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Russian lawmaker threatens US missile strike in Alaska

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Speaking on state TV, Russia’s State Duma deputy Andrey Gurulyov threatened a missile attack on the US state of Alaska. When asked why Russia should attack Alaska, Andrei Gurulyov replied, ‘To scare them.’ Moscow has been criticizing the US for helping Ukraine since the invasion of Ukraine.

Gurulyov said, ‘There is no need to attack Texas. We have a strategic nuclear force that covers the territory of America. Let me tell you, ‘Let me remind you, on the other side of the strait is Alaska.’

Gurulev made the comments on a state-run Russian news show. The show was hosted by Olga Skabayeva Olga. Skabayeva is a critic known for her propaganda. He is also known by the nickname ‘Iron Doll of Putin TV’.

Former Ukrainian minister posted a clip of the statement

It was not clear when the shocking comments were made on the show, but the clip was posted on Twitter on Friday by Anton Herashchenko, Ukraine’s former deputy minister of internal affairs, according to the report. Let us tell you that US Senator Lindsey Graham met Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kiev on Friday.

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