our military's preparedness and training for the past several years and clearly confirmed the need for more intense readiness and training.”

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President of South Korea
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“Our proposals for the demilitarisation and denazification of the territories controlled by the regime, the elimination of threats to Russia's security emanating from there, including our new lands, are well known to the enemy. The point is simple: Fulfil them for your own good. Otherwise, the issue will be decided by the Russian army.”

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Russian Foreign Minister
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“With regard to the Ukraine crisis, we have consistently upheld the fundamental principles of objectivity and impartiality, without favouring one side or the other, or adding fuel to the fire, still less seeking selfish gains from the situation.”

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State Councillor and China's foreign minister
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“Despite China's opposition, the US passed and signed into law the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2023, which contains negative content concerning China. China deplores and firmly opposes this US move, and has made serious démarches to the US. This Act, in total disregard of facts, hypes up the 'China threat' narrative, blatantly interferes in China's internal affairs, and attacks and discredits the Communist Party of China (CPC). This is a serious political provocation against China. The leadership of the CPC is the choice of history and the people. The Chinese people are clear-eyed about the US's ill intention of suppressing and containing China's development and thwarting the Chinese nation's rejuvenation. Attempts to drive a wedge between the Chinese people and the CPC will not succeed.”

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Spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry
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“Fundamentally right now, Russia has shown no interest in meaningful diplomacy, in meaningfully engaging, to bring this war to an end. The conflict could be ended if Russia simply withdrew its troops. In the absence of that, we have to see some meaningful evidence that Russia is prepared to actually negotiate a just and durable peace. By just - one that doesn't simply ratify another country seizing by force the territory of another. Durable - in the sense that we want to make sure that it holds and that we're not simply putting Ukraine in a position where Russia is going to repeat what it did a month, six months, a year later.”

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U.S. Secretary of State
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“Everyone knows that North Korea has not been supplying any weapons to Russia for a long time. And no such efforts have even been made. Therefore, the supply of weapons from North Korea is nothing but gossip and speculation.”

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Founder of Russia’s Wagner Group, a private mercenary force
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“We can confirm that North Korea has completed an initial arms delivery to Wagner, which paid for that equipment. Last month, North Korea delivered infantry rockets and missiles into Russia for use by Wagner.”

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Pentagon spokesman
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“Putin is banking on the US and the West losing interest in Ukraine due to fatigue and growing political opposition. The best strategy the Russians can pursue is to hope that Ukraine's Western allies will eventually give up. It's vital for Zelenskyy to keep that support and he triumphed.”

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Journalist and author
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“This [US military support to Ukraine] is not conducive to a speedy settlement, quite the contrary. And this cannot prevent the Russian Federation from achieving its goals during the special military operation.”

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Kremlin spokesman
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“Three hundred days ago, Russia launched a brutal assault against Ukraine. The visit [of President Volodymyr Zelensky] will underscore the United States' steadfast commitment to supporting Ukraine for as long as it takes, including through the provision of economic, humanitarian and military assistance.”

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White House spokeswoman
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“In recent days, France has sent Ukraine more arms, rocket launchers, Crotale (air defence batteries), equipment beyond what we had already done. We are also working with the armed forces minister [Sebastien Lecornu] to be able to deliver useful arms and ammunition again in the first quarter [of 2023] so that the Ukrainians would be able to defend themselves against bombardments.”

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President of France
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“Our worry [is] that removal of these barricades cannot exclude casualties. And that's why we want to be as careful as possible to make sure that there will be no destabilisation and relative peace and security will be in place. However, we cannot allow this violation of lawfulness and constitutionality for ever. So, yeah, this must end, sooner the better. The EU-US all agree that barricades should be removed. But they are also worried how this might be used and abused by Belgrade. I think that the worry of our western partners and friends is the links of Belgrade with Moscow. We do not know how they could be rendered operative in case of rising of tensions, towards escalation in the north. I think that their major concern is precisely this: now that Russia got severely wounded in Ukraine after its invasion and aggression, they have interest in spillover. They have interest in outsourcing their war-mongering drive to the Balkans where they have a client who's in Belgrade.”

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Kosovo Prime Minister
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“South Korea will seek international support and try hard to impose additional sanctions on us. But, with our right to survival and development being threatened, why are we afraid of sanctions … and why would we stop?”

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North Korean politician serving as the Deputy Director of the United Front Department of the Workers' Party of Korea
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“The intensity of hybrid attacks by Serbia and Russia against Kosovo has significantly increased… There was a Russia- Serbia plan to burn the Jarinje crossing point yesterday but it was prevented by Kosovo institutions in cooperation with international partners, particularly the Americans.”

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Kosovo’s deputy prime minister in charge of dialogue with Serbia
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“The barricades in the north will not be tolerated for too long. I cannot say it is a civic protest when there are armed people there [at the barricades] who want to return Kosovo to 1999 and who hold up slogans and photos of despotic [Russian President Vladimir] Putin.”

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Kosovo Prime Minister
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“Maximum composure, concentration of forces is now required from counterintelligence agencies, including military intelligence. It is necessary to severely suppress the actions of foreign special services, quickly identify traitors, spies and saboteurs. Russia's borders must also be strengthened. Work must be intensified through the border services and the Federal Security Service [FSB]. And it [the border] must be reliably covered. Any attempts to violate it must be thwarted quickly and effectively using whatever forces and means we have at our disposal, including mobile action units and special forces.”

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President of Russia
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