Former Russian President Medvedev has warned that Moscow is speeding up production of the “most powerful means of destruction” List of codes

Vladimir Putin and Dmitri Medvedev (Sputnik/Reuters)

The former Russian president and current number two on the Security Council, Dmitry Medvedevstated on Sunday that Russia it is manufacturing the “most powerful means of destruction”, based on “new principles”, with which it could attack the West.

“Our enemy not only entrenched himself in the Government of Kyiv [una entidad territorial administrativa de la Rusia imperial] (…) It is also in Europe, North America, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and in other places that swore allegiance to the Nazis,” Medvedev said.

“That’s why we are increasing the production of the most powerful means of destructionincluding those based on new principles,” he continued in a message posted Sunday on Telegram.

Medvedev did not detail what these principles were about, but he could have made reference to the new generations of hypersonic weapons that Moscow claims to be developing in recent years.

(via Reuters)
(via Reuters)

In his message on Telegram, he also charged against those he has described as “Rabid Pseudo-Ukrainian Mongrel Dogs With Russian Surnames”. Thus, he has affirmed that these people “drown in their toxic saliva and declare that the enemy is on the borders of Russia, from the West to Vladivostok.” “Rage has no cure,” he settled.

Medvedev thus referred to the statements by the secretary of the National Security Council of Ukraine, Oleksi Danilov, who said on Saturday that the Ukrainian “enemy” is between the territory of Donbas and Vladivostok and stressed that Kiev “is not going to ask anyone”. before. to attack targets on Russian territory.

Medvedev himself said in September that Russia “can use” all kinds of weapons in case of threatincluding nuclear weapons, adding that the country “has chosen its own path and there is no going back.”

Days later, the former Russian president stressed that “NATO would not intervene directly” in the event that Moscow uses nuclear weapons against “the Ukrainian regime”, while defending that Moscow “has the right” to use this weapon “if necessary”. .

the ghost of a nuclear war plans again since the start of the offensive in Ukraine in February.

Recent Russian military defeats on the ground have raised fears that Moscow is considering turning to its nuclear arsenal.

This week, Russian President Vladimir Putin downplayed the risk of using these weapons, saying he would not use them first, but only “in response” to a possible enemy attack on his territory.

The United States said it was “irresponsible” to talk “lightly” about nuclear weapons.

(With information from Europa Press and AFP)

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