Russia government has issued warning to attack United States of America, US if the country failed to stop arming Ukraine, a country President Vladimir Putin has declared war on since February 24, 2022.
Russia government also banned United Kingdom Prime Minister, Boris Johnson and some other cabinet members from entering Russia in retaliation to the economic sanctions UK and other countries had placed on it.
9NEWS media reported that the Russia government decided on Friday night that if the US failed to stop arming Ukraine, the God’s own country will face unpredictable consequences.
Russia threat comes as bombing of the Ukrainian capital city, Kyiv resumed just hours after the sinking of a Russian battleship.
First Rank Captain Anton Kuprin, 44, allegedly was killed in the subsequent fire aboard the 612-foot vessel, according to Interior Minister adviser Anton Herashchenko and former Russian State Duma lawmaker Ilya Ponomarev.
Ponomarev said only 58 crew members had been rescued among the 510 on board.
Russian state TV host Olga Skabeyeva had said the nation has entered World war three hence Vladimir Putin’s “special operation” delay or taking so long in in Ukraine.
Olga Skabeyeva said viewers shout recognize that the country is now fighting against Nato.
“One can safely call what it has escalated into World War Three. That’s absolutely for sure.
“Right now, we’re definitely fighting against Nato infrastructure, if not Nato itself. We need to recognise that”,
Meanwhile, Russia Government has banned Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other senior ministers from entering Russia over the UK’s stance on the war in Ukraine.
Kremlin said the decision had been made in retaliation to the UK’s sanctions against it since it invaded Ukraine.
President Vladimir Putin had earlier in March banned US President Joe Biden from entering Russia.
The lists of persons banned from entering Russia in UK included:
- Prime Minister Boris Johnson
- Foreign Secretary Liz Truss
- Defence Secretary Ben Wallace
- Deputy Prime Minister, Lord Chancellor, and Secretary of State for Justice Dominic Raab
- Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapps
- Home Secretary Priti Patel
- The Chancellor Rishi Sunak
- Minister of Entrepreneurship, Energy and Industrial Strategy Kwasi Kwarteng
- Minister of Digitalization, Culture, Media and Sport Nadine Dorries
- Minister for the Armed Forces James Heappey
- First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon
- Attorney General for England and Wales and advocate general for Northern Ireland Suella Braverman
- Conservative MP and former British Prime Minister Theresa May