Russian President Vladimir Putin in an annual address on Wednesday warned any adversaries who cross Russia’s “red line” that they will face an “asymmetric, fast, and tough” response. “The organizers of any provocations threatening the fundamental interests of our security will regret their deeds more than they have regretted anything in a long time,” Putin said, per The New York Times. “I hope no one gets the idea to cross the so-called red line with Russia – and we will be the ones to decide where it runs in every concrete case.”Putin’s speech came as Russia has amassed roughly 100,000 troops on Ukraine’s borders, raising alarms across the West.