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Russia issues sinister warning to UK as invaders of Ukraine accuse Britain of warmongering

Jamie Roberts By Jamie Roberts May16,2024

Britain has been issued a sinister warning after a furious Kremlin accused the UK of warmongering and supporting terrorism.

Relations between the two countries have steadily deteriorated since Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, but now appear to have hit rock bottom.

The Kremlin has been infuriated by London’s staunch and unwavering support for Kyiv in its attempts to repel the Russian invaders and send them packing.

Rishi Sunak‘s government has provided Zelensky’s army with £7.1 billion of military assistance as part of an overall aid package totalling some £12 billion.

Military aid has included the lethal and fearsome Storm Shadow cruise missiles which have wreaked havoc and devastation in the Russian army’s rear.

Last week, Defence Chief of Staff Admiral Tony Radakin told the Financial Times that the UK had sent a further tranche of the long range missiles to Kyiv, as part of Britain’s continuing support for Ukraine‘s war effort.

He added that Ukrainian operations targeting the Russian deep rear will become an ever growing feature of the war as Kyiv gains more long-range strike capabilities.

The Defence chief’s remarks went down like a lead balloon in Moscow, which issued a furious rebuke and chilling warning to 10 Downing Street.

In a tirade posted to the Embassy’s website, the Russian Ambassador accused the UK of provocation, supporting terrorism and “fanning the flames of war”.

Not content with these accusations, the Putin apparatchik went on to say the West was hell bent on a “civilisational” confrontation with Russia.

Ambassador Kelin wrote: “The line separating such provocative utterances and the justification of terrorism is quite thin, at times almost elusive.

“London’s as well as other Western allies’ true intentions are crystal clear – to prolong and intensify the conflict that serves as the lynchpin of their “civilisational” confrontation with Russia, in which the end justifies all means.

“In the best traditions of George Orwell, while waxing lyrical about peace, London is actually fanning the flames of war.”

The peddlers of the idea of a “civilisational confrontation” originate solely in Russia, particularly in the person often referred to as Putin’s brains.

Aleksander Dugin, an ultranationalist Russian philosopher, has characterised Putin’s invasion of its neighbour as a holy war against “absolute Evil, embodied in Western civilisation, its liberal-totalitarian hegemony and in Ukrainian Nazism”.

He envisages and dreams of a future where Russians will rule supreme over lands extending from Dublin to Vladivostok.

Jamie Roberts

By Jamie Roberts

Jamie is an award-winning investigative journalist with a focus on uncovering corruption and advocating for social justice. With over a decade of experience in the field, Jamie's work has been instrumental in bringing about positive change in various communities.

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  1. As tensions escalate between Russia and the UK, it is evident that both sides are deeply entrenched in their positions. The accusations of warmongering and support for terrorism only serve to further deteriorate the already strained relations. The military aid provided by the UK to Ukraine is a clear indication of its commitment to standing against Russian aggression. The exchange of verbal volleys between Moscow and London does not bode well for diplomatic efforts to de-escalate the situation.

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