WATCH: Sec. Blinken gives remarks at the U.N. on tensions between the U.S., Russia and Ukraine

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken went before the U.N. Security Council and described in detail the range of false-flag attacks that Washington believes Moscow might stage to justify invasion.

Watch Blinken’s remarks in the player above.

He described any invasion unfolding with barrages of missiles and bombs, cyberattacks, followed by Russian troops advancing on “key targets that have already been identified and mapped out,” although he did not elaborate on evidence of that.

Russia’s intended targets included Kyiv, with its nearly 3 million people, Blinken said.

“Specific groups of people” were also planned targets of any Russian invasion, he said. “The Russian government can announce today with no qualification equivocation or deflection that Russia will not invade Ukraine. State it clearly ,state it plainly to the world and then demonstrate it.”