"This is nonsense": the White House responds to Russia's accusations of financing terrorist attacks on the company where Biden's son worked

Maryna PohorilkoWorld
The White House denies Russian accusations against Burisma

The White House has called Russia's accusations of terrorist financing against Burisma, a company registered in Ukraine, "nonsense." Everyone, including Moscow itself, understands that the attack on "Crocus City Hall" was carried out by ISIS.

The statement was made by US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan, Ukrinform reports. He reminded that the United States had warned Russia about the possibility of a terrorist attack.

"This is nonsense. Russia knows that ISIS committed the terrorist attack in Moscow, we know that ISIS committed the terrorist attack in Moscow. We warned Russia about a possible terrorist attack in Moscow, everything else is noise," Sullivan emphasized.

On April 9, it was reported that the Russian Investigative Committee opened a criminal case on terrorist financing against the Ukrainian oil and gas company Burisma. It is the company that has allegedly paid for terrorist attacks in Russia in recent years, according to the committee.

Deputies of the Russian State Duma claim that terrorist financing in Russia is carried out by "high-ranking officials of the United States and NATO countries."

Interestingly, the IC version denies the Kremlin's version of Ukraine's involvement in the events, as Burisma, according to them, financed the "elimination of prominent political and public figures" and not the shooting of Picnic fans.

It should be noted that Burisma remains the largest private gas producer in Ukraine. Its president and founder is former Minister of Ecology Mykola Zlochevskyi. After he fled Ukraine in 2014, the company created a board of directors, which included Hunter Biden, the son of the current US president.

As reported by OBOZ.UA:

– Earlier, the White House said that despite the involvement of ISIS in the horrific terrorist attack near Moscow, the Kremlin is spreading disinformation. Russia is shifting the blame to Ukraine following Kremlin political narratives.

– The White House also said that the U.S. Congress should act as soon as possible on a bill that would provide additional aid to Ukraine. Because U.S. lawmakers are taking so long to approve the document, Ukraine is losing ground on the front lines.

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