Following the Kremlin’s repeated mention of the possibility of using nuclear weapons in the context of its war against Ukraine, former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev clarified. Defender Four scenes that bring his country to such an end.
In an interview on Saturday In the British newspaper DefenderDmitry Medvedev, President of the Russian Federation between 2008 and 2012, cited scenes that justify his country’s use of nuclear weapons. The announcements of someone who knows them as the Vice President of the Security Council of Russia are almost certain. In fact, since before this, the Kremlin has multiplied the alarms of this highly sensitive matter since entering the war against Ukraine.
So, on February 27, Vladimir Putin called for a military order to raise the level of its nuclear weapons alert, and last Tuesday, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov created a confusing suspense in his promise that his country could be used. Bomb if there is a “threat to existence” against it.
Medvedev recalled the “basics”
Dmitry Medvedev, Russia’s deputy chairman of the Security Council and former head of the Confederation, has repeatedly mentioned the possibility of the Moscow regime using its nuclear weapons since its invasion of Ukraine. Defender The structure that leads to crossing this point of irreversibility.
“We have a specific document on the prevention of nuclear weapons, which clearly indicates the sites on which the Russian Federation can legally use its nuclear weapons.
“The first case is the attack on Russia by a nuclear missile, the second is the use of another nuclear weapon against Russia or its allies, the third is an attack on the main infrastructure that disables our defense forces, and the fourth is an aggression against Russia and its allies without the use of nuclear weapons, that is, without the use of conventional weapons. It threatens the very existence of the country, “he said.
What Medvedev did not say
Fortunately, as Michael McFall, a former U.S. ambassador to Russia and now a professor of political science at Stanford University in the US, noted on Twitter, none of the traits that make up this terrifying film are on the agenda. The expert argued that none of these scenarios would arise, even analyzing the dangerous circumstances that led to the Russian nuclear attack.
“It should be noted that Medvedev did not quote the situation of NATO providing warplanes to Ukraine, nor did he say that” if Russia begins to lose on the battlefield, we will use nuclear weapons. “
As a way for the former diplomat to suggest that there are still some ways for the Atlantic Alliance.
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