Maria Zakharova after Burbach’s words about dragging NATO into war asked him to buy a textbook

Official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova, commenting on the statement of German Foreign Minister Annalena Barbock.

Maria Zakharova
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That Russian President Vladimir allegedly wants to drag NATO into a conflict, reminded them of a map and a history. Advised to buy textbook. Expansion of alliance.

Earlier, Tagesspiegel reported that the German Foreign Minister said in an interview with the Funke media group that “Putin's goal was and remains to destroy 's existence as a sovereign independent country and drag NATO into .”

“I want to ask Burbach: does he not know that there were not Russian bases encircling NATO countries, but that NATO was expanding to the east along the perimeter of Russia? A map for Annalena, a history textbook and chewing Buy gum so he can say less shit like that,” Zakharova said.

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Recently, ideas about a direct armed conflict between the alliance and the Russian Federation have been increasingly heard in the West. The said the Russian Federation poses no threat, does not threaten anyone, but will not ignore actions that are potentially dangerous to its interests. Furthermore, in recent years, the Russian Federation has seen unprecedented NATO activity near its western borders.

The coalition is expanding the initiative and calling it “deterring Russian aggression.” Moscow has repeatedly expressed concern about the build-up of coalition forces in Europe. The Russian Foreign Ministry said that Russia is open to dialogue with NATO, but on an equal basis, while the West should give up the path of militarization of the continent.

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