Former Russian president warned of nuclear war in Ukraine
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has warned that the Ukraine war could lead to a “nuclear war with the defeat of nuclear power”.
The former Russian president loyal to Vladimir Putin said this in a telegram on Thursday about the support of NATO military forces in Ukraine.
Medvedev serves as the deputy head of Putin’s National Security Council in Russia. Before that, he served as the President of Russia for four years. Putin was the Prime Minister at that time.
He has repeatedly threatened nuclear chaos and made derogatory remarks aimed at the West since the start of Russia’s attack on Kiev.
Meanwhile, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said NATO member countries are going to announce the delivery of new “heavy weapons” to Ukraine. He said this on Wednesday.
US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is scheduled to host a meeting of nearly 50 countries, including all 30 NATO members, at the US-run Ramstein military base in Germany on Friday.
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said at the World Economic Forum in Davos, “The main message of this meeting will be more cooperation and more advanced heavy weapons delivery.” Because, this is a battle of our evaluation.
Many of Ukraine’s allies announced plans to step up their military cooperation with Kiev this month, despite the risk of Russian opposition. Britain is the first country to pledge Western heavy tanks on Saturday.