Russia’s ambassador to Britain said the supply of Western weapons to Ukraine’s army could lead to an “unprecedented level” of escalation.
Russia’s Ambassador to the UK, Andrei Kelin, said that Russia “has not yet begun to act in earnest” in Ukraine, and the hope for Ukraine’s success, according to him, is “a big mistake.” He said this in an interview with the BBC.
Kelin said that thinking about a Ukrainian victory is “a big mistake” because Russia is 16 times bigger and has huge resources.
The ambassador also said that the supply of Western weapons to the Ukrainian army could lead to an “unprecedented level” of escalation.
According to him, the duration of the war depends on the escalation efforts allegedly carried out by NATO countries, “especially the UK.”
“Sooner or later, of course, this proliferation may take on a new dimension that we neither need nor want,” Kaelin said.
When the journalist asked about the war crimes of the Russian Federation proven at the UN, Kelin accused the Ukrainians of the crimes.
Recall that last year the Russian Embassy in the UK said that the Ukrainian servicemen from the Azov Regiment “deserved a shameful death” – hanging. The message of the appeal was published on Twitter by the Russian embassy.
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry then said there was no difference between Russian diplomats calling for the execution of Ukrainian prisoners of war and Russian soldiers doing so.
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