Russian sympathizer remarks of the United States quoted daily by the Russian media
Flagship sinking, “Russia’s greatest humiliation”
On April 15, the anti-ship missile “Neptune” launched by the Ukrainian army hit the Russian army’s Black Sea Fleet and flagship “Moscow” and sank.
The US Department of Defense was the first to announce it. Meanwhile, the Russian Ministry of Defense states that “a fire broke out and then sank.”
Most people in the world believe in the former. Either way, there is no doubt that this flagship has sunk.
The Russian army, which continues to invade Ukraine, has lost the flagship of the Black Sea Fleet, which has been the cornerstone of the air defense system.
It is inevitable that military operations will have to be revised to control the South, and the mood of war may spread throughout Russia with the ever-increasing sacrifices of soldiers.
Ukrainian media Riga Net describes it as “the greatest humiliation for Russia.”
In December of last year (2021), when tensions over Ukraine were rising, US President Joe Biden clarified that the United States would not compete with Russia by military force.
This attitude was, of course, criticized as “weak.” In fact, the threat of sanctions alone could not stop Russia’s invasion.
Russian troops were reportedly murdered in Ukraine on a daily basis, and international public opinion accused Russia of “war crimes.” Mr Biden has declared this a “genocide” (genocide).
After the invasion on February 24, when Russian troops seemed to take control of Ukraine at any moment, it was reported that the Ukrainian troops would rebound in April.
NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) support for weapons against Ukraine, including the United States, seems to have begun to pay off here.