And Russia revealed the secret plan… Intimidation by Medvedev to the West

Creation Date: September 04, 2022 09:41

The eyes of the world have been on the news from Ukraine for months… As the war raged around Kherson, Russian Security Council Vice President Dmitri Medvedev made statements like intimidation.


Russia The war, which started on February 24 with the order of President Putin, continues at full speed.

While the West, especially the USA, continues to provide weapons to Ukraine, a very controversial warning came from Russia.

Dmitry, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia Medvedevaccused the West of trying not to break up Russia.

Medvedev said that trying to dismantle a nuclear power was “always a mortal game of chess” and underlined that it would mean doomsday for humanity.

Medvedev, who made statements on Telegram, used the following statements;

‘These are secret statements that our state will collapse. dream It’s the dirty dreams of Anglo-Saxon perverts who sleep with it, thinking about how it’s going to tear us into little pieces.’



Medvedev stated that if Sweden and Finland became members of NATO in the past period, Moscow would have to take precautions against these threats, implying that Russia could send ships to the region with Iskender missiles, hypersonic weapons and nuclear bombs, and used the following expressions;

‘In a situation where Sweden and Finland are members of NATO, it is not possible to talk about the nuclear-free status of the Baltic region.’


Medvedev also warned that Moscow would attack cities in the west if Ukraine used US-supplied missiles to attack Russia.

The horsemen of the apocalypse are on their way,” said Medvedev, threatening an all-out attack if the missiles sent to Ukraine target Russia.

The United States has announced that it will send advanced missile systems to Ukraine as part of its weapons aid.


Among the weapons to be sent to Ukraine are 4 M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS).

It is stated that this missile system has a range of approximately 70 kilometers and the capacity to hit Russian targets.