© Reuters. Military truck drives along a highway east of Kyiv, Ukraine, February 18, 2022. Picture taken February 18, 2022. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
LONDON (Reuters) – The assessments of U.S. and British spies on Ukraine cannot be trusted as they made so many grave mistakes in the run up to the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, Russia’s first deputy permanent representative to the United Nations said on Sunday.
“We don’t trust the U.S. and British intelligence, they let us down, the whole world, on many occasions enough to remember weapons of mass destruction in Iraq,” Dmitry Polyanskiy told Sky.
Polyanskiy said no-one should try to tell Russia where it held military exercises on Russian territory.
Russian diplomat says: U.S. and British spies can’t be trusted on Ukraine
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