The Kremlin assessed the likelihood of a Russian attack on Ukraine

Photo: Gennady Cherkasov Russia has never attacked anyone first, said the press secretary of the Russian president Dmitry Peskov. Peskov added that information about a possible Russian attack on Ukraine is nothing more than an empty and groundless escalation of tension. Истoчник www.mk.ru At the same time, Western countries have repeatedly accused Russia of intending to allegedly attack Ukraine. Nevertheless, a Kremlin spokesman pointed out that there is a possibility of provocations to justify such statements. So he commented on information about a possible Russian attack on Ukraine and other countries. Moscow denied these charges. The summit is expected to take place in January. However, the Russian Federation warns that attempts to resolve the Ukrainian crisis by force will have serious consequences. Earlier, the US and NATO proposed to hold a Russia-NATO Council, which will discuss Moscow's proposals on security guarantees. The Kremlin claims that the Russian side poses no threat to anyone.