Moscow threatens: 'The US at war if they give long-range missiles to Kiev'. Car accident during the night for Zelensky

Moscow warns the United States: 'At war if they give long-range missiles to Kiev'. But the White House announces the dispatch of new weapons. Yellow on Zelensky's car accident in the night: it's not serious, but it investigates the dynamics

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Moscow raises the level of international tension and warns: 'US at war if they give long-range missiles to Kiev'. The White House replies by announcing the dispatch of new weapons to Kiev. Volodymyr Zelensky has a car accident in the night: 'he has no serious injuries', but the police investigate the dynamics. Russian rockets on the outskirts of Zaporizhzhia. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken thanks Mario Draghi and guarantees his 'commitment to work with the next Italian government on the wide range of our common interests.' - Photo | video | video 1

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THE THREATS OF MOSCOW - Moscow's threats reverberate shortly after dinner: 'If Kiev got the long-range missiles' asked of the United States, 'major Russian cities, as well as industrial and transport infrastructures, would fall into the area of ​​possible destruction. Such a scenario would mean direct US involvement in a military confrontation with Russia ”. These are the sentences pronounced by the Russian ambassador in Washington Anatoly Antonov and entrusted to the Sputnik agency, one of the Russian media banned in Europe: 'Particularly worrying - continues Antonov - is the fact that for many months Ukraine has been soliciting the supply of missiles operational tactical Atacms, designed to hit targets at a maximum distance of 300 km ”. Shortly thereafter, John Kirby, spokesman for the White House Security Council, let CNN know that in the 'next few days' the United States will send more military aid to Kiev. Which, no one knows. In short, the tension is at the highest levels. Moscow bans 30 other British citizens and Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov writes on Telegram: “If it were up to me, I would declare martial law throughout Russia and use any weapon, because today we are at war with NATO. In our great state everyone can contribute: by sending volunteers or by volunteering, helping to restore a peaceful life, or at least supporting our fearless fighters on the Internet ”. In such a climate it will be difficult for Bill Richardson, a former diplomat and former governor of New Mexico, to secure the release of two Americans detained in Russia, female basketball star Brittney Griner and former Marine Paul Whelan. Richardson is in Moscow at the moment, but the State Department spokesman himself, Ned Price, distances himself from him, arguing that 'anyone who goes to Russia goes there as a private citizen and does not speak on behalf of the American government' and indeed could obstruct official negotiations for the release of the two citizens.

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YELLOW ON THE ZELENSKY INCIDENT - Yellow on the car accident in which Volodymyr Zelensky was involved in the night. His spokesman Sergii Nykyforov writes on Facebook that the Ukrainian leader 'was not seriously injured' and that he was examined by a doctor. But also that the dynamics will investigate the forces of order. The incident occurred at the end of a particularly tense day. Zelensky had visited the liberated city of Izyum, only to declare: “The view here is really shocking, but not for me, because we started seeing these things from Bucha, from the first liberated territories. Torture again, destruction of buildings again, killing of civilians ”. Then he addressed the citizens of Crimea, a territory under Russian control since 2014: “My message is that we will return. It doesn't matter what residents of the occupied territories have heard from propaganda TV over the past eight years. I don't know when it will happen. Nobody knows. We will come because this is our land and our people ”.

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WAR FRONT - And it is precisely towards the Crimea that the Russian forces fleeing under enemy fire would be withdrawing. Natalia Humeniuk, spokeswoman for the Ukrainian southern command said: “We see the attempts of the occupiers to flee to the Crimea where they are regrouping. It will be easier for us: clusters of military equipment are a big target ”. The Ukrainian counter-offensive also continues in Kherson, which has been bombed. The attack, according to the Tass agency, resulted in 3 victims. In the evening, Moscow troops would instead have launched two missiles on the outskirts of Zaporizhzhia, the area of ​​the nuclear power plant, which was shut down due to the risk of nuclear explosions. On collaboration with the IAEA, which is monitoring the plant, Vladimir Putin had an interview with the UN secretary general Antonio Guterres, expressing a 'positive evaluation' of the work of the agency. Guterres, in this regard, says: “I have the feeling that we are still far from peace in Ukraine, I would be lying if I said it could happen soon. The chances of a peace agreement are now minimal ”. This is echoed by the German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who, during a press conference, said: 'Unfortunately, I cannot say that Putin is becoming aware that starting this war was a mistake'.

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THE ALLIANCE WITH ITALY - US Secretary of State Antony Blinken tweets: “It was fantastic to talk to Prime Minister Mario Draghi this morning about our close and lasting partnership with Italy. I thanked him on behalf of the United States for his leadership through this critical moment in European and world history. ' Blinken, in the phone call with the Italian premier, guaranteed his commitment to 'work with the next Italian government on the wide range of our common interests' and underlined 'the importance of maintaining solidarity and resilience in the face of Russian efforts to use energy and other means to divide the countries that support Ukraine ”. In Washington, meanwhile, some Democratic and Republican senators have presented a law to designate Russia as a 'sponsor of terrorism', as Kiev has been asking for months. But so far the White House has always refused to take the initiative forward.