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Russia’s warning to Britain and NATO member states – ‘do not test our patience’


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Moscow has accused Britain and the West of undermining European security issuing a warning that it will take a proportionate retaliatory response against any further attacks on Russia, following British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss’s calls to the West to provide Ukraine with “heavy weapons, tanks, and airplanes.’

In a keynote address delivered on Wednesday Truss said the “war in Ukraine is our war,” adding that Kyiv’s victory was a “strategic imperative” for Britain and its allies. In support of the provision of weapons to Ukraine Truss stated that “inaction would be the greatest provocation.”

Earlier in the week the UK, Armed Forces Minister James Heappey had made comments regarding the use of British-manufactured weapons against targets inside Russia. Heappey indicated he would consider Ukrainian strikes against Russian logistics facilities and infrastructure using British weapons, to be completely legitimate.

On Thursday Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said the “tendency itself to pump weapons, including heavy weapons, into Ukraine and other countries is something that threatens the continent’s security and provokes instability.”

The Russian Ministry stated if the attacks on Moscow continued that Russian troops were continuously on standby to unleash long-range precision-guided retaliation strikes against Kyiv’s important decision-making centres, making it clear that any military hardware deliveries would be considered legitimate target once they cross into Ukraine.

Maria Zakharova Russian foreign ministry spokesperson told reporters in Moscow, “In the West, they are openly calling on Kyiv to attack Russia including with the use of weapons received from NATO countries.”

Zakharova cautioned “I don’t advise you to test our patience further,” adding that hits could be authorised against NATO member states.

As Russia continues to demand that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country, Russia’s foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has said “NATO is essentially going to war with Russia through a proxy and arming that proxy.” Lavrov warned that the risk of a nuclear world war is considerable. “War means war,” he said.

In an interview with Russian news agencies, the Russian Minister said “This is our key position on which we base everything.

“The risks now are considerable.

“I would not want to elevate those risks artificially. Many would like that. The danger is serious, real, and we must not underestimate it.”



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