Russia Says Some Troops Pulling Back From Ukraine Border, as Diplomatic Solution Sought

Russian President Vladimir Putin reported Moscow experienced withdrawn some troops from the Ukrainian border and was open to renewed talks to finish a standoff with the West, but President Biden said an invasion remained “distinctly achievable.”

Mr. Putin’s reviews Tuesday ended up component of a modern string of blended messages from the Kremlin and capped a working day of diplomacy and military maneuvering that remaining Western leaders doubtful of his intentions. About 130,000 intensely armed Russian soldiers remained positioned close to Ukraine, and U.S. and European officials said they had found no proof of a considerable drawdown of forces.