Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has suggested the possibility of an all-out war between his country and Russia, in coinciding with Moscow’s announcement of the completion of construction of the “North Stream-2” pipeline project.
And Zelensky believes that if the situation develops in this way, it will be the biggest mistake that Russia will make.
And the Russian gas company “Gazprom” announced today, Friday, the complete completion of the “North Stream-2” project, in clear challenge to the United States of America.
Despite US threats to impose sanctions, Moscow announced the completion of the Nord Stream 2 project, a 1,200-kilometer-long pipeline project with a total capacity of 55 billion cubic meters per year, from the Russian coast, across the bottom of the Baltic Sea. , in Germany.
Russia: we will not be carried away in horrible chatter and scenarios
Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov commented on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s statement on the possibility of a war with Moscow, saying: “We will not be dragged in horrible conversations and scenarios “.
“The Kremlin regrets the statement by the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky,” Peskov added.
Asked whether the Kremlin saw a danger after Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky’s statements about the possibility of a war with Russia, Peskov added: “Unfortunately. We don’t want to indulge. in no frightening expectations. “
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