In response to the drone attack on the Kremlin Palace, the deputy head of the Russian Security Council said that after today’s terrorist attack, there was no choice but to eliminate Zelensky and his group.
According to the informants, Dmitry Medvedev, deputy head of the Russian Security Council, while accusing Ukraine of involvement in the drone attack on the Kremlin Palace, said that “Zelensky’s presence is not even necessary to sign an unconditional surrender.” As you know, Hitler did not sign it either.
According to Al-Jazeera, the deputy head of the Russian Security Council added: “After today’s terrorist attack, there is no choice but to physically eliminate Zelensky and his group.”
Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, while denying Kiev’s involvement in the attack on the Kremlin Palace, said that Kiev did not attack the Russian President or the Kremlin Palace.
On the other hand, Farhan Haq, deputy spokesman for the Secretary-General of the United Nations, said that the organization cannot confirm the statements of Moscow and Kiev regarding the drone attack on the Kremlin.
Guterres’ spokesman stated: This organization calls on the parties to refrain from any rhetoric and actions that could lead to a further escalation of conflicts.
“We cannot confirm its authenticity,” US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said in response to the drone attack on the Kremlin Palace.
Blinken added, “We take everything that comes out of the Kremlin with great skepticism and wait for the facts to emerge before commenting on the Russian novel.”
The Kremlin announced today (Wednesday) that as a result of timely measures using electronic warfare systems, two drones that attempted to attack the Kremlin were neutralized.
The Kremlin announced that the drone attack was aimed at assassinating Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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