Russia goes on the offensive every day over the ‘Taurus transcript scandal’… Bring out ‘Hitler’s ghost’

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Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson: “There has been little de-Nazification of China.”
Kremlin: “Substantial and concrete evidence of West Russian attack”
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Russia is strengthening its offensive by putting pressure on Germany every day regarding the ‘Taurus confidential conversation leak scandal’. On the 4th (local time), the Russian state broadcaster RT reported that the ‘ghost of Hitler’ was even brought up.

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According to reports, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova criticized reporters at the World Youth Festival (WYF) held in Sochi that day, saying, “As we understand now, they have not been completely de-Nazified.”

He then warned, “If the German people themselves do not stop this process, Germany itself will suffer the most dire consequences.”

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Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said this morning, “(In the transcript) German military officers discussed plans for an attack on Russian territory ‘substantially and concretely,’” adding, “It is evidence of the West’s direct involvement in the Ukraine conflict (war).” insisted.

He said it was unclear whether the actions of the German soldiers appearing in the transcript were independent or in accordance with the German government’s official policy, but he criticized them as “both really bad.”

Meanwhile, Britain urged Germany to provide long-range missiles to Ukraine.

“The UK is the first country to provide long-range precision strike missiles to Ukraine, and we will encourage our allies to do the same,” a spokesman for the British Prime Minister’s Office said, according to Gidaun.

The UK has already provided long-range missiles Storm Shadow and SCALP to Ukraine, and recently admitted that “a small number of British troops are stationed in Ukraine” to operate the missiles.

On the 26th of last month, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz reaffirmed his position not to support Taurus, saying, “There is a risk of being embroiled in war.”

Source: Donga

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