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Russian response – “Destroy their energy, industry, transport, banking and social services”

“Destroy their energy, industry, transport, banking and social services,” said the deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council

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In response to the introduction of anti-Russian sanctions by the collective West, attacks should be made on the vulnerable areas of the economies of Western countries. This call was made by Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev.

“We must try every day to inflict maximum harm on those countries that have imposed these restrictions on our country and all our citizens. Harm in everything in which harm can be done. Harm to their economies, their institutions, and their rulers. Harm to the well-being of their citizens. Their confidence in the future,” Medvedev wrote in his Telegram channel.

According to him, “to do this, we must continue to look for the critical vulnerabilities of their economies and hit them in all areas,” as well as cause damage “in all places, paralyzing the work of their companies and government institutions.”

“Cause damage in all places, paralyzing the work of their companies and government agencies. Find problems in their most important technologies and strike them mercilessly. Literally destroy their energy, industry, transport, banking and social services. Instill fear of the imminent collapse of all critical infrastructure,” called on the deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, According to Daily Mail.

On June 12, the US Treasury Department expanded the list of anti-Russian sanctions. The restrictions introduced by the department affected companies associated with the IT sector and aviation, as well as with the Moscow Exchange. In addition, the companies Rusgazdobycha, Arctic LNG 1, and Arctic LNG 3 were sanctioned.

In addition, restrictions were introduced concerning the Kazan Experimental Design Bureau, Uralvagonzavod, the Vega Radio Engineering concern, and the Poisk Research and Production Association. The sanctions included the Institutes of High Temperatures and High-Current Electronics of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

The all-Russian “Movement of the First” and more than 30 citizens were included in the sanctions list.


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