White House says it does not back Ukraine attacks inside Russia

White House says it does not back Ukraine attacks inside Russia

The White House expressed its lack of support for Ukraine’s attacks inside Russia following the damage caused by two drones from Ukraine in Moscow. White House spokesperson Karine Jean-Pierre stated during a press briefing that they do not endorse attacks within Russia. In response, Russia vowed to take severe retaliatory measures against Ukraine, labeling the drone strikes as acts of terror. Jean-Pierre emphasized that the war was initiated by Russia and they have the power to end it by withdrawing forces from Ukraine instead of targeting civilians.

Fortunately, no one was injured in the Moscow attack, which was the most significant incident of its kind since drones reached the Kremlin in May. One of the drones struck near Russia’s defense headquarters, serving as a symbolic blow that highlighted the capabilities of such drones. A senior Ukrainian official confirmed that there would be more attacks. Additionally, Kyiv reported that a Russian drone attack destroyed Ukrainian grain warehouses on the Danube River, resulting in seven injuries.

Despite international condemnation, the Kremlin announced its determination to continue its “special military operation” in Ukraine, which Kyiv and much of the West view as a brutal war of conquest. In a separate incident, a swarm of 17 drones launched attacks on Crimea overnight. Crimea was annexed by Russia from Ukraine in 2014. The Russian Defence Ministry reported that the drones targeted an ammunition warehouse and caused damage to a residential building, as confirmed by the Russian-installed head of Crimea.

In conclusion, the White House disapproved of Ukraine’s attacks inside Russia, Russia promised retaliatory measures, and the situation escalated with further drone attacks. The Kremlin remained steadfast in its military operation in Ukraine, while Crimea experienced its own drone attacks.

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