The president of Russia’s lower house of parliament, Duma, on Saturday accused the United States of engaging in “hostility toward Ukraine.”
“It not only supplies weapons and equipment, but also coordinates Washington’s military operations on behalf of the Nazi regime in Kiev, thus directly participating in hostilities against our country,” Vyacheslav Volodin told the Telegram.
Volodin’s statement came after US media reported that US intelligence had been sent to Ukrainians targeting Russian targets.
In this way, US President Joe Biden warned intelligence and security leaders about the dangers associated with the leaks. According to the Nbc News, the Democrats have called on the Pentagon, CIA and national intelligence chiefs to point out that recent press reports are negative and “distort the intent” of the US government.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has accused the Duma president of entering a “decisive stage” of the war in Ukraine, but at the time the organization did not see an intensification between Moscow and the Atlantic Alliance.
In an interview with the German newspaper Welt, he said that NATO would never accept “illegal annexation of Crimea.” “We have always opposed Russian control over parts of the Donbass in eastern Ukraine,” he added.
The U.S. military says in a statement that the Ukrainian armed forces are stepping up counter-attacks in eastern Kharkiv, which could reduce Russian military pressure in the region.
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