The UK is under threat as Russia has warned that they will “immediately” launch a “high precision” attack if Britain continues to “provoke” Ukraine to bomb strategic sites on Russian soil.
The Kremlin has warned the UK that they are “ready to carry out the strike with high-precision,” and they could strike British diplomats when they return back to the embassy in Kyiv.
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The Russian Defence Ministry added, “The presence of advisers from one Western country who are stationed at the centres of decision-making in Kyiv will not necessarily be a problem if Russia decided to respond.”
To date there has been 12 military strikes on Russian soil and in the early hours of Wednesday morning a Russian weapons depot was destroyed in a suspected Ukrainian drone strike.
The UK and the US and other NATO countries have been supplying the Ukraine with precise intelligence along with weapons, heavy artillery, anti tank and ship missiles along with millions of rounds of ammunition.
The Russian Foreign Minister Sergie Lavrov has warned the West that World War Three is “considerable” as the West are essentially fighting a proxy war against Russia.
In an interview with Russian news agencies, Lavrov warned, “This is our key position on which we base everything.
“The risks now are considerable.
“I would not want to elevate those risks artificially. Many would like that.
“The danger is serious, real, And we must not underestimate it.”
He added, “NATO, in essence, is engaged in a war with Russia through a proxy and is arming that proxy.
“War means war.”
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