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Putin’s dire threat to West: “F-16 jets will burn”

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned against the use of US warplanes on Ukrainian territory. Diplomatic efforts by the high-level African delegation now continue in Russia after a stop in Kiev.

At the International Economic Forum in St. Petersburg, Russian President Vladimir Putin denied gaining ground in a counteroffensive on the Ukraine front and again criticized Western arms supplies.

Putin said that Type-16 fighter jets will be fired on the territory of Ukraine. Also: The delivery of these planes would drag NATO into conflict, he warned: “Tanks are burning in Ukraine, many tanks have recently been destroyed in the Ukrainian operations towards Vremyvka and Zaporizhia, including Leopard tanks. Yesterday it was the same, yesterday were Leopards. They are burning. F-16s will be burning too, no doubt. .”

After a meeting in Kiev with top politicians from seven African nations, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky insisted he would consider talks with the Kremlin only after Russian troops were withdrawn.

Crucial for Africa: Controversial grain deal

During the talks in Kiev, politicians complained about the negative effects of the Russian war of aggression on Africa, especially the increased grain prices. A few days ago, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov again threatened to end the grain agreement with Kiev, which expires next month. Among other things, the agreement facilitates the export of grains to developing and emerging countries.

The African delegation continued to Russia for a meeting with Putin. The team, led by South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, says it is on a “historic mission”. South Africa has good relations with Moscow and, like Russia, is a member of the BRICS countries.

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