Photos posted on social media claim to show President Vladimir Putin’s chief propagandist Dmitry Kiselyov vacationing at a five-star resort in Dubai hours after threatening the West with a nuclear strike on television.
Kiselyov arrived in Dubai on Monday and plans to shop and eat at Michelin-starred restaurants, the account said, without giving further details.
Kiselyov is staying at the Jumeirah al-Qasr hotel, Moscow Laundry said, posting a photo of him at the scene with a woman who closely resembles his wife, Maria.
“Why are they threatening vast Russia with nuclear weapons when they are just a small island? The island is so small that a Sarmat missile is enough to drown it once and for all,” Kiselyov said. , referring to an intercontinental ballistic missile that Russia recently tested. It is unclear if the show was live or pre-recorded.
“I don’t feel shaken. We have strong armed forces and a nuclear deterrent and we are part of a NATO partnership of 30 nations that outweigh it in arms, numbers and potentially have every capability at our disposal. “Wallace said of Putin. . “I’m not afraid of him, and I think we should be very grateful in this country to have a nuclear deterrent.”
The UK has been particularly vocal in its support for Ukraine, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson visiting President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Kyiv last month and later pledging $130 million in additional military support.