In a direct warning to the US, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia would hit new targets if the United States began supplying Ukraine with long-range missiles. Read this report…
London, Reuters. Russia has been furious over the supply of long-range weapons to Ukraine by the US. In a direct warning to the US, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia would hit new targets if the United States began supplying Ukraine with long-range missiles. Especially those bases which have so far remained untouched by Russian attacks in this war. However, Putin did not name the targets that Russia would target.
Our fighter jets are wreaking havoc
In an interview with Russia’s official channel Rossiya-1, Putin said that the supply of Western weapons to Ukraine is to compensate for the loss of military equipment. Putin also claimed that Russian planes destroyed dozens of Ukrainian weapons. It is known that Ukraine is seeking Multiple Rocket Launcher Systems (MLRS) like M270 and M142 HIMARS to repel Russian forces and attack Russian weapons stockpiles.
Ancient shrine destroyed by shelling
Meanwhile, fierce fighting continues between Ukraine and Russia. Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky has alleged that a 17th-century Ukrainian Orthodox monastery was destroyed by Russian army artillery fire and a cathedral built with it was also destroyed by fire. The Russian Defense Ministry has denied the attack on the shrine. It is said that the Ukrainian army is retreating and destroying churches and other shrines, allowing it to defame the Russian army.
Macron said – Putin made a historical mistake
Meanwhile, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Saturday that President Putin made a “historic mistake” by attacking Ukraine. However, he also said that Russia should not be humiliated by its mistake of Putin. At present, diplomatic efforts should be made to end the Ukraine war. France can play an important role in this. France may act as a mediator for the ceasefire. At the same time, angered by this statement, Ukraine has said that the question of peace talks with Russia does not arise.