Russians first do it, then they make excuses out of fear, – Danilov on US drone attack
The attack of the American MQ-9 Reaper drone is a deliberate provocation of Russia. After her, they got scared and began to declare that they had nothing to do with the incident.
This was announced on Channel 24 by Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksiy Danilov. He noted the statement by US officials that they will continue their observations where they consider it necessary within the framework of international law.
Does Russia want to draw NATO into the war like this?
Alexei Danilov called Russia a well-known country provocateur and recalled the war that Hitler started.
That Hitler and Putin are twins. Same height and sick in the head. The Russians will want to involve the NATO countries in their provocations, but there is no need to pay attention to this,” the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council noted.
He added that Russia would not like to be defeated by Ukraine, but rather by NATO. However, no one will allow them to shake the situation and involve other countries too.
Alexey Danilov on the failure of Russia's plans in the war against Ukraine: watch the video
Will the enemy repeat the “experiment”
Alexey Danilov believes that this situation will not happen again – the Russians have gone too far. This is evidenced by their fear, and “rejection” from provocations. So it was already in 2014 after the downing of a civilian passenger aircraft MH-17.
“They (the Russians – Channel 24) until the very end claimed that they had nothing to do with this. Now active trials have begun in the Netherlands in this particular case. I think that soon we will witness interesting names that will definitely make public who gave the command, under whose leadership this happened,” the official said on the air.
MQ-9 Reaper Attack: The Last
- The involvement of the Russians in the March 14 attack on an American drone is indisputable – Channel 24 has collected detailed information.
- Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin spoke with Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu about the incident over the Black Sea.
- US State Department spokesman Ned Price said the actions of the Russian pilots were dangerous and unprofessional and could have “provoked a much bigger incident.”