Medvedev was upset about heavy weapons for Ukraine — UNIAN

Medvedev was upset about heavy weapons for Ukraine

The politician threatened nuclear war, stressing that the Russian Federation allegedly cannot lose.

Medvedev was upset about heavy weapons for Ukraine Medvedev is outraged that Ukraine will receive offensive weapons / Photo by UNIAN

The disgraced deputy chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, the former president of Russia, Dmytro Medvedev, once again lamented over the supply of heavy weapons and strike systems to Ukraine. In response, he traditionally began to threaten nuclear war.

As Medvedev wrote in Telegram, the issue of supplying Ukraine with heavy weapons and strike systems will be discussed tomorrow at the Ramstein base. The scandalous politician is outraged by the intensity of the discussion of aid to Ukraine.

However, he has his own “elementary conclusion” for politicians who help Ukraine. “The loss of a nuclear state in a conventional war can provoke the start of a nuclear war. Nuclear states have not lost major conflicts on which their fate depends. After all, this should be obvious to any person. Even a Western politician who has preserved at least some traces of intelligence,” he said hysterical Medvedev.

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Ukraine begins to receive offensive weapons

Aid to Ukraine reached a new level. From now on, partners and allies will transfer offensive weapons to Ukrainian soldiers. The process was launched by the USA, announcing the largest package of military aid for Ukraine in the amount of about 3 billion dollars, where, among other things, Bradley armored personnel carriers entered for the first time. Stryker armored vehicles may be included in the next US aid package

Discussions are ongoing between Poland, France and Germany regarding the supply of Leopard tanks to Ukraine. Since before that, Chancellor of Germany Olaf Scholz claimed that Berlin “will not go at it alone.”

At the same time, Britain is preparing to transfer Challenger 2 heavy tanks – the main battle tanks of the British Army – to Ukraine.

The partners also strengthened Ukraine’s air defense. Germany has promised another battery of Patriot anti-missile systems, and Canada is preparing to purchase additional NASAMS systems for Ukraine.

On January 20, the next defense meeting will be held in the Ramstein format, as a result of which Ukraine expects, in particular, more tanks from the West.

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