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LONDON: Russia told the United States to stop sending more arms to Ukraine, warning that large Western deliveries of weapons were inflaming the conflict and would lead to more losses, Moscow's ambassador to Washington said.

Russia's Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine has killed thousands of people, displaced millions more and raised fears of a wider confrontation between Russia and the United States - by far the world's two biggest nuclear powers.

The United States has ruled out sending its own or NATO forces to Ukraine but Washington and its European allies have supplied weapons to Kyiv such as drones, Howitzer heavy artillery, anti-aircraft Stinger and anti-tank Javelin missiles.

Anatoly Antonov, Russia's ambassador to the United States, said such arms deliveries were aimed at weakening Russia but that they were escalating the conflict in Ukraine while undermining efforts to reach some sort of peace agreement.

US’s Blinken says Russia is failing in its war aims, Ukraine succeeding

"What the Americans are doing is pouring oil on the flames," Antonov told the Rossiya 24 TV channel. "I see only an attempt to raise the stakes, to aggravate the situation, to see more losses."

Antonov, who has served as ambassador to Washington since 2017, said an official diplomatic note had been sent to Washington expressing Russia's concerns. No reply had been given, Antonov said.

"We stressed the unacceptability of this situation when the United States of America pours weapons into Ukraine, and we demanded an end to this practice," Antonov said. The interview was replayed on Russian state television throughout Monday.

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin visited Kyiv on Sunday.

They told Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelenskiy of more than $322 million in new military financing for Ukraine, taking total U.S. security assistance since the invasion to about $3.7 billion, a U.S. official said.

U.S. President Joe Biden pledged $800 million in more weaponry for Ukraine on Thursday and said he would ask Congress for more money to help bolster support for the Ukrainian military.

President Vladimir Putin says the "special military operation" in Ukraine is necessary because the United States was using Ukraine to threaten Russia and Moscow had to defend against the persecution of Russian-speaking people.

Putin, who says Ukraine and Russia are essentially one people, casts the war as an inevitable confrontation with the United States, which he accuses of threatening Russia by meddling in its backyard and enlarging the NATO military alliance.

Ukraine says it is fighting an imperial-style land grab and that Putin's claims of genocide are nonsense. Zelenskiy has been pleading with U.S. and European leaders to supply Kyiv with heavier arms and equipment.

Putin warned in February that there would be no winners in a conflict between NATO and Russia, which has the world's biggest arsenal of nuclear warheads.

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samir sardana Apr 25, 2022 10:37pm
As I said on "https://www.brecorder.com/news/40169019/russia-to-deploy-sarmat-missiles-by-autumn-in-historic-nuclear-upgrade:,24 hours ago,as under: "And a signal to NATO, to NOT step up the ante,before the final assault ,on Donbass and the Ports" AND TODAY THE RUSSIANS ARE WARNING THE US NOT TO POUR OIL ................. BUT NATO,WILL NOT STOP ! SO LONG AS US/NATO SOLDIERS BLOOD, IS NOT SPILT - NATO WILL NOT STOP ! IN UKRAINE,THE NATO AND US,HAVE FOUND THE "DREAM ARMY", TO FIGHT ! IF ARMED, UKRANIANS WILL FIGHT THE MARTIANS, ON PLUTO ! THE NATO HAS DELAYED THE MIGs.THE MIGs SHOULD HAVE BEEN SENT WHEN THE RUSSIANS WERE RETREATING FROM KIEV. IN MARIUPOL THE RUSSIAN ADS AND RADARS WILL PICK UP THE MIGs IN SECONDS ( AS IT IS JUST 50 KMS FROM THE BORDER) AND THE RUSSIAN JETS WILL SCRAMBLE IN 5 TO 7 SECONDS.dindooohindoo BUT STILL, THE MIGs AND MISSILES,WILL PROLONG THE WAR AND THE UKRAINIAN SIEGE IN THE EAST.
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