Kyiv cannot decide on an alleged “attack” on the Kremlin without Washington, Dmitry Peskov said.
The aggressor country Russia is accusing the United States of being involved in the “drone attack” on the Kremlin on Wednesday night. This was stated by the spokesman of the President of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Peskov, at a briefing on Thursday, May 4.
“Attempts to deny it – both in Kiev and in Washington – are, of course, completely ridiculous,” he said and expressed the opinion that “Kiev is already doing what it was told to do … Knows and realizes we do it hard. .”
In response to a clarifying question, he confirmed that Moscow considers Washington involved in what happened. Peskov said: “Absolutely.”
At the same time, he left without comment the proposal of Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Head of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, to declare Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky a “legitimate military target” for Moscow after the “drone attack” on the Kremlin.
“I will leave this question without comment,” Peskov said in response.
Recall that on Wednesday Moscow announced an “attack by Ukrainian drones” on the Kremlin, regarding it as a “planned terrorist act and an attempt on the life of Russian leader” Vladimir Putin on the eve of Victory Day.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky assured that Kyiv did not make any “attack” on the Kremlin or Putin, who rules there, and uses weapons to protect its territory.
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