Possible trigger for war between US and Russia Russia’s foreign intelligence service has denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating “Similar, baseless allegations concerning Russia’s intelligence have been made more than once. US intelligence has claimed that Kremlin agents are preparing for a “false flag” operation in Ukraine. This could potentially lead to a US-led conflict against Russia, as US Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland declined to comment on the US military response.
In an interview with Sky News’ Mark Stone, Ms. Nuland said Vladimir Putin’s T.Terrible war plan.
It is understood that Russia is planning a violent attack on the Russian embassy or consulate in Ukraine, which Moscow will blame on far-southern Ukrainian extremists.
Ms Nuland added that the Russians were looking for excuses to attack – even if it meant attacking their own forces.
She said: “It’s straight out of the Russian playbook: through vandalism, through false flag operations, to blame another boy, to create that excuse, to make excuses to go in or try to show it. Just as the Ukrainians were aggressive, The Russians have also been accused of blaming Ukraine. “
The veteran diplomat continued: “This is extremely worrying.
“As you know, one nation does not deploy 100,000 troops on the border of another nation and does not carry out sabotage inside the country without any malicious and aggressive intent.
“It’s a very expensive and difficult and dangerous operation. So why now?”
He has repeatedly denied that the United States would deploy troops or respond to attacks.
However, Tobias Elwood warned that the Russian invasion of Ukraine could be “a few days away.”
“I fear that an attack by the Russian military is inevitable and imminent, and we allow it to happen,” said Tory MP, chairman of the Commons.
This comes after a week of talks aimed at easing tensions between the United States and Russia.
Moscow has been accused of carrying out a major cyber attack on Ukrainian government ministries yesterday.
The hackers left ominous messages on the websites, saying: “Ukrainians. Fear and hope for the worst. This is your past, present and future.”