On the territory of Ukraine, persons transporting Western weapons to Kiev may become targets for spot strikes, said head of the Russian Federation Council Commission for the Protection of State Sovereignty Andrey Klimov, RIA Novosti reported on February 27.
Klimov wondered how the weapons could physically get to Ukraine. It’s not like money that can be deposited into the account in Ukraine.
“I have a simple question – how will these weapons get there now? I’m just wondering – how? Well, the money I can still imagine: they will put it in their accounts there. But the weapons physically, how will they get there?” (to Ukraine – note by Rossa Primavera News Agency)
The senator compared weapons to apples, but pointed out that apples are easier to carry than weapons. Transportation of weapons can be traced quickly, he stressed. Once the weapons get into Ukraine, we can do whatever we want with them as Russia conducts demilitarization.
“As soon as it gets into Ukraine … we demilitarize it. It’s not like they’re bringing in apples. Don’t you think we can’t trace these shipments? It’s not like a penknife in your pocket,” Klimov said.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency