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Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the supply of US-made Patriot missile systems to Ukraine would not be enough to end the conflict between Russia and Ukraine or prevent Russia from achieving its goals.

The announcement that a Patriot air defense system will be sent to Ukraine was made during Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s visit to Washington.

Peskov said there were no signs of readiness for peace talks during Zelensky’s visit to Washington, indicating that the US is waging a proxy war with Russia “until the last Ukrainian dies.”

Speaking about the supply of US Patriot air defense systems to Ukraine, Peskov said: “This will not lead to a quick agreement, but will be the other way around. This will not prevent the Russian Federation from achieving the goals of its special military operation.”

In his speech to the US Congress last night, Zelenskiy said the aid given to his country is an investment in democracy. The President of Ukraine recalled the fight against the Nazis during World War II, while asking for more help in their war against Russia.

Zelensky noted that the Patriot system is an important step in creating an air shield.

“This is the only way we can eliminate the possibility of a terrorist attack on the state’s main instrument of terror, our cities, our energy resources,” Zelensky said at a joint press conference with President Joe Biden.

Zelensky’s speech to Congress came shortly before Republicans, including those skeptical about sending so much aid to Ukraine, took control of the Democratic House of Representatives on Jan. 3.

On the other hand, the US Congress is about to approve a $44.9 billion military and economic aid package, in addition to the $50 billion in aid provided to Ukraine this year.

The United States also announced another $1.85 billion in military aid to Ukraine, including the Patriot system. “We want to get more Patriots, we are at war,” Zelensky told reporters.

“Russia must lose the war”

White House National Security Council strategic communications coordinator John Kirby said they saw no signals that Russian President Putin was interested in making peace.

Zelensky’s adviser Mikhail Podolyak said that the United States “finally marked the border of the conflict.”

In his Twitter post, Podolyak said: “1. Russia must lose. 2. There should be no exchange of lands in exchange for reconciliation. 3. Ukraine will receive all necessary military assistance as far as possible. 4. Nobody will object to Russia. hysterical rhetoric. made statements.

In recent weeks, Ukraine’s energy infrastructure has come under frequent attack from Russia. Millions of Ukrainians were left without electricity and water on cold winter days as infrastructure was damaged by shelling.

On the other hand, today Zelensky congratulated the electricians who work non-stop to provide electricity to the population on the Day of Energy of Ukraine.

Posting on Telegram, Zelensky said: “Even if the enemy temporarily leaves us without light, he can never take away our desire to choose the right one and return to normal. Together we will overcome the darkness.”

The TASS news agency previously quoted the Russian ambassador to the United States as saying that Zelensky’s visit to the United States confirms that Washington’s statements that it does not want conflict with Russia are empty words.

According to TASS, Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov said that America’s actions have led to an escalation and that it is impossible to imagine the consequences.

Last week, Moscow said that if the Patriot system were supplied to Ukraine, it would become a legitimate target for Russian attacks.

The Russian state news agency RIA today, citing the Russian Defense Ministry, reported that Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu visited Russian army units fighting in Ukraine, but did not name the place of the visit.

Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Kyrylo Tymoshenko said that today as a result of artillery shelling of the town of Chasov Yar, Bakmut region of Russia, one person was killed and two were injured.

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