Moscow is not attempting to destabilize the Ukrainian government: Russian Spokesperson


Posted on 09 March 2022


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Maria Zakharova, a spokesperson for Russia's foreign ministry, stated on Wednesday that Moscow is not attempting to destabilize the Ukrainian government, claiming that progress has been made in the three rounds of negotiations between Russia and Ukraine. In her weekly briefing, Zakharova stated that Moscow had documentary evidence that the US is developing bioweapons in Ukraine. In response to the United States' remark, Maria Zakharova, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland, verified the existence of biological research laboratories in response to an inquiry. As the conflict enters its 14th day, evidence emerges that Russia is hitting civilian areas. The Russian army's goal, according to the spokesperson, is to "de-Nazify" Ukraine, not to occupy the nation or destroy its statehood.


Key Points


  • Maria Zakharova, a spokesperson for Russia's foreign ministry, stated on Wednesday that Moscow is not attempting to destabilize the Ukrainian government, claiming that progress has been made in the three rounds of negotiations between Russia and Ukraine.

  •  The Russian army's goal, according to the spokesperson, is to "de-Nazify" Ukraine, not to occupy the nation or destroy its statehood, says spokesperson.


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