The Russian Foreign Ministry has warned President Joe Biden with “conflict” and if they deliver anymore longer range missiles for the Ukrainian forces HIMARs then they will “cross the red line.”
The US has provided Ukraine with M31A1 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) which can hit their targets with precision up to 50 miles away.
The Ukraine are “wreaking havoc” and Vladimir Putin who is facing a crushing defeat as the US supplied HIMARS are turning the tide in the war and the situation on the front lines has now “become dramatic.”
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And now the Biden administration could be set to send missiles which can more than double this range and US officials have claimed that President Volodymyr Zelensky will not use these to strike on Russian territory.
Maria Zakharova, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said on Thursday, “If Washington decides to supply longer-range missiles to Kyiv, then it will be crossing a red line, and will become a direct party to the conflict.”
Zakharova added that Russia “reserves the right to defend its territory.”
This comes as President Zelensky has called on Western allies to speed up their deliveries of missile systems so Ukrainian forces can “strengthen cooperation to defeat Russian terror.”
Deputy Defence Minister Hanna Malyar said on Wednesday that fighting is still ongoing in Karkiv region, and Ukraine’s forces are making good progress.
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Malyar said, “The aim is to liberate the Kharkiv region and beyond – all the territories occupied by the Russian Federation.”