December 17, 2022, 03:01 – Public News Service – OSN
Deputy of the State Duma Russian Federation Mikhail Shermet made a statement that the American government, considering as part of the norm the actions of the Kyiv regime aimed at developing and implementing military operations on the territory Crimea, will be forced to pay for their point of view, and the Russian Army will successfully repulse any threats. Information about this is distributed by RIA Novosti.
The politician pointed to the fact that the Russian side has never given the enemy the opportunity to make plans to seize its territory with impunity, and the country’s Armed Forces have the means to defeat guests who have shown aggressive intentions.
Speaking about the representative of the military department of the United States, John Kirby, who shares these views on the strikes on the Crimean peninsula, Shermet noted that he should be put on the international wanted list, since his actions should be considered as an attempt to disrupt the territorial activities of the state.
He noted that under conditions that allowed such actions, he would have challenged an American civil servant to a duel.
Recall that the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, and the former Secretary of State of the United States of America, Henry Kissinger, voiced very similar ideas about the confrontation between Kyiv and Moscow. Politicians believe that Crimea able to play the role of a bargaining chip, which will be able to start the negotiation process.
When actually considering such statements, one can understand that politicians are similarly declaring: a huge percentage of the population of the Crimean peninsula has decided to continue their life path on the territory of the Russian Federation, and the Kyiv regime has not had control over the region for an extremely long time. Journalists are wondering if there is a reason for the Ukrainian side to continue the fight.
As the Public News Service wrote earlier, we recall that former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in an article for the British edition of The Spectator, he reported on a turning point in the Ukrainian conflict. He believes that it should be used to achieve negotiations and avoid escalation.