Drone attacks in Russia The Pentagon responded to Moscow: “Senseless accusations, we did not help Kiev.”

Drone attacks in Russia The Pentagon responded to Moscow: “Senseless accusations, we did not help Kiev.”

“We are not at war with Russia and the allegations that we have helped Ukraine are complete nonsense.” This is how the general responds Pat RyderPentagon spokesman, on the allegations of Moscow today. Afternoon, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Ryabkov He had pointed the finger at the US government for launching the drone attacks that hit some strategic Russian air bases in recent days. “It is no secret that some time ago Kiev launched drone strikes against the strategic bases of the Russian Air Force in the Saratov and Ryazan regions,” Ryabkov said today. We know that these attacks would not have been possible without the serious help of the United States United StateIncluding selecting targets, providing intelligence and other assistance.” The first drone attacks on Russian soil date back to February 28. Moscow immediately pointed fingers at Ukraine and the United States, but the Pentagon categorically ruled out any involvement. The Kiev government did the same from through lyrics Michael PodolakAdviser to the Chief of Staff of the President of Ukraine. Ukraine has never hit Russian territory. Podolyak commented yesterday: “We are fighting a defensive war to liberate all its lands.” But Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov answered bluntly: “We don’t believe him.”

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