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Kremlin promises punishment for threats to kill Russians — RT World News

Spokesman Dmitry Peskov says Western politicians should know that by supporting Kiev they are helping “de facto murderers”

Kremlin press secretary Dmitry Peskov warned that anyone who threatens to kill Russians is an enemy who should and will be punished.

On Sunday, Rossyia 1 channel asked Peskov to comment on the words of Mikhail Podolak, a senior adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who said last week that Kiev’s long-awaited counteroffensive would be “The most brutal advance on this line, with the greatest number of Russians dead.”

“That’s what our enemies say, we have to fight them. You can’t threaten the Russians with murder. The Russians should be punished [them] To do this, we will do so,” the Kremlin spokesman said.

He pointed out that Podoliac was “Not Pioneer” In this regard, Kirill Budanov, head of the Ukrainian military’s main intelligence service (GUR) and members of the country’s Security Council, also “Repeatedly talking about wanting to kill as many Russians as possible.”

According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, the GUR headquarters in Kiev was attacked by Russian missiles in late May.Ministry of Defense says successful strike on target “Decision Center” in ukraine “A terrorist attack on Russian territory is being planned under the guidance of experts from Western intelligence agencies.”

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Peskov also said he wanted foreign supporters in Kiev to evaluate statements by Podolak and other Ukrainian officials about the killing of Russian citizens.

“Members of parliament in these countries, they should understand who they are giving aid to – de facto murderers; people declaring intent to kill,” he explained.

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