Medvedev raises again the threat of nuclear war if Russia fails

“Davos Forum Discusses Sending Tanks to Ukraine. Pole (President Andrzej Duda, editor’s note) Announced assembling a coalition of Western countries to supply armored vehicles to Kyiv“, criticized Medvedev, calling it a “shame”.

This Thursday, Dmitry Medvedev, the deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, was again scathing, raising the possibility of nuclear war. He initially responded to the upcoming talks with the West in Ramstein, Germany, and further arms assistance to the Ukrainians. “It was after the Davos Forum that underdeveloped political parties sounded like a mantra: ‘For peace, Russia must lose'”Medvedev said in Telegram, according to a Reuters report.

However, he cautions: “If nuclear power fails in conventional war, nuclear war will break out.”

An ally of the former Russian president, Vladimir Putin, added: “Nuclear powers are not missing major conflicts on which their fate depends. That should be clear to everyone.”

It should be noted that this is not the first time a Russian official has raised the threat of nuclear war. In July And September Finally, he had already announced that Russia could do it as a last resort or defend the annexed territories.

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