NewsU.S. greenlights Ukraine's strikes on Russia, Moscow fumes

U.S. greenlights Ukraine's strikes on Russia, Moscow fumes

Russia responds to the US decision. Issues a warning
Russia responds to the US decision. Issues a warning
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10:44 AM EDT, June 3, 2024

According to the latest information, Joe Biden has allowed Ukraine to carry out attacks with American weapons on targets in Russia. This decision was not well received in Vladimir Putin's country. The Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia, Sergei Ryabkov, commented on this matter.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has called on the United States to "refrain from making bad moves that could have fatal consequences."

As reported by Interfax, Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia, Sergei Ryabkov, commented on the U.S. decision to lift the ban on Ukraine using American weapons to attack Russian territory.

For unknown reasons, they do not appreciate the consequences they could face,
said Ryabkov, responding to journalists' questions.

The Deputy Foreign Minister of the Russian Federation called on American leaders to take the time to study what Putin said, especially at the press conference after the negotiations in Tashkent.

This is a very important warning and it must be taken with the utmost seriousness,
emphasized Ryabkov.

Russian criticizes U.S. actions

Ryabkov was also asked to comment on the possible involvement of the United States in attacks on Russian missile attack warning systems and whether there would be a reaction from the Russian Federation.

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As for the U.S. position, it is as irresponsible as it can be. They have given Kyiv a pass for all crimes, all such actions, and do nothing to stop the dangerous, provocative steps of their wards,
he added.
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