Russia’s ambassador has promised to destroy British weapons in Ukraine

Kelin stated that British anti-ship complexes in Ukraine would be legitimate targets of the Russian Armed Forces
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Britain’s anti-ship complexes in Ukraine will be legitimate targets of the Russian Armed Forces. This was stated by Russian Ambassador to Britain Andrei Kelin. According to him, in London, understanding of the situation in Ukraine is formed from the statements of the Ukrainian leadership.

“Any arms supply is destabilizing, especially that of British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace. They aggravate the situation, make it even bloodier. This seems to be new, fairly high-precision weapons. Of course, they will be legitimate targets for our Armed Forces if they cross the border of Ukraine, “Kelina told TASS.

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a special operation in Ukraine on February 24. Both sides have already held a series of talks, but all have been unsuccessful. Members of the negotiating team from Ukraine have previously admitted that they coordinate their every move with Western partners. The head of the Russian delegation in talks with Ukraine, Vladimir Medinsky, said that Kyiv had agreed to refuse to join NATO. However, Russia cannot agree to concessions on Crimea and Donbass, he added.

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Britain’s anti-ship complexes in Ukraine will be legitimate targets of the Russian Armed Forces. This was stated by Russian Ambassador to Britain Andrei Kelin. According to him, in London, understanding of the situation in Ukraine is formed from the statements of the Ukrainian leadership. “Any arms supply is destabilizing, especially that of British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace. They aggravate the situation, make it even bloodier. This seems to be new, fairly high-precision weapons. Of course, they will be legitimate targets for our Armed Forces if they cross the border of Ukraine, “Kelina told TASS. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a special operation in Ukraine on February 24. Both sides have already held a series of talks, but all have been unsuccessful. Members of the negotiating team from Ukraine have previously admitted that they coordinate their every move with Western partners. The head of the Russian delegation in talks with Ukraine, Vladimir Medinsky, said that Kyiv had agreed to refuse to join NATO. However, Russia cannot agree to concessions on Crimea and Donbass, he added.

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