Russian Foreign Minister stays in Bengbu, spokeswoman scoffs

2022-05-29 0 By

Zakharova taunted the British and American media: “Please publish the Russian invasion schedule” for the coming year so that holidays can be arranged.On February 16, when Russia failed to invade Ukraine as the West had predicted and used words instead of actual artillery shells as weapons, Russian government officials went into “crowd mode”.In a post on her Facebook account, Maria Zakharova, a spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, demanded that British and American disinformation outlets such as Bloomberg, The New York Times and the Sun publish a timetable for Russian “incursions” in the coming year.”I want to arrange my vacation,” she said.In another post, Zakharova posted a photo of the Smiling Russian foreign minister sitting in a chair with the caption: “Painting: morning of February 16, 2022”.Zakharova posted on The instant messaging app Telegram on Sunday (local time), satiriing the news that several Ukrainian lawmakers have taken refuge abroad as western media and politicians have hyped a Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 16.Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova posted a picture on Telegram on Sunday of the display screen of Ukraine’s parliament hall, showing that only 216 MPS were sitting.Zakharova captioned the photo, which was posted on Telegram on Thursday (local time), sarcastically: “Half of Rada’s MPS went to Europe to defend Ukraine without wasting their lives.To stab the aggressor in the back from behind.Although the Russians did not attack, they used the respite effectively — they were digging for something: either a trench or a hiding place.”Russian presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov said On Tuesday that he had “slept well” last night and was “calmly starting the day’s work” this morning.Peskov was asked if the spate of misinformation against Russia in western media meant that “hysteria in the West has reached its peak”.’To be honest, probably far from it,’ Mr. Peskov replied.Russia is tired of these western threats.Earlier, Dmitry Peskov joked in an interview that Ukrainians who believed could stay up and set their alarm clocks so they wouldn’t fall asleep during the so-called “attack.”On the same day, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said it was “very puzzling” that the United States continued to play up hysteria about Russia invading Ukraine.When Russia withdrew its troops after the exercise, the West demanded “proof” and inspection of the withdrawal of Russian troops, which is a sign of poor breeding.Recently, russia-Ukraine relations have been tense, and both sides have deployed a large number of military personnel and weapons in their respective border areas.The United States, Ukraine and NATO have accused Russia of massing troops near Ukraine’s eastern border in preparation for an “invasion” of the country.Russia denies this, saying NATO activities threaten its borders and that it has the right to deploy troops to defend its territory.Western media also frequently play up the threat of Russian “invasion”.With the US and NATO hyping up Russia’s “invasion” of Ukraine, the Russian Defense Ministry said On Thursday that some troops deployed along the Border with Ukraine were returning to their regular posts following the “completion of military exercises”.Although the reasons for the withdrawal were given and it was unclear how many Russian troops were being withdrawn, some Western media “self-declared victory” as a de-escalation initiative.Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said that February 15 will be the day when western propaganda fails, and Russia “did not fire a single shot”.Net integrated CCTV news, the web source | observer