Russia threatens to strike "unconventional targets" in Ukraine

The leadership of Russia has issued a severe warning, stating that in the event that Russia is attacked, they would strike "unconventional targets" on Ukrainian soil if they feel it is essential to protect themselves. This warning comes in the case that Russia is attacked. In the event that this scenario plays out, the Russian government already has a plan in place to respond militarily.

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Russia threatens to strike "unconventional targets" in Ukraine

According to Dmitry Medvedev, Russia need to increase the number of targets it strikes inside the territory of Ukraine.
Dmitry Medvedev, a former President of Russia who is now the Deputy head of the Russian Security Council, made the statement that Moscow has to extend the list of targets that it hits in Ukraine on Monday.

Medvedev is now serving as the Deputy leader of the Russian Security Council.

At the moment, Dmitry Medvedev serves as the head of the Russian Security Council.
He sent the following message to his buddies using the app Telegram: "We need to choose non-traditional targets for our strikes." He was communicating with his friends. Not just storage facilities, but also factories for the production of goods, power plants, and refineries."

The reason Russia threatens to hit "non-traditional targets" in Ukraine

This comes after an attack employing two drones was carried out this morning on Moscow, the capital of Russia. The attack took place early this morning.

The news agency "Agence France-Presse" reported a source from the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense who said that this attack was a "special operation" carried out by the capital city of Kiev.

This information was provided by the source.

According to the source, who declined to reveal their name, "the attack with two drones on Moscow today was a special operation carried out by the Military Intelligence Service" of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense.

"The attack with two drones on Moscow today was carried out by the Military Intelligence Service."

Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement in which they declared that Russia retains the right to take "harsh response measures" in response to the assaults that have been ascribed to Ukraine and have targeted both Moscow and the Crimean peninsula, which was seized by Russia. Today's strikes have targeted both Moscow and the Crimean peninsula.

"We consider these events as a new resort to terrorist methods... to intimidate the civilian population," the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs declared, accusing Westerners of "standing behind the brazen actions" of Kiev and added that "the Russian Federation reserves the right to take harsh response measures."

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