NATO Waging Proxy War With Russia – Country’s Official Says

During Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine, the Russian military discovered documents, which show that concrete plans existed to carry out strikes against Russia from Ukrainian territory, according to the Russia’s deputy permanent representative to the UN, Dmitry Polyanskiy. 

“It is obvious right now that we are having a proxy war with NATO, so NATO is waging proxy war with Russia, not vice versa. This is the reality that we face,” Polyansky said.

The official noted that documents that Russia discovered at the beginning of its special military operation indicate with all clarity that there were concrete plans to strike on Russia from Ukraine.

“There were also concrete plans to strike on Donbass, and the documents of [the] Ukrain[ian] General Staff indicate this. So, this was kind of a preemptive strike from Russia, and we did it with the full conformity of Article 5 of the UN charter, and we notified the UN about it,” the diplomat said.

Polyansky’s remarks backed comments made by the country’s President, Vladimir Putin, who said that Moscow’s decision to launch its “demilitarization” and “denazification” operation in Ukraine was justified by the threat the country faced.

“We saw how the military infrastructure was unfolding, how hundreds of foreign advisers had begun to work there, with the most modern weapons being regularly delivered from NATO countries. The danger was growing every day. Russia offered a preemptive rebuff to the aggression – this was a forced, timely move and the only correct decision, one taken by a strong and independent country,” Putin said.

As Sputnik reported, UK Secretary of Defense Ben Wallace expectedly dismissed Putin’s assertions, claiming that the UK and NATO never had any plans to attack Russia.

“Let me put on the record categorically: NATO, Britain, Eastern Europe is not planning to invade Russia and never has done,” Wallace said.

Ru-Main, 10.05.2022
Source: Vesti 

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