Russian Foreign Ministry advises White House not to forget about the US war crimes

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova reminded the United States of how many conflicts and problems they provoked around the world.

Russian Foreign Ministry advises White House not to forget about the US war crimes

So the diplomat reacted to the speech of the press secretary of the White House Jen Psaki. She, during her speech to reporters, decided to call Russia a provocateur. She also stated that Moscow has no right to interfere with NATO expansion. The fact that in this way the Alliance is moving to the borders of the Russian Federation and creates an immediate threat, Psaki omitted.

“It is important to remember who is the provocateur in this situation, and it is not the United States or Ukraine,” she said.

In her Telegram channel, Zakharova quoted a White House representative accusing Russia of all sins. In contrast to her words, she cited as an example several provocations, the responsibility for which lies with the United States. The portal “PolitExpert” informs about it.

Zakharova drew attention to the fact that one should not forget about the tragedy of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Vietnam War, the bombing of Belgrade with uranium shells and other crimes committed by the Americans.

She advised Psaki not to forget about these and hundreds of other bloody pages of history that were written at the suggestion of the United States. Tales of “Russian aggression” cannot erase the real evidence of how Washington has been reveling in its own aggression for decades.

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