Peskov answered the question about Putin’s plans to “hit” Ukraine

Press Secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov, in an interview with the Greek TV channel ANT1, on the eve of Vladimir Putin’s talks with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in Sochi, answered the question whether Moscow plans to strike at Ukraine.

“No,” Peskov said firmly, noting that Russia is redeploying troops across its territory and has the right to transport troops in any direction and in territory that may be a threat.

The head of the presidential press service explained that US military aircraft are approaching Ukraine, and American weapons are approaching Russian territory.

“We see Turkish drones as well. They attack problem areas inside Ukraine,” Peskov added.

The spokesman for the Russian leader stressed that Moscow considers all this a problem, because it is pushing Kiev, the Ukrainian government, to choose a military solution to the internal problem in the southeast.

“And if they start an offensive against their own people again, it will be another disaster for Europe,” Peskov said. He also expressed confidence that statements about “Russian aggression” are being used as an excuse to place more NATO military equipment near the Russian borders.

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