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Russia Says US Rocket Supplies to Ukraine Could Bring ‘Third Country’ Into War

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Russia Says US Rocket Supplies to Ukraine Could Bring ‘Third Country’ Into War

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Russia Says US Rocket Supplies to Ukraine , Could Bring ‘Third Country’ Into War.

'The Independent' reports that Russian officials say the United States' decision to supply Ukraine with weapons could increase the risk of conflict between Moscow and Washington.

On May 31, President Joe Biden said the United States would supply soldiers in Kyiv with its High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS).

We believe that the United States is purposefully and diligently adding fuel to the fire.

, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov, via 'The Independent'.

When questioned if the United States' decision to aid Ukraine increased the chances of adding another country to the conflict.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said, "such risks certainly exist.".

It is a direct provocation (by Ukraine), aimed at involving the West in military action.

, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, at a news conference in Saudi Arabia, via 'The Independent'.

Biden has said he believes the crisis in Ukraine will end with negotiation, .

And his administration must help Ukraine to have proper leverage to end the war diplomatically.

That’s why I’ve decided that we will provide the Ukrainians with more advanced rocket systems and munitions... , President Joe Biden, from 'New York Times' op-ed, via 'The Independent'.

... that will enable them to more precisely strike key targets on the battlefield in Ukraine.

, President Joe Biden, from 'New York Times' op-ed, via 'The Independent'


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