Russia is spooked by the new mega-package of US military aid, which could total about $2.5 billion. Medvedev: “The loss of a nuclear power in a conventional war can lead to the outbreak of a nuclear war.”
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If Russia loses the war in Ukraine, there will be risk of nuclear conflict because the existence of the country would be threatened, it is the warning issued today by Dmitry Medvedev, former President of Russia and Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation.
Talk about the new possibilities Military aid that the West and NATO countries are preparing for Kyiv and which could cause serious difficulties for Russian forces in the field, Medvedev warned that a Russian defeat was neither conceivable nor desirable even for the United States, as it could lead to a nuclear conflict.
“Tomorrow at the NATO base in Ramstein, major military leaders will discuss new tactics and strategies, as well as the delivery of new heavy weapons and attack systems to Ukraine,” but “the loss of a nuclear power in a conventional war can provoke the outbreak of nuclear war,” the former warned Russian President.
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In fact, NATO allies have promised Kyiv “greater support with heavier and more modern weapons” to counter Russia’s offensives. What scares Russia, however, is certainly the new mega US military aid package it could have total value of around 2.5 billion dollars, according to CNN. This is one of the larger packs that will feature Stryker combat vehicles for the first time.
At the same time, the EU is also ready to discuss new support measures for Ukraine in different forms. This was confirmed. European Council President Charles Michel announced that he was “on his way to Kyiv to see Zelenskyy.
Zelenskyy: “We also want to liberate Crimea”
For his part, Ukrainian President Zelenskyy has called for a faster delivery of arms and has reiterated his intention to retake Russian-held territories, including Crimea, a Ukrainian territory annexed by Russia in 2014. “Our goal is to liberate all our territories: Crimea is our country, territory, sea and mountains. Give us your weapons and we will take back our country,” Zelenskyy said.
As an answer the Russia would consider putting up a small number of newly manufactured T-14 Armata tanks in Ukraine. The latest intelligence report released by the London Ministry of Defense supports this. The confirmation would be some pictures from the end of December 2022, “showing the T-14 in a military training area in southern Russia, in connection with the pre-operational activity at the front.
Meanwhile, Ukraine is investigating the horrific helicopter crash in Brovary, Kyiv region, that killed 14 people, including a child. The number of casualties is 25 wounded, including 11 children and 14 dead. “I would also like to thank the residents of Brovary who helped both the children and the injured. 25 people were injured, including 11 children. 14 people were killed, including a child. My condolences to everyone who lost loved ones,” Zelensky said, explaining that there are multiple theories as to the causes of the tragedy, including pilot error and failure, but Russian sabotage cannot be ruled out.