Medvedev: Western countries are pushing the world in a world war

Vice President of the Russian Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, announced that Western countries are pushing the world in a world war, stressing that Moscow’s victory is the only guarantee against the outbreak of this conflict.

“We call things by their real name,” Medvedev wrote on the Telegram app. “Western countries are pushing the world in a world war and the complete and definitive victory of Russia is only the guarantee against the global conflict “, according to i media locals .

He also stressed that the Western approach is “don’t let Russia win”, wondering what this approach actually means.

‘direct provocation’

He also added: “We follow a simple logic. If Russia does not win, Ukraine will win. Ukraine’s goal is what the Kiev regime declared, to take back all the regions that belonged to it. That is to extract them from Russia.” , adding that this is a threat to the existence of the state and the collapse of present-day Russia. Which means that it is a direct reason for the implementation of Article 19 of the foundations of Russian policy in the field of nuclear deterrence.

As he concluded by asking, “So who is planning a nuclear conflict? What is this but a direct provocation to the outbreak of a world war with nuclear weapons?”

clear nuclear doctrine

Interestingly, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko announced on October 29 that his country’s nuclear doctrine is clear and leaves no room for double interpretation.

Grushko said Moscow takes into account in its military planning to modernize America’s deployed nuclear bombs in Europe, adding: “We cannot ignore the plans to modernize nuclear weapons, those free-fall bombs in Europe”.

He also saw that “the United States is working to modernize it, increase its accuracy and reduce the power of its nuclear charge, which means it converts these weapons. in weapons to use on the battlefield, and thus lowers the threshold for nuclear proliferation. ”He said.

Putin warned

Interestingly, President Vladimir Putin warned the West last September 21, during a speech in to which he announced the first partial mobilization of reserve soldiers in the country since the Second World War, not to deceive when he hinted that he was ready to use nuclear weapons to defend the security of Russian territory.

What turned on in that moment a wave of warnings that continues to this day, despite all previous and subsequent Russian clarifications that they did not threaten Ukraine with nuclear weapons and that the use of this destructive weapon is governed by strict and clear rules in the country’s military doctrine and safety.

The largest nuclear power in the world

Russia is the largest nuclear power in the world in based on the number of nuclear warheads it owns, as it has 5,977 warheads, while the United States has 5,428, according to the Federation of American Scientists.

Russian forces also have in about two thousand tactical nuclear weapons are in use, while the United States has about 200, half of which are deployed in bases in Italy, Germany, Turkey, Belgium and the Netherlands.

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