‘Zelensky wants to fight between NATO and Russia’, Putin threatens Ukraine with ‘existence’

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Moscow : Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday that Moscow would see a third party declaring a “no fly zone” over Ukraine as “engaging in war”. In a meeting with the women pilots, Putin said on Saturday that any move in this direction would be considered by Russia as an interference and a threat to the Russian military. “At that very moment we will consider them to be involved in a military conflict and it does not matter who they are members of,” he said. Putin said Kyiv’s move was putting Ukraine’s existence at risk. He said that if they (Kyiv) continue with what they are doing, they will endanger Ukraine’s future as a country. The Russian Foreign Ministry said on Saturday that Russia would not forget Britain’s willingness to cooperate with ultra-nationalist forces in Ukraine and the supply of British arms to the Kyiv regime. The Russian Foreign Ministry said, ‘Let us remember the Kyiv regime in Ukraine and the British cooperation with ultra-nationalist forces. These days there is a steady supply of British weapons, which are being used against the civilian population of Donbass and the Russian army.

‘Russia will not forget British weapons’Moscow pointed out that London has in fact turned its foreign policy towards causing as much damage to Russian national interests as possible. “For now, British Foreign Minister Elizabeth Truss is urging her compatriots to fight for Ukraine and calling in the House of Commons to send all Russians out of Britain,” the ministry said, according to RT. Maria Zakharova, the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, said that Russia would not allow Anglo-Saxons to interfere in the country’s affairs.

Lavrov accuses Zelensky of inciting ‘conflict’Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has not denied that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is trying to instigate conflict between Russia and NATO and this is reflected in his “military frenzy”. As RT reports, Lavrov said, “He is a little harsh towards his curators, accusing them of inaction. I wonder if he is so upset that NATO didn’t stand up for him as he had hoped. So he still relies on the resolution of the conflict by involving NATO in this entire development. Not through conversation?’

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‘Hopefully their mood will change’After a meeting with Kyrgyz Foreign Minister Ruslan Kazakabaev, the minister said, “It is becoming known that he does not listen to the constant statements coming from Washington, Paris, Berlin and other capitals that NATO is not going to interfere in this conflict.” .’ He said this showed Zelensky was trying to “still incite” the conflict between NATO and Russia. Lavrov concluded that he does not seem to be in the mood to end the conflict through dialogue, but we hope that his mood will change.

[Attribution to NBT]

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