Putin warns NATO not to cross the “red line” in Ukraine: “We will have to create something similar to those who threaten us. And we can already do that.”

Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned the West not to cross Moscow’s “red line” in Ukraine and said NATO is threatening Russia’s security by holding exercises and deploying weapons near its borders, according to the Financial Times.

Putin warns NATO not to overtake "red line" in Ukraine: "We will have to create something similar to those who threaten us.  And we can already do that"

Little bit said Tuesday at an investment forum that Moscow has developed hypersonic missiles and will have to answer “whether NATO will continue to expand its infrastructure,” including through the alliance’s potential deployment of its own missile systems. “If some kind of attack systems appear on the territory of Ukraine, the flight time to Moscow will be seven to 10 minutes, and five minutes if a hypersonic weapon is deployed,” Putin told an online conference on Tuesday. “Then we’ll have to create something similar to those that threaten us. Can you imagine? And we can already do that now.”, added Vladimir Putin.

The United States supplied weapons to Ukraine and helped train the army, but did not deploy forces or equipment as suggested by Putin. However, the issue remains pressing for Putin, who said last month without evidence that NATO could secretly set up missile bases and systems in Ukraine under the pretext of the training program.

Washington has shared with the Allies information that suggests Russia may be preparing for a return to direct hostilities in Ukraine, after massaging up to 114,000 soldiers in its north, east and south. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said before a two-day meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Latvia that a Russian attack “would have serious consequences”, while British Foreign Minister Liz Truss said his country would use “all the diplomatic and economic leverage we have at our disposal” to discourage Russia.

Putin complains that NATO carried out unplanned military exercises in the Black Sea this month

But Little bit Russia has been forced to defend itself from what he described as a gradual invasion of NATO since the collapse of the Soviet Union, including the deployment of missile systems in Poland and Romania, which it said could be used for to launch attacks on Moscow.

The Russian president also complained that NATO was conducting unplanned military exercises in the Black Sea this month, including strategic bomber flights that could carry nuclear weapons, just 20 km from the Russian border.

In response, a new Russian hypersonic missile will enter service early next year, he said Little bit. The rocket, which can travel at nine times the speed of sound, has been successfully tested this month, he added.

Kiev says US intelligence indicates a “high probability” that Russia will prepare for an invasion after relations with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky have deteriorated and that it is losing interest in peace talks between France and Germany.

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