Third-party missiles that may have been used to attack the Crimea drilling platform-Member
Simferopol (Sputnik)-The strike on the drilling platform of the Crimean-based energy company Cherno Morneftgaz may have been carried out using foreign long-range missiles, Crimean Russian House of Representatives Mikhail Sheremet said. Told Sputnik on Monday.
Crimean leader Sergei Axnov said on Monday that three platforms were attacked by Ukrainian troops with long-range missiles. Senator Olga Cobitidi confirmed to Sputnik later Monday that seven of the 109 people working on the drilling platform were missing and three others were injured.
She said the Russian army was looking for them using patrol boats and aviation, all three platforms were shut down to expel gas from the pipes to avoid an explosion, and gas drilling after the restoration work was completed. He added that it would be resumed.
“The strike may have taken place on long-range missiles that were transferred to Ukraine as part of the delivery of weapons by Western nations. From a distance, they appear to have been foreign-made missiles,” Schelemet said. Stated.
Lawmakers added that investigators must determine the country of origin of these missiles by fragment.
“If it turns out that these missiles were manufactured in the European Union or one of the member states of the United States, their leaders are also responsible for what happened. They call themselves the President of Ukraine. An unbalanced and crazy man. Everyone who has supplied Ukraine with deadly weapons will have personal responsibility. “
Russia launched a special military operation in Ukraine on February 24, in response to a request for assistance from the separated republics of Donetsk and Luhansk. Since then, the United States and other Western nations have put pressure on Moscow with sanctions and supplied Kyiv with weapons.
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