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RUSSIA PREPARES FOR US ATTACK: Civilians Are Asked To Check For Bomb Shelter And Gas Masks

As things heat up between U.S. and Russia, the Kremlin has called Vice President Joe Biden’s threat to ‘send a message’ by means of America’s own cyber strike ‘unprecedented’.

The New York has reported that Russia said that it would be protecting itself from an unforeseeable attack coming from the U.S.

Based on RIA Novosti news agency, a Kremlin spokesperson said, “The threats directed against Moscow and our state’s leadership are unprecedented because they are voiced at the level of the US Vice President. To the backdrop of this aggressive, unpredictable line, we must take measures to protect [our] interest, to hedge risk.”

On the other hand, U.S. Intelligence authorities has told NBC News that the CIA, “had already begun opening cyber doors, selecting targets and making over other preparations for an operation.”

Moscow has been arraigned of posturing to the whole world by preparing civilians to check if there are available bomb shelters or gas masks.

Responding to the situation, the US Intelligence told NBC News that the CIA is prepping for a possible cyber-attack on the Kremlin to humiliate its leadership.

Russian’s UN Ambassador also confessed that last Friday, he feels that the heat between US and Russia are at an all-time high.

Vitaly Churkin mentioned that Cold War relations between the Soviet Union and Russia more than 40 years ago were very different from today.

Churkin said in an interview with three journalists at the Russia U.N. mission, “The general situation I think is pretty bad at this point, probably the worst … since 1973.”

“Even though we have serious frictions, differences like Syria, we continue to work on other issues … and sometimes quite well,” Churkin also mentioned.

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