Dmitry Medvedev, deputy chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, did not rule out the emergence of a Russian “petition” for a preemptive strike in the event of the transfer of American nuclear weapons to Ukraine. He wrote about it on his Telegram channel.
“Tanks and missiles are being delivered, planes are almost ready to go. You watch, and they will give up their nukes. Not bad for good people. Moreover, Biden may not even remember who he gave his suitcase with codes to,” Medvedev commented on the petition for the deployment of US nuclear weapons in Ukraine.
Earlier, it was reported that a petition had appeared on Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s website calling for the deployment of US nuclear weapons in Ukraine.Medvedev’s post commenting on the petition calling for the deployment of US nuclear weapons in Ukraine
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