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Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned in regard to the Kremlin’s declare that Ukraine tried a drone strike to assassinate Russian President Vladimir Putin that something from the Russian authorities ought to be taken with “a really giant shaker of salt.” 

Blinken advised The Washington Publish on Wednesday that he can’t validate the studies of an tried Ukrainian assault on the Kremlin, however observers ought to be skeptical of statements from the Russian authorities. 

“I can’t in any manner validate them,” mentioned Blinken, who was at an event with the Publish to preview the 2023 World Press Freedom Index. “We merely don’t know. Second, I might take something popping out of the Kremlin with a really giant shaker of salt.”

Ukraine has denied the Kremlin’s claims that it despatched drones to assault the president.

Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak mentioned in a tweet that Ukraine has fought an “completely defensive battle” and has not focused any territory inside Russia. 

The Kremlin mentioned the Russian navy and particular forces disabled the drones electronically and that it “reserves the correct to take retaliatory measures the place and when it sees match.” 

Blinken additionally mentioned that if Ukraine had been to assault Russian territory, the U.S. wouldn’t denounce it, stating that “these are selections for Ukraine to make.” 

Ukraine is anticipated to launch a counteroffensive quickly to retake further territory that Russia has captured throughout the battle.

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