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Dmitri Medvedev says that if Russia is defeated in Ukraine, a nuclear war can be unleashed

The deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, former President Dmitry Medvedev, today warned the West against sending heavy weapons and attack systems to Ukrainebecause the defeat of a nuclear power like Russia in a conventional war can lead to the outbreak of a nuclear conflict.

“Tomorrow, at the Ramstein base of the NATOgreat military leaders will discuss new tactics and strategies, as well as the supply to Ukraine of new heavy weapons and attack systems. And this will be right after the Davos Forum, where belated revelers repeated like a mantra: to achieve peace, Russia must lose,” he said. Medvedev on his Telegram channel.

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“And it never occurs to any of those wretches to draw the following elementary conclusion from this: the defeat of a nuclear power in a conventional war can lead to the outbreak of a nuclear war”, he stressed.

Medvedev maintains in his umpteenth attack against the West, that “Nuclear powers do not lose major conflicts on which their fate depends.”

“But this should be obvious to anyone. Even for a Western politician who has retained at least some trace of intelligence.” insists.

The former president of Russia made the remarks on the eve of the Ukrainian Defense Contact Group meeting at the US Ramstein airbase in Germanywhere kyiv’s partners plan to announce major new military aid that will include more weapons and ammunition, as well as armored vehicles and, the government of Volodymir Zelenskymodern tanks.

Source: Elcomercio

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