July 6, 2022


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Ukraine LIVE: Black Sea breakthrough as Turkey strikes cope with Putin after intense talks

Vladimir Putin has despatched a horror warning to Lithuania with Russia threatening a “critical damaging impression” following claims from Moscow of a rail blockade of its territorial outpost in Kaliningrad.

Tensions are exploding within the Russian exclave between Lithuania and Poland, with Russia warning of “sensible” retaliatory motion if the European Union doesn’t unblock steel items caught in transit.

Senior European Union diplomats are scrambling to diffuse the ticking timebomb in Kaliningrad, which Russia annexed after World Warfare 2, and have warned the state of affairs might escalate into a really critical one extraordinarily rapidly.

Officers have insisted this has arisen as an unintended consequence of the EU’s fourth sanctions package deal, which noticed the bloc ban imports from Russia of metal and ferrous supplies.

Russian Safety Council chief Nikolai Patrushev has now threatened a “critical damaging impression on the inhabitants of Lithuania”. He didn’t elaborate on what that would entail.

Russia’s International Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova warned if this isn’t rapidly resolved, “retaliatory strikes can be inevitable” and they’re going to “not be within the diplomatic dimension”.


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