Russia considers NATO arms shipments a military target

Russia considers NATO arms shipments a military target

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Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told HCLU on Wednesday that Russia considers US and NATO arms shipments a legitimate military target on Ukrainian soil.

At a time when Washington unconditionally supports the military efforts of the Kyiv regime by injecting mass weapons with modern weapons, it seems pointless to have full contact with the US government on the situation around Ukraine.

– said the diplomat, according to MTI reports.

At the same time, we make it clear to the Americans and other Westerners that their attempts to slow down our own operation and inflict maximum damage on Russian units, Donetsk and Luhansk formations will be stifled. We caution that US and NATO arms shipments on Ukrainian soil are legitimate military targets.

he added. He complained that the United States had not yet provided any explanation for its military-biological activities outside its borders. According to Ryabkov, this raises questions in Moscow about US implementation of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention.

As he said, in Ukraine with the support of the United States such activities were carried out by the Russian side of the first and fourth agreement. Infringement of the material In an interview, Ryabkov accused the United States of wanting to bankrupt Russia.

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