US Hit With Dire Warning

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( – In a potentially dangerous demonstration of the obnoxiousness of Putin’s Russia, Moscow has dared to threaten the United States with “retaliation” after a Ukrainian missile attack on Russian-occupied Crimea resulted in four deaths – which, according to reports, were likely caused by the inadequacies of the Russian air defenses.

The Kremlin has leveled serious allegations against the United States, claiming it is responsible for “killing Russian children,” The Daily Mail reports.

The missiles, having been provided by the U.S., prompted Moscow to summon the U.S. ambassador for a formal rebuke and to deliver a stern public statement through Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov.

Peskov condemned the attack on Sevastopol, a key port city on the Black Sea, as “barbaric.”

“The involvement of the United States, the direct involvement, as a result of which Russian civilians are killed, cannot be without consequences,” and cryptically adding, “Time will tell what these will be,” Putin’s official claimed.

Peskov further criticized the U.S. role in the conflict, suggesting reporters question U.S. and European government spokespeople.

“You should ask my colleagues in Europe, and above all in Washington, the press secretaries, why their governments are killing Russian children. Just ask them this question.”

Following the strike on Sevastopol, Russia has accused the U.S. of engaging in a “hybrid war” against it and becoming directly involved in the conflict.

The U.S. Ambassador to Russia, Lynne Tracy, was warned that the attack would “not go unpunished. Retaliatory measures will definitely follow.”

The assault resulted in the deaths of at least four individuals, including two children, and injured around 150 others.

Video footage captured the chaos at a beach where people fled from debris as Russian air defenses intercepted the American-supplied ATACMS missiles.

Since annexing Crimea in 2014, Russia has faced a number of drone assaults on its naval resources and the Black Sea port, particularly after its invasion of Ukraine in 2022.

The ATACMS missiles, which Ukraine began receiving earlier this year have a substantial range of 190 miles (300 km)—significantly greater than earlier U.S. missile supplies to Ukraine.

Recent changes in U.S. policy now permit these weapons to be used within Russian territories along the border with Ukraine, a decision influenced by ongoing Russian attacks on Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city.

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