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The State Duma of the Russian Federation threatened to hit the US embassy in Kyiv because of the supply of Himars MLRS

Yuri Shvytkin, a member of the Russian parliament, said that by supplying such weapons to Ukraine, the United States is moving step by step towards World War III, and also called for a strike on the government quarter and the “decision-making center” – the United States Embassy in Kyiv.

The State Duma of the Russian Federation called for a strike on the US Embassy and the government quarter in Kyiv due to the provision of military assistance to Ukraine in the form of Himars multiple launch rocket systems. By supplying these MLRS, the United States is moving step by step towards the Third World War. About it declared Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Defense Committee Yuri Shvytkin in an interview with Lenta.ru.

According to him, Russia should react “toughly”, and the reaction should extend to those countries that supply weapons to Ukraine.

“And not just to destroy infrastructure and so on, but I think the main decision-making center is the US Embassy. I think that sooner or later this will become a target for the Russian armed forces, the people’s militia of the DPR and LPR. My position is to destroy the government quarter in Kyiv, it is necessary to destroy the corresponding points,” Shvytkin said.

Recall, on June 23, Minister of Defense of Ukraine Oleksiy Reznikov said that MLRS Himars already in Ukraine. The head of the department noted that the summer for the RF Armed Forces would be hot, and for some the last.

Note that these are not the first such threats to Russia. On June 20, after the Armed Forces of Ukraine hit the gas rigs seized by Russia in 2014 in the Black Sea, the State Duma announced that will strike at the “decision centers”, after which “they will not recover soon.” In addition, the United States also received threats if it turns out that the strike was carried out with the help of weapons supplied by them.

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