Putin Ally Says A Nuclear Strike Is Coming Soon

(ConservativeSense.com) – Russian President Vladimir Putin’s friend and ally, Viktor Medvedchuk, has warned that a nuclear strike is inevitable if the West interferes in the Russia-Ukraine war. Medvedchuk, speaking to Russian media, said the Kremlin will respond if the West continues to pursue global dominance. The pro-Putin Ukrainian, who lives in Russia, warned that a third World War is inevitable.

Mr. Medvedchuk noted that the Arab world was drawing closer to the regional conflict and predicted that China and India would follow suit as valuable Russian allies with large armies. The exiled Ukrainian echoed sentiments expressed by Vladimir Putin recently when he warned Western Europe to stay out of Ukraine because his “nuclear forces are in a state of full readiness.”

Putin made the remarks in reply to French President Emmanuel Macron, who hinted that Western Europe could send troops to the conflict zone, prompting criticism from fellow Western European leaders.

Marcon defended his stance amid a wave of condemnation and said his comments were considered and measured. While acknowledging no European consensus on direct involvement in the war, Mr. Macron insisted that nothing could be excluded, including the option of military action. Stephane Sejourne, French Foreign Minister, delivered additional remarks saying military action was not the only option, but other means of support were on the table, such as mine-clearing or cyber defense.

The US, UK, and Germany all rejected the prospect of Western intervention. White House spokesperson Adrienne Watson said the President is clear and consistent that no American troops will be deployed to the Eastern European war. National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby said the same.

In Germany, politicians on the left and right condemned the idea. Chancellor Olaf Scholz stated, “There will be no ground troops, no soldiers on Ukrainian soil sent there by European countries or NATO states.”

Russia appeared unconvinced; however, when Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said his government thought the conflict’s acceleration was not possible but highly probable.

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