Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev announced on Friday that Russia would win in Ukraine and is ready to move to the “borders of Poland”.
“We will achieve victory”, wrote the second Russian Security Council official on the “Telegram” application, adding that the goal is “to push the borders of threats to our country as far as possible, even if it is the borders of Poland.”
And on Wednesday, after his country announced its withdrawal from the New Start nuclear deal with the United States on Tuesday, Medvedev confirmed that Moscow would defend itself by any means, including the use of nuclear weapons.
Medvedev said on “Telegram”: “If the United States wants to defeat Russia, then we have the right to defend ourselves with any weapon, including nuclear ones.”
The Russian military operation in Ukraine enters its second year today, Friday, as bloody battles and street warfare continue between the two countries, as the Russian military tries to establish control over the Ukrainian regions, while Kiev receives Western military and logistical support to deal with the Bear Russian.
On Friday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky tweeted that 2023 is the year of victory after a year of pain and Ukraine has proven it is invincible.
He added: “On February 24, millions of us chose. Not a white flag, but a blue and yellow flag. We don’t run away, we confront each other. We choose resistance and struggle. It was the year of pain and sorrow, of faith and unity. E quest’year we remained indomitable. We know that 2023 will be the year of our victory!
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