Germany and Great Britain said that Ukraine has the right to bomb Moscow during a defensive war - ForumDaily
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Germany and Britain said that Ukraine has the right to bomb Moscow during a defensive war

Germany recognized that Ukraine has the right to strike at the territory of Russia. But he asks to do it not with German weapons, reports Hromadske.

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The German government said that international law allows Ukraine to strike at Russian territory in self-defense.

This was stated by German government spokesman Steffen Hebestreit in a commentary to Deutsche Welle in response to a question about the drone attack on Moscow. At the same time, he added that official Berlin opposed the use of German weapons for such attacks.

Opinion of other countries

The United States, after the drone strikes on Moscow and the Moscow region, said it did not support attacks inside Russia. However, they noted that the capital of Ukraine also suffers from Russian strikes, in May alone Kyiv was subjected to at least 17 attacks by drones or missiles.

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“We have seen the news and are still collecting information about what happened. In general, we do not approve of attacks on Russian territory,” the White House said in a statement.

Washington is reportedly "focused on providing Ukraine with the equipment and training it needs to reclaim its own sovereign territory."

But in the UK they believe that Ukraine has the right to defend itself from Russia outside its borders. The British government stressed that Ukraine's "legitimate military objectives" on the territory of the Russian Federation are part of self-defense.

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“Kyiv has the legal right to do so – within its own borders, of course, but it also has the right to use military force outside its borders to undermine Russia’s ability to use military force in Ukraine,” said British Foreign Secretary Cleverly.

Impact on Moscow

In Moscow on May 30 early in the morning they announced about drone attacks. UAVs crashed into high-rise buildings in the capital of the Russian Federation, and also flew around the Moscow region.

The Russian Ministry of Defense later stated that Kiev launched a “terrorist attack” by unmanned aerial vehicles “on facilities in the city of Moscow.”

The Russian Foreign Ministry said that Russia "reserves the right to take the most stringent measures" in response. The head of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, claims that the drone attack on Moscow "was a response to a strike on the military intelligence headquarters of Ukraine." Neither Russia nor Ukraine reported such a strike.

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