Russia: American drones over the Black Sea show their involvement in the struggle against us

Russia: American drones over the Black Sea show their involvement in the struggle against us Russian media quoted Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov as saying that the flight of US drones over the Black Sea indicates direct US involvement in the conflict with Russia.  Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that the flight of American drones over the Black Sea indicates the direct involvement of the United States in the conflict with Russia. This was reported by Russian media on Sunday.  And last week, an American drone crashed into the sea after it was intercepted by two Russian Sukhoi Su-27 fighter jets, in the first known direct military confrontation between the two sides since Russia launched its war on Ukraine last year.  Interfax news agency quoted Peskov as saying in a televised interview: "What these drones are doing is absolutely clear, and their mission is not peaceful at all. (Not) to ensure the safety of navigation in international waters."  He added, "In fact, we are talking about the direct involvement of the operators of these drones in the conflict against us."  The United States said that two Russian planes attacked the drone in an incident on Tuesday by dumping fuel on it before it came into contact with it and caused it to crash while it was on a reconnaissance mission in international airspace.  Russia said the drone had violated its airspace and got out of control after it maneuvered at an acute angle.  And the Russian Defense Minister announced a reward for the pilots participating in this operation, after accusations from the United States that the incident showed recklessness and may indicate a lack of competence.  Moscow says the United States and its allies are taking advantage of Ukraine to wage war against it and inflict a "strategic defeat" on Russia. Washington says it is helping Ukraine defend itself against an "unprovoked Russian invasion".

Russian media quoted Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov as saying that the flight of US drones over the Black Sea indicates direct US involvement in the conflict with Russia.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that the flight of American drones over the Black Sea indicates the direct involvement of the United States in the conflict with Russia. This was reported by Russian media on Sunday.

And last week, an American drone crashed into the sea after it was intercepted by two Russian Sukhoi Su-27 fighter jets, in the first known direct military confrontation between the two sides since Russia launched its war on Ukraine last year.

Interfax news agency quoted Peskov as saying in a televised interview: "What these drones are doing is absolutely clear, and their mission is not peaceful at all. (Not) to ensure the safety of navigation in international waters."

He added, "In fact, we are talking about the direct involvement of the operators of these drones in the conflict against us."

The United States said that two Russian planes attacked the drone in an incident on Tuesday by dumping fuel on it before it came into contact with it and caused it to crash while it was on a reconnaissance mission in international airspace.

Russia said the drone had violated its airspace and got out of control after it maneuvered at an acute angle.

And the Russian Defense Minister announced a reward for the pilots participating in this operation, after accusations from the United States that the incident showed recklessness and may indicate a lack of competence.

Moscow says the United States and its allies are taking advantage of Ukraine to wage war against it and inflict a "strategic defeat" on Russia. Washington says it is helping Ukraine defend itself against an "unprovoked Russian invasion".

France More than a third of refinery and refinery workers strike

French energy company Total Energies said that 34% of operational workers in refineries and warehouses went on strike today, Sunday, amid continuing protests against the Macron government's intention to raise the retirement age to 64 years.

A spokesman for the French energy company Total Energies said that 34% of operational workers in refineries and warehouses went on strike Sunday morning, in light of the continuing protests against the government's plans to raise the retirement age for two years to 64 years.

And the Confederation General of Labor (CGT) announced that the largest refinery in the country, which is located in Normandy (northwest) and is run by the company "Total Energies", has begun to stop working.

This is an important step, since since the beginning of the protest movement, strikers have disrupted fuel shipments, but none of the seven French refineries has stopped working completely.

This process is technically complex and will take several days, but it is not expected to cause an immediate shortage of fuel at the French stations, but it may expand and include other French refineries.

At least two refineries, Petro Eneos in Lavera (southeast) and Total Energy in Gonneroville-Lorcher (northwest), may close no later than Monday, according to the General Confederation of Labor.


On Saturday, French Industry Minister Roland Lescure indicated that the government may take measures in the event of the closure of these facilities, to avoid fuel shortages.

Meanwhile strikes continued to rotate in the railway sector.

This comes amid continued protests against President Emmanuel Macron's government's intention to raise the retirement age from two years to 64 years, justifying this as necessary to ensure that the system does not go bankrupt.

On Thursday, the government decided to pass the pension reform project requested by President Macron, based on Article 49.3 of the constitution that allows a text to be adopted without a vote on it in the National Assembly, unless a motion of no confidence leads to the overthrow of the government.
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