The world is on the brink of a third world war or a nuclear catastrophe

Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev said, on Monday, that the world is on the verge of a third world war and a nuclear catastrophe if Moscow does not obtain appropriate security guarantees, stressing that his country will do its utmost to prevent the outbreak of a third world war and a nuclear catastrophe.

“Sputnik” agency quoted Medvedev as confirming that the objectives of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, which has been ongoing since late February, “will be achieved.”

The deputy head of the Russian Security Council added that his country would do everything possible to ensure that the current regime does not exist in Kyiv.

Medvedev indicated that the tension will continue “indefinitely” if Russia does not obtain appropriate security guarantees.

Medvedev said that “the only thing that stops our enemies today is the realization that Russia will be guided by the basics of the state’s policy in the field of nuclear deterrence. If a real threat appears, it will work to solve it.”



And Sunday, he announced Russian President Vladimir Putin That his country is ready to negotiate with all parties to the Ukrainian conflict.

He added in an interview with state television: “I think we are moving in the right direction, defending our national interests and the interests of our citizens and our people, and we have no other choice but to protect our citizens,” according to what was reported by the “Reuters” news agency.

He continued, “We are ready to negotiate with all concerned parties about acceptable solutions, but it is up to them. We are not the ones who refuse to negotiate, but they are the ones who reject it.”

Putin said he was “100 percent” sure of the Russian military’s ability to “destroy” the Patriot air defense system, which the United States would supply to Ukraine.

The Ukrainian presidency responded to Putin’s statement, saying that Russia does not want negotiations and shirks its responsibilities.

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