Vladimir Putin plot: Kremlin ‘targets NATO supply line’ in terrifying escalation of war | World | News

On Wednesday, Russia declared it had fired two Kalibr cruise missiles from a submarine in the Black Sea upon Ukrainian targets. The Kremlin additionally renewed its warning that it could try and assault shipments of NATO weaponry to Ukraine.

Russia beforehand said that it had carried out comparable assaults from a Submarine on the finish of April.

The Russian Defence Ministry launched footage of the missiles being launched from the submarine and said they’d hit unspecified Ukrainian targets. 

The ministry introduced beforehand that it had incapacitated six railway stations in Ukraine used to supply Ukrainian forces with Western weapons by bombing their energy provides.

The declare from the Kremlin has not but been verified and the Kremlin has not revealed which weapons had been provided to Ukrainian forces through these railway routes.

Earlier on Wednesday, Russia’s Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu addressed Defence Ministry officers at a convention.

He warned that Moscow would purpose to destroy shipments from NATO to Ukraine which have elevated in current weeks.

He stated: “The United States and its NATO allies are continuing to pump weapons into Ukraine.

“We view any transport of NATO arriving on the territory of the country with weapons or materials destined to the Ukrainian army as a target to be destroyed”.

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The ground-based Patriot methods will kind half of NATO’s Integrated Air and Missile Defence System which goals to guard alliance territory from air and missile assaults.

NATO are additionally busy making ready for the Madrid Summit on the finish of June the place the members will talk about the Madrid Strategic Concept.

NATO secretary normal Jens Stoltenberg stated: “The Madrid Strategic Concept will reflect the new security environment, recommit to our values, and reaffirm our unity, ensuring that our Alliance is fit for the future.”

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