Ukraine not allowed to attack Kremlin with U.S.-supplied missiles - Biden --The scope of strikes with American-made weapons must be limited to military positions in Russian border areas, Biden has claimed | 6 June 2024 | Washington has not authorized Ukraine to use U.S.-supplied missiles to attack targets deep inside Russia, including Moscow, Joe Biden has said. His comments come after the U.S. permitted Kiev to carry out cross-border strikes on Russian soil using American-made weapons. In an interview with ABC News on Thursday, Biden confirmed that Ukraine is allowed to use U.S.-made weapons for strikes inside Russia, but claimed Kiev can launch them "only in proximity to the border when they [Russian weapons] are being used on the other side of the border to attack specific targets in Ukraine." "We're not authorizing strikes 200 miles into Russia and we're not authorizing strikes on Moscow, on the Kremlin," Biden stressed.

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