Western Arms Supplies countries to Ukraine were dangerous and proved that Russia was right to start an operation to ensure the “demilitarization” of the country, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Monday.
The Kremlin accuses the European Union of hostile behavior towards Russia, claiming that arms deliveries to Ukraine were destabilizing.
The West has taken a step up arms supplies to Ukraine for help it defends against a Russian invasion which Moscow describes as “special military operation” aimed at protecting civilians.
Peskov declined for comment on the number of losses suffered by the Russian forces, or to work out on Instructions from President Vladimir Putin over the weekend for Russian nuclear deterrents will be placed on a “special diet.”
But he said Putin was focused on the economy right now and was indifferent to sanctions against him personally car they “contain absurd provisions on assets and so on.”
Peskov also says that “many citizens of Ukraine is a victim of Ukrainian propaganda” and “many Russians have parents in Ukraine, and their hearts are hurting for what their arrive. »
The Russian ruble fell by almost 30% against the dollar on Monday, after Western nations on Saturday unveiled sweeping sanctions, including blocking some Russian banks from SWIFT international Payments system.
central russia bank scrambled to handle growing fallout of the sanctions, saying he would start buying gold again on the domestic marketlaunch a takeover auction with no ease limits and restrictions on banks’ open currency positions.
This also ordered brokers to block attempts by foreigners to sell Russian securities.
China reiterated son opposition to the sanctions, refused to condemn the attack on Ukraine or call I bronze invasionand called several times for negotiations.
Japan and South Korea have declared that they join in the action of blocking certain banks from SWIFT. South Korea, grand exporter of semi-drivers, said it would be also ban exports of strategic items in Russia.
Several European subsidiaries of Sberbank Russia, majority owned by the Russian government were failing or were likely to fail because of the reputation cost of the war in Ukraine, said the European Central Bank.
Britain said on On Monday, he took new measures against Russia in concert with the United States and the European Union, indeed cutting off Major of Moscow financial Western market institutions.
Business giants also took action, with The British oil major BP, the first foreign investor in Russia, saying it would drop its participation in state oil company Rosneft during a cost of up at $25 billion.