Russia reiterates threats over nuclear war
The deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, former President Dmitry Medvedev, today warned the “West” against sending heavy weapons to Ukraine, saying that Russia’s defeat in a conventional war could provoke a nuclear conflict.
“At the NATO base in Ramstein (Germany) the great leaders are discussing new tactics and strategies, as well as the supply of new weapons and attack systems to Ukraine. This comes after the Davos Forum where ‘mentally retarded’ revelers repeated like a mantra: ‘to achieve peace, Russia must lose'”, said Medvedev, threatening the possibility of a worsening of the military situation.
“And none of these wretches can think of drawing an elementary conclusion: the defeat of a nuclear power in a conventional war can provoke a nuclear war”, he added.
Medvedev’s positions were expressed through the Telegram digital messaging system.
In the same statement, the vice-president of the Security Council of Russia reiterates the same threats: “the nuclear powers do not lose the great conflicts on which their own destiny depends”.
“This should be obvious to anyone. Even for a Western politician who retains at least the slightest bit of intelligence,” he declared.
The former vice-president of Russia issues new threats about the possibility of a nuclear conflict precisely on the eve of the meeting of the Contact Group for the Defense of Ukraine, at the American air base of Ramstein in Germany.
Countries that support Kiev are expected to announce new military aid to Ukraine.
In the same vein, today the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, meets the head of state and members of the government, meetings are expected to discuss new military aid to Ukraine, a country that was once again invaded by Russia in February last year. .
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