Psaki called Russia’s note “empty threats” because of the supply of weapons to Ukraine

According to her, the Russian Federation's statement about the “consequences” of such supplies is “empty threats.”


White House Spokesperson Jen Psaki commented on the information that appeared in the US media, which reported that Russia had sent a note to the US government condemning the supply of weapons to Ukraine.

According to her, the statement of the Russian Federation on “consequences” of such supplies are “empty threats”.

“I'm not going to speculate about empty threats or threats from Russian President Vladimir Putin and the rest of the country's leadership,” Psaki said.

She specified that last weekend America sent another delivery to Ukraine. We are talking about four aircraft on board which were equipped with weapons from the new $800 million aid package, which was previously announced by President Joe Biden.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova confirmed that a note had been sent to all countries, including the United States because of the supply of defense aid to Ukraine. At the same time, she did not specify the content of this appeal.


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