Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov warned today (Friday) that Poland was threatening Ukraine's territorial integrity.
"During a daily news conference in the Kremlin, Peskov said:
Poland's hostile rhetoric is heard, which could be a source of threat. These rhetoric threatens the territorial integrity of Ukraine.
According to Sputnik, he commented on allegations that Russia was exporting Ukrainian wheat:
This is fake news and the United Nations has not even bothered to confirm this information. We have no information about FAO statements about grain theft from Ukraine and it may be just a claim.
The Kremlin spokesman also did not comment on whether Tel Aviv's claim that Russian President Vladimir Putin had apologized to caretaker Prime Minister Naftali Bennett over remarks made by Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov about Hitler.
According to the report, he stated about the British involvement in the events in the city of "Bucha": "Information about the parties involved in these events will be provided in due time."
"Everything is going according to plan," the Russian diplomat was quoted as saying by Sputnik.
Asked by a reporter about a missile strike on a Russian warship, Peskov said:
The Kremlin is not aware of any reports of an attack on a Russian warship in the Black Sea.
Earlier, Valentina Matvinko, chairwoman of the Russian Federation Council (Senate), warned that no country could surprise Moscow, and that militant tendencies against them would not go unanswered.