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Defence Secretary warns Vladimir Putin could declare World War Three on ‘Nazis’ across the world in the coming days

by LLB political Reporter
29th Apr 22 12:13 pm

The British Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has issued a grim warning that Vladimir Putin would declare World war Three on “Nazis” across the globe in coming days.

Wallace said that Putin could use “Victory Day” celebrations to declare a new world war in response to his “failure”as Russian forces have failed to meet their objectives.

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Wallace told LBC, “I would not be surprised . . . that he is probably going to declare on May Day that ‘we are now at war with the world’s Nazis and we need to mass mobilise the Russian people’.”

The Defence Secretary said, “Putin, having failed in nearly all objectives, may seek to consolidate what he’s got . . . and just be a sort of cancerous growth within the country.

“We have to help Ukrainians effectively get the limpet off the rock and keep the momentum pushing them back.”

Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergie Lavrov warned that the “danger is serious” of there being a nuclear war as the West are supplying weaponry to Ukraine.

The UK is sending around 8,000 British troops to mainland Europe for exercises, which is the largest deployment since the Cold War.

Wallace said, “The security of Europe has never been more important. These exercises will see our troops join forces with allies and partners across Nato and the Joint Expeditionary Force in a show of solidarity and strength in one of the largest shared deployments since the Cold War.”

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) confirmed that the exercises were already planned, but had been stepped up as a result of the invasion.

Commander Field Army Lieutenant General Ralph Wooddisse said, “The UK makes a significant contribution to the defence of Europe and the deterrence of Russian aggression. The British Army’s series of exercises is fundamental to both.

“The scale of the deployment, coupled with the professionalism, training and agility of the British Army, will deter aggression at a scale not seen in Europe this century.”

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