Russia Warns of NATO Arms Supply to Ukraine | News

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Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko warned on Wednesday about the supply of weapons to Ukraine by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), which could be the cause of a possible incident, he added.


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In this sense, Grushko accused that the real objective of NATO is to look for an enemy in order to continue with its extension plans in Eastern Europe.

"By moving their borders to our borders, they were just looking for an enemy, by saying they need to defend against a major threat from the East, we need weapons there, we need to increase military budgets, this is the meaning and purpose of NATO," he continued.

"But at the same time, they created vulnerabilities for themselves," Grushko said. "Each expansion of the alliance actually made their security worse," he told the Rossiya-24 news channel.

He argued that the West forgot its own security interests in pursuit of geopolitical expansion into new areas.

"The West imagined itself the winner of the Cold War and decided that only it could make its own rules," the vice chancellor said.

"An order based on rules is not really international law, of course. This is the order that is conceived in Brussels, Washington and other capitals," he concluded.

"Certainly there are risks. And of course we are extremely concerned about the arms supply program (to Ukraine), and everything is very dangerous in this situation," he said.

"There are no guarantees that there will be no incidents, and there are no guarantees that they may not escalate in a completely undesired direction, but we have definitely heard NATO say that they have no plan or intention, and this is at least a manifestation of the reason".

"This shows that at least some common sense is present in NATO's actions," Grushko said in response to whether there is now a risk of a direct confrontation between Russia and NATO.

"Certainly, we are interested in NATO taking a position that safeguards its own national interests. All the messages at the highest level have been sent," the diplomat commented.

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