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‘May Common Sense Prevails In The West, Red Lines Will Not Be Crossed’ Says Putin


Russian President Vladimir Putin hopes that common sense and responsibility will prevail in the West and that the red lines in relations with Russia will not be crossed. Speaking at the VTB Capital’s “Russia Calling!” investment forum Tuesday, the president noted that one such red line includes the deployment of strike systems in Ukraine. “If strike complexes emerge in Ukraine, then, the [missile] flight time to Moscow will be about 7-10 minutes, and 5 minutes, if hypersonic weapons are,” he noted. “What should we do then? We will have to create something similar against those who threaten us. And we…

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