Member of the state Duma Committee on defense Franz Klintsevich believes that the United States is making a statement about the likely supply of weapons in Ukraine, are fond of Russia's reaction. In addition, Deputy Viktor Zavarzin hopes for the rationality of Washington when deciding on this issue.
According to Franz Klintsevich, was organized by the leakage of information, something like a trial balloon. "The United States, of course, first of all interested in the reaction of the Russian Federation", - said the Deputy.
"Of course, we know that the United States long ago put Ukraine weapon. In addition to lethal weapons. But at the moment, apparently, we can talk about a completely different scale", - quotes RIA Novosti news of Klintsevich.
According to the parliamentarian, events in the South-East of Ukraine are not developing the script of the United States. "So they can indulge in all serious. But we need to respond not to "leak", and on these steps. And, of course, to keep our finger on the pulse," said the legislator. Besides all this, he was convinced of the possibility of further provocations. "The goal is specifically to involve the Russian Federation in the incident in Ukraine", - summed up the Klintsevich.
His officer of the Duma Committee Viktor Zavarzin expressed the hope that in the administration of the United States when deciding on the question of arms supplies to Ukraine will be hope for sanity. "If the administration of the United States all the same such a decision is made, it will lead to irreversible consequences. Let's hope for the wisdom of the United States when considering the final decision on this issue", - said the Deputy.
Remember earlier edition of the New York Times said that the United States is considering the possibility of supplying Ukraine weapons. According to her, commander of NATO in Europe, American General Philip Breedlove stands for delivery Kyiv "weapons for defense, and some officials in the White house and Pentagon support this proposal.
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