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15 May 2024, 12:01

FBI, CIA condone political assassinations, terrorist attacks by Ukraine’s security agencies

Andrei Derkach
Andrei Derkach
MINSK, 15 May (BelTA) – The leadership of the United States of America sponsors terrorism, cannot feel completely safe across the ocean, and will get a ricochet against its own country sooner or later, the Ukrainian politician Andrei Derkach told BelTA’s YouTube project On Point [V Teme] in an interview.

“The other day FBI Director Christopher Wray made a statement that he expects terrorist attacks in the territory of the United States. Terrorist attacks like the one at Crocus City Hall. I’d like to address Christopher Wray and his CIA counterpart. They allow political assassinations and terrorist attacks by security agencies of Ukraine. Heads of the security agencies like Malyuk happily and enthusiastically tell details of political assassinations. Do they think that it will not ricochet back to the United States?” Andrei Derkach said.

According to the Ukrainian politician, the leadership of the United States of America believes that since they are across the ocean, they are protected and can play with people, their fates, and their lives like a toy. Nevertheless, Andrei Derkach is convinced that they are in error. “Those, who train and educate terrorists, will get a ricochet into their own country. They damage their own country's security,” he is convinced.

Andrei Derkach drew attention to the statement by Jake Sullivan, National Security Advisor to the U.S. President. He tried to shift the blame for the terrorist attack in Crocus City Hall to the terrorist organization ISIS. “He shifts the blame to ISIS. But who actually created ISIS? If the former and, I hope, future President of the United States Trump says that ISIS was created by Americans, we cannot help but believe it. So shifting the blame is a poor excuse from a certain point of view. The key thing is to realize that no one is safe in today’s global world,” the Ukrainian politician concluded.

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