Kremlin says reports of sabotage operation in Ukraine ‘unfounded’: TASS

Biden’s ‘genocide’ comments are wrong and unacceptable: Kremlin

The Kremlin said on Wednesday that it categorically disagreed with US President Joe Biden’s description of Russia’s actions in Ukraine as ‘genocide.’

Biden said on Tuesday that Russia’s behavior in Ukraine amounted to genocide in his view, using that word for the first
time.

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“We consider this kind of effort to distort the situation unacceptable,” Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said on a conference call with reporters.

“This is hardly acceptable from a president of the United States, a country that has committed well-known crimes in recent times,” Peskov said.

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