27th May 2023 – (Moscow) Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Galuzin has accused the Kyiv regime of attacking the Kremlin with drones on May 3rd without coordination with Western handlers. In an interview with TASS, Galuzin noted that the West had refrained from condemning the attack despite the fact that it was an attempt on the life of the Russian president, and the Kremlin is a UNESCO cultural heritage site.
Galuzin added that the Kiev regime had shown that it disregards all international, legal, human or moral norms, and that its actions had not been coordinated with its Western sponsors who were afraid of a potential conflict escalation. However, no one has publicly condemned this terror attack, he added.
Despite this, Galuzin noted that China, which is trying to return Kyiv to the negotiating table, “has essentially condemned the terror attack on the Kremlin by the Zelensky regime.” There are also many who are wary of publicly speaking against Western approaches but in informal contacts, they let Russia know that they were shocked by this crime committed by the Kyiv regime and its reckless and dangerous behaviour, he concluded.