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Russia: The U.S. Has Made A “Direct Threat” To Moscow

The United States ruling class cannot mind their own business and stay out of war. It now has plans to deploy long-range missiles in Europe that Russia claims are a threat to global security and could pave the way for an escalation of already tense relations between Moscow and NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization).

On Wednesday, the U.S. and its ally Germany issued a joint statement that Washington “will begin episodic deployments of the long-range fires capabilities of its Multi-Domain Task Force in Germany in 2026, as part of planning for enduring stationing of these capabilities in the future.”

Russian Ambassador to Washington Anatoly Antonov has said this is a “direct threat” to Moscow.

The deployed systems will include SM-6 and Tomahawk missiles with ranges of up to 460km and 2,400km, respectively, as well as developmental hypersonic weapons, according to Washington. The assets have a “significantly longer range than current land-based fires in Europe,” the statement added.

Russia Warns The West: “Any Actions With Our Assets Will Receive A Symmetrical Response”

In a post on Telegram on Thursday, Antonov denounced the move as “a serious mistake by Washington.” “Such extremely destabilizing steps are a direct threat to international security and strategic stability,” he said.

The envoy stressed that the planned deployment “increases the risks of a missile arms race,” adding that it could unleash “uncontrolled escalation amid dangerously soaring Russia-NATO tensions.”

Antonov also said that Russia has always sought to reduce the risks posed by disagreements over missile capabilities. “Instead of the desire for peace that Russia has demonstrated many times, the Americans have embarked on the dangerous path of militarism,” according to the ambassador. –RT

Russia has issued many warnings to the U.S. and other NATO countries since the start of the war, and while the West continues to cross Moscow’s red lines, there has been no retaliation. Should Moscow ever decide to make good on any of its threats, the U.S. and NATO are going to be put in a very difficult spot.

Ukraine And NATO Urge U.S. To Cross Another One Of Russia’s “Red Lines”

At the same time, Russia has said that it intends to keep abiding by the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty’s terms but warned that it could reverse that policy if Washington starts deploying missiles covered by the treaty in any region of the world.

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