US Strike on Russian Targets Would Be ‘Start of World War’ – Medvedev

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Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has declared that any US strike on Russian targets would signify the beginning of a world war. This alarming statement follows comments from Poland, suggesting that Washington is prepared to engage Russian targets should Moscow resort to nuclear force in the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. 

  Medvedev, a prominent figure aligned with President Vladimir Putin, expressed his concerns via social media, focusing on recent statements from Poland and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken. Medvedev’s discontent was particularly directed at Poland’s deputy minister of foreign affairs, Andrzej Szejna, who had earlier indicated that Poland could be vulnerable to Russian aggression after expressing willingness to host NATO nuclear weapons. 

 The Kremlin has also issued a warning, stating it would retaliate against any nuclear threats, emphasizing that the use of US and Western weapons against targets within Russia could trigger a catastrophic global conflict. 

  These developments come amid a backdrop of heightened scrutiny over NATO’s stance and the potential repercussions of the conflict spilling over into a broader confrontation.  


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