Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov
On Monday, March 6, a journalist from Komsomolskaya Pravda invited the official representative of the Kremlin to discuss this issue…
… – Dmitry Sergeevich, academician Onishchenko, who always has quite accurate information, in an interview with Komsomolskaya Pravda claims that during the operation, which lasted three hours, a NATO bullet was removed from the body of the boy Fedya, who carried out a heroic feat in the Bryansk region. Does this mean that a terrorist attack that has been committed can be given the status of an international terrorist attack? And what, according to the Kremlin, should be Russia’s reaction here?
This is what, verbatim, Peskov said:
– Listen, the Ukrainian armed forces and nationalist units naturally use various ammunition. The most different, including NATO.
This is something we have talked about repeatedly, in reference to the growing involvement of NATO countries in this conflict. Actually, here, probably, it is not so important (what kind of ammunition and weapons. – AG) … It is important from whose hands this bullet was fired. That’s what’s important.
Here, all the necessary qualifications for this incident have already been given.
This is nothing more than a terrorist act.
– Thank you.