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Peskov On US Long-Range Missiles For Kiev: Do Not Forget What Putin Said In Volgograd | EL Etos UT News - 2 videos



After the Pentagon's statement about the supply of long-range missiles to Kiev, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov reminded that one should not forget yesterday's statement by Russian President Vladimir Putin in Volgograd.

Earlier in the day, the United States announced a $2.2 billion military aid package for Ukraine. The new military assistance package includes air defense systems, long-range missiles for HIMARS and long-range GLSDB projectiles. The Pentagon said that the United States left to the discretion of Kiev the possibility of using long-range projectiles for strikes on the Crimea.

"It's important not to forget Putin's statement yesterday in Volgograd," Peskov said.

On Thursday, Putin said that those who expect to defeat Russia on the battlefield, drag European countries, including Germany, into a new war with Russia, do not understand that "a modern war with Russia will be completely different for them." Putin stressed that Russia had not sent its tanks to the borders of Western countries, but Moscow "has something to answer, and the use of armored vehicles is not the limit."


  1. После заявления министерства обороны США о передаче Украине дальнобойных ракет в Кремле напомнили, что необходимо помнить, о чем говорил президент России Владимир Путин в Волгограде. Соответствующее заявление сделал пресс-секретарь российского лидера Дмитрий Песков.

    «Важно не забывать вчерашнее заявление Путина в Волгограде», - цитирует РИА Новости слова официального представителя Кремля.

    Напомним, во время открытия праздничного концерта в честь 80-й годовщины разгрома немецко-фашистских войск в битве за Сталинград президент РФ заявил, что России есть чем ответить на возникающие со стороны западных стран угрозы. По его словам, применением бронетехники дело не ограничится.

  2. Ground Launched Small Diameter Bombs (GLSDB) Washington plans to supply to Kiev have a low velocity and can easily be downed by air defense systems deployed in the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR), Andrey Marochko, a retired colonel of the LPR People’s Militia, told TASS on Friday.

    "GLSDB’s flight velocity is much lower than, say, that of type M31 HIMSARS rockets Ukraine is now receiving. Hence, our air defense systems will have more time to target and hit them," he said, adding that there is no official data about GLSDB rockets’ range while open sources provide varying information. "Some sources say these rockets can fly to a distance of up to 150 kilometers, but there is no official verification. Many say the range is 130 kilometers," he said.

    He stressed that reports about such supplies "will nor change the situation at the combat engagement line," since these munitions will be supplied to the Ukrainian army not earlier than mid-autumn. "I am not sure that the Ukrainian army will be in a position it is today. Our successful offensive actions indicate that before these munitions reach troops our forces will push the enemy back from the combat engagement line and people in the LPR will be in safety on the entire republic’s territory," Marochko added.

    Pentagon Press Secretary Patrick Ryder told reporters earlier on Friday that that hat the new package of US military aid to Ukraine will include Ground Launched Small Diameter Bombs (GLSDB). According to the Wall Street Journal, the 113-kilogram bomb with a rocket engine can be fired from a HIMARS multiple rocket launcher. However, Bloomberg said citing sources that it will take around nine months to supply Kiev with GLSDB rockets.

    According to experts polled by Reuters, such bombs will force the Russian command to change the tactic and deploy major facilities at a longer distance from the combat engagement line.


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