Russia claims that if the US had applied early pressure to Kiev, an invasion of Ukraine “would not be necessary.”
The invasion of Ukraine “would not have been required,” according to Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov, if the U.S. administration had used its clout to impose pressure on Kiev at the appropriate moment.
Washington claims that there wouldn’t have been a Russian bombardment if the Ukrainian Armed Forces hadn’t shot down an S-300 in Poland. But if you adopt this reasoning, you’d have to look at the situation from a different angle and come to the conclusion that there wouldn’t have been a special military operation in Ukraine if NATO and the United States hadn’t been completely unwilling to address Russia’s concerns “He declared.
In response to inquiries regarding the primary reason for the fall of a missile in eastern Poland, which resulted in the deaths of two people, he gave this statement during a press conference. In this way, he reiterated that the US and NATO’s activities are the “primary cause” of the current state of affairs.
If the United States and the Alliance had put pressure on the Kiev regime and given assurances that it wouldn’t start a new civil war and launch an attack against its own population in two already independent republics, there wouldn’t have been a “special operation,” as the Russian government referred to the invasion.
He stressed that given that “the Ukrainian side does not desire to carry out any dialogue,” the invasion would go on precisely until Moscow “achieves its aims.” He emphasised that there aren’t any open discussions going on right now.