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UK issues warning to Putin over Moscow attack

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In the aftermath of a terrorist attack in the Moscow region, the United Kingdom has sternly cautioned Russian President Vladimir Putin against exploiting the tragedy to escalate the ongoing conflict with Ukraine. The UK’s warning comes amidst Putin’s accusatory rhetoric, where he sought to implicate Kyiv in the incident, a move branded by London as a “desperate” attempt to justify further aggression.

The attack, which occurred in a concert hall, saw four suspects open fire on civilians. In response, Putin alleged that Ukraine was complicit in aiding the assailants’ escape. However, British officials emphasized that there is no substantiated evidence linking the attack to Ukraine. This sentiment was echoed by US Vice President Kamala Harris, who firmly rejected Putin’s assertions regarding Ukraine’s involvement.

Instead, Western governments, including the US and its allies, attribute the attack to the Islamic State (ISIS). They have underscored the need for a united front against terrorism while cautioning against allowing Putin to manipulate the situation to serve geopolitical interests.

The UK’s admonition underscores growing international concern over Putin’s intentions and his willingness to exploit tragic events to advance his agenda. As tensions continue to simmer in the region, diplomatic efforts remain crucial in preventing further escalation and fostering stability.

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