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Kiev regime confessed to terrorism, in own words — Russian diplomat

It's not the law enforcement officers or individual saboteurs. It's the state, the regime, Maria Zakharova stressed

MOSCOW, October 13./TASS/. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba, in a conversation with Russian pranksters Vladimir Kuznetsov (Vovan) and Alexey Stolyarov (Lexus), made a ‘heartfelt confession’ about the Kiev regime's involvement in terrorist activities, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova wrote on her Telegram channel on Thursday.

The diplomat posted a fragment of the conversation between the pranksters and Kuleba, to whom they introduced themselves as former US envoy to Russia Michael McFaul, and dubbed it "a frank confession of 'Ukrainian Foreign Minister' Kuleba about the Kiev regime's terrorist attacks in Crimea and Belgorod."

In the excerpt, the Ukrainian top diplomat noted that Crimea "is not an immediate operational target." "But if you ask me who is blowing something up in Crimea or Belgorod, in private I will tell you that, yes, it's us," he reported.

"Good for you. Just yesterday [Ukrainian President Vladimir] Zelensky swore in his interview with the BBC channel that it was not true, and his statements about preventive strikes were in fact about sanctions. And then his top diplomat <..> comes out and confesses to terrorism. So indeed: ‘it's us’ (the Kiev regime - TASS). Not the law enforcement officers or individual saboteurs. But the state, the regime," Zakharova stressed.