The Kremlin holds Washington responsible for a Ukrainian attack on Crimea and threatens retaliation The Kremlin holds Washington responsible for a Ukrainian attack on Crimea and threatens retaliation

The Kremlin holds Washington responsible for a Ukrainian attack on Crimea and threatens retaliation

The Kremlin holds Washington responsible for a Ukrainian attack on Crimea and threatens retaliation

The Kremlin held the United States directly responsible for the attack launched by Ukraine on the Crimean Peninsula with Atakum missiles supplied by Washington, which led to the death of at least four people and the injury of 151 others, and Moscow officially warned the US ambassador against retaliation.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters yesterday, Monday: “You have to ask my fellow press spokespeople in Europe, especially in Washington, why do their governments kill Russian children?” He stressed that “the United States’ involvement in the fighting, which leads to the killing of peaceful Russian citizens.” "It must have consequences...which ones exactly? Time will tell."

At least two children were killed in the attack on Sevastopol on Sunday, according to Russian officials. People were seen running from a beach near Sevastopol, and some wounded were carried in beach chairs. Kiev did not comment on the attack, but denied targeting civilians.

Russia said the United States had supplied it with weapons, the US military identified the target and provided data, and the Russian Foreign Ministry summoned US Ambassador Lynn Tracy and informed her that Washington was “waging a hybrid war against Russia and has in fact become a party to the conflict... This will certainly be followed by retaliatory measures.”

State Department spokesman Matthew Miller told reporters that Tracy said that Washington regrets any loss of civilian lives, and that it is providing weapons to Ukraine so that it can defend the sovereignty of its territory, which includes the Crimean Peninsula, while Pentagon spokesman Major Charlie Dietz said. “Ukraine makes its own targeting decisions and carries out its own military operations.”

A US official later stated that Ukraine was not targeting civilians. He added that it appears that the Russians were able to intercept the Atakmz missile, which was targeting a missile launching pad, and the missile exploded and its fragments fell on the beach.

On February 24, 2022, Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine, and to end it, it stipulated that Kiev “abandon” plans to join military entities, which prompted capitals, led by Washington, to impose severe economic sanctions on Moscow.

1 Comments

Previous Post Next Post

Worldwide News Search HereπŸ‘‡