Britain is being accused of launching attacks against Russia and Putin, but the United Kingdom is denying that those accusations are true.
"Britain’s Ministry of Defense (MoD) has denied Russian allegations that the Royal Navy directed Ukrainian drone strikes against the Black Sea Fleet and facilitated the 'terrorist attack' on the Nord Stream pipelines," reported Breitbart.
"The Russian defense ministry claimed Black Sea Fleet and civilian vessels 'involved in ensuring the security of the grain corridor as part of an international initiative to export agricultural products from Ukrainian ports' had been targeted in a 'terrorist attack' by aerial and maritime drones, resulting, they claimed, in 'minor' damage to a minesweeper and a sea boom," a statement published on Telegram stated.
"The Russians further alleged that the 'preparation of this terrorist act and the training of military personnel of 73rd Marine Special Operations Centre were carried out under supervision of British specialists' based within Ukraine, and that 'representatives of this unit from the British Navy' were also 'involved in plotting, organising, and implementation of the terrorist attack in the Baltic Sea on 26 September this year to blow up the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines,'" reported Breitbart.
To detract from their disastrous handling of the illegal invasion of Ukraine, the Russian Ministry of Defence is resorting to peddling false claims of an epic scale
This invented story, says more about arguments going on inside the Russian Government than it does about the west
— Ministry of Defence 🇬🇧 (@DefenceHQ) October 29, 2022
Britain's defense ministry responded to these claims, accusing Moscow of "resorting to peddling false claims of an epic scale" in an effort to "detract from their disastrous handling of the illegal invasion of Ukraine."
"This invented story, says more about arguments going on inside the Russian Government than it does about the [W]est," Britain's Ministry of Defense tweeted.
"While the incident has officially been attributed to 'a technical malfunction of the SU-27 fighter,' it is widely believed that it was in fact a warning, given the RAF aircraft in question was kitted out for surveillance and capable of being used to pass intelligence to the Ukrainians," reported Breitbart.
"Of course it wasn’t an accident," said retired Rear Admiral Chris Parry.
"The incident displayed clear intimidatory intent. We are in a strategic conflict with Russia now," Parry added in his comments made to Daily Mail.
Russia Alleges Britain’s Royal Navy Blew Up Nord Stream Gas Pipelines https://t.co/UVOo7RDoXc
— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) October 29, 2022
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