Sergey Lavrov, Russian Foreign Minister, warns the U.S. not to carry out a “decapitation blow” Targeting President Vladimir Putin, It is called a “threat to physically eliminate the head of the Russian state.”
Lavrov made these comments Tuesday during an interview with Russian state news agency TASS, According to reports, this was in reference to an unrevealed report from September that cited an anonymous Pentagon official who said the U.S. considered such an action if Russia launched a nuclear attack.
“Washington went the furthest. … Some ‘unnamed officials’ from the Pentagon actually threatened to inflict a ‘decapitation blow’ on the Kremlin, but, in fact, it is a threat to physically eliminate the head of the Russian state,” Lavrov said.
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Sergey Lavrov, Russian Foreign minister, gives a speech during a meeting with heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Russia in Moscow on September 19, 2022. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, Pool)
“If such ideas are actually hatched by someone, this someone should think very carefully about the possible consequences of such plans,” He concluded.
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Lavrov speaks about the war in Ukraine, Also, TASS was informed. “It is no longer a secret to anyone that the strategic goal of the United States and its NATO allies is ‘victory over Russia on the battlefield’ as a mechanism for significantly weakening or even destroying our country.”
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