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Ukrainian Foreign Minister Addresses the Issue of Creation of the Kherson People’s Republic after Russia Takes Kherson

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TRIBUNNEWS.COM – Russia has threatened to target Western arms supplies sent to Ukraine.

The Russian side said convoys with foreign weapons in Ukraine could be considered “legitimate targets” for Russian attacks.

“We warn the United States that pumping Ukraine with weapons from a number of countries regulated by them is not only a dangerous step, but an act that turns a suitable convoy into a legitimate target,” Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said, according to the news agency. state-owned RIA Novosti belongs to Russia.

The warning could escalate the situation in Ukraine further.

Ryabkov’s comments come as the US directs $200 million for defense aid and services, including military education and training to Ukraine.

A US administration official said the $200 million would include anti-armor, anti-aircraft systems and small arms to support Ukrainian frontline defenders facing Russia.

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Issues of the Russian Plan for the Creation of the Kherson People’s Republic

A picture shows damage at the entrance of a building after a shooting by Russian troops in Constitution Square in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second largest city, on March 2, 2022. – On the seventh day of fighting in Ukraine on March 2, Russia claimed control of the southern port city of Kherson, Street fighting rages on in Ukraine’s second largest city Kharkiv, and Kyiv braces for a feared Russian attack. (Photo by Sergey BOBOK / AFP) (AFP/SERGEY BOBOK)

Russia intensified attacks and warned the US that arms shipments to Ukraine were ‘legitimate targets’ in Russian military operations, the Los Angeles Times quoted.

Russian troops continued to bombard cities across Ukraine on Saturday (12/3/2022), seizing the eastern outskirts of the main southern port.

Moscow has also signaled it will soon expand the war to include its Kyiv allies.

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