Russian military claims Ukrainian attackers just violated their borders

As the threat of a Russian invasion of Ukraine continues unabated, the Russian military announced that five so-called “saboteurs” were assassinated Monday after entering Russia from Ukraine.

The report reflects almost exactly what the Biden administration warned could be “false flags” or trigger points to which Russia would react as a pretext to launch its invasion.

“As a result of the clashes, five people who violated the Russian border from a group of saboteurs were killed,” the Russian military said in a statement, according to Reuters. No Russians were killed in the alleged border breach. Russia also said Ukraine destroyed a border outpost used by the FSB (Federal Security Service) during early morning shelling.

In recent days, Russia has also claimed that Ukrainian forces are orchestrating attacks on pro-Russian separatist regions in Luhansk and Donetsk.

Ukraine has denied any such incursion or attacks took place. The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dmytro Kuleba, took to Twitter on Monday to refute claims with a large red X denying an attack on Donetsk or Luhansk, or that it sent saboteurs across the border. Russia, or it bombarded Russian territory or border crossings.

Second, Putin also convened a special meeting of his security council, after which he said he was “considering a request for recognition of Ukraine’s breakaway regions.” In a statement televised on Russian state media, he said: “The purpose of today’s meeting is to listen to our colleagues and determine our next steps in this direction, including the call of the leaders of the Donetsk People’s Republic and the Luhansk People’s Republic to Russia to seek recognition of their sovereignty and the resolution of the State Duma on the same topic,” he said, reflecting the commented earlier that the West had seen as another potential pretext to invade Ukraine in order to protect the newly recognized areas.

Despite a series of last-minute diplomatic efforts – including talks about a summit between presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin – all hell seems to be falling apart in Ukraine soon.

Second, Biden’s national security adviser Jake Sullivan warned that Russia’s impending attack on Ukraine would be “extremely violent” and that it could begin literally at any time.

“We believe that any military operation of the size, scope, and magnitude of what we believe the Russians are planning would be extremely violent,” he told NBC Today on one channel. Crazy morning TV about Presidents Day. “It will cost the lives of Ukrainians and Russians, civilians and military alike.”

He told the network that new intelligence gathered in recent days reveals “an even greater form of brutality as this will not simply be a conventional war between two armies.” team”. He went on to say that Russia would target the Ukrainian people “to oppress them, crush them, to harm them.”

He later appeared on ABC Good Morning America, telling them that “all signs sound like President Putin and the Russians are working on a plan for a major military invasion of Ukraine.” That plan was reinforced over the weekend when Russian military assets painted with an ominous white “Z” rolled toward strategic points along the Ukrainian border. “In the last 24 hours alone, we have seen Russian units continue to move towards the border with no good explanation other than that they are in position to attack.”

Over the weekend, French President Emmanuel Macron invited Biden and Putin to a summit, and Mr. Biden signaled that he would attend on condition Russia did not invade Ukraine, but the Kremlin called reports of any Such a meeting is “too early”.

As Sullivan reiterated that any attack on Ukraine would be met with “full American and Allied power,” unsubstantiated reports of ceasefire actions along the border continued. no decline. Video posted on Twitter shows a fuel station burning on the front lines in eastern Ukraine as civilians flee amid gunfire.

The European Union, which will feel the effects of one last war, approved a $1.36 billion emergency package to support Ukraine through loans. “It is intended to provide prompt assistance in an acute crisis situation and strengthen Ukraine’s resilience.” Russian military claims Ukrainian attackers just violated their borders

Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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