"Declaration of war" Moscow describes the bombing of the Crimean bridge as "terrorism" and Kiev considers it the beginning

"Declaration of war" Moscow describes the bombing of the Crimean bridge as "terrorism" and Kiev considers it the beginning The Russian Foreign Ministry condemned Ukraine's statements about the Crimean bridge bombing, saying that it was evidence of the "terrorist nature" of Kiev. And Mikhailo Podolyak, an adviser to the Ukrainian president, said that the bombing of the bridge was "the beginning and everything illegal must be destroyed."  Ukraine's Defense Ministry said the destruction of the cruiser Moscow and the Kerch Bridge was a downfall of what it called "two notorious symbols of Russian power in Crimea".  The National Anti-Terrorism Committee of Russia said in a statement: "This morning, a truck exploded in the traffic section of a bridge, causing the fire of seven fuel tanks on a train heading towards the Crimea."  And the Reuters news agency quoted Mikhailo Podolyak, an advisor to the Ukrainian president, as saying that the bombing of the Crimean bridge was "the beginning and everything illegal must be destroyed."  Podolyak added in a tweet on Twitter: "Everything that Russia stole from Ukraine must be restored ... and it must be expelled from all the territories it occupied."   "declaration of war"  In the first Russian response to the incident, State Duma Deputy Speaker Oleg Morozov said in a statement to the Russian Sputnik news agency, "A hidden war is being waged against Russia, and the long-announced terrorist attack on the Crimean bridge is no longer just a challenge, but a declaration of war without rules."  The Russian Foreign Ministry condemned the Ukrainian statements regarding the Crimean Bridge incident, saying that it was evidence of the "terrorist nature" of Kiev.  In this context, the Kremlin announced on Saturday that President Vladimir Putin had instructed the formation of a commission to investigate the circumstances of the Crimean Bridge bombing.  "President Putin instructed the prime minister to form a commission to find out the causes of what happened and to eliminate its effects as soon as possible," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters, according to Russian media.  He explained that the committee will also include the heads of Krasnodar and Crimea regions, representatives of the National Guard, the Federal Security Service and the Ministry of the Interior.  The bridge contains sections for trains and cars. The National Anti-Terrorism Committee of Russia determined that the explosion and fire led to the collapse of two sections of one of the two links of the automobile bridge, while another link remained intact.  And in 2018, Russian President Vladimir Putin opened the bridge after the 2014 annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, which led to sanctions against Russia and a deterioration in relations with the West.  In September Russia announced the annexation of Donetsk, Lugansk, Kherson and Zaporozhye provinces after referendums that Kyiv and the West say were held at gunpoint.

The Russian Foreign Ministry condemned Ukraine's statements about the Crimean bridge bombing, saying that it was evidence of the "terrorist nature" of Kiev. And Mikhailo Podolyak, an adviser to the Ukrainian president, said that the bombing of the bridge was "the beginning and everything illegal must be destroyed."

Ukraine's Defense Ministry said the destruction of the cruiser Moscow and the Kerch Bridge was a downfall of what it called "two notorious symbols of Russian power in Crimea".

The National Anti-Terrorism Committee of Russia said in a statement: "This morning, a truck exploded in the traffic section of a bridge, causing the fire of seven fuel tanks on a train heading towards the Crimea."

And the Reuters news agency quoted Mikhailo Podolyak, an advisor to the Ukrainian president, as saying that the bombing of the Crimean bridge was "the beginning and everything illegal must be destroyed."

Podolyak added in a tweet on Twitter: "Everything that Russia stole from Ukraine must be restored ... and it must be expelled from all the territories it occupied."


"declaration of war"

In the first Russian response to the incident, State Duma Deputy Speaker Oleg Morozov said in a statement to the Russian Sputnik news agency, "A hidden war is being waged against Russia, and the long-announced terrorist attack on the Crimean bridge is no longer just a challenge, but a declaration of war without rules."

The Russian Foreign Ministry condemned the Ukrainian statements regarding the Crimean Bridge incident, saying that it was evidence of the "terrorist nature" of Kiev.

In this context, the Kremlin announced on Saturday that President Vladimir Putin had instructed the formation of a commission to investigate the circumstances of the Crimean Bridge bombing.

"President Putin instructed the prime minister to form a commission to find out the causes of what happened and to eliminate its effects as soon as possible," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters, according to Russian media.

He explained that the committee will also include the heads of Krasnodar and Crimea regions, representatives of the National Guard, the Federal Security Service and the Ministry of the Interior.

The bridge contains sections for trains and cars. The National Anti-Terrorism Committee of Russia determined that the explosion and fire led to the collapse of two sections of one of the two links of the automobile bridge, while another link remained intact.

And in 2018, Russian President Vladimir Putin opened the bridge after the 2014 annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, which led to sanctions against Russia and a deterioration in relations with the West.

In September Russia announced the annexation of Donetsk, Lugansk, Kherson and Zaporozhye provinces after referendums that Kyiv and the West say were held at gunpoint.
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