The Kremlin has issued a threat on Sunday afternoon that as yet they have not “used its entire arsenal of possible means of destruction.”
This afternoon the British Defence Secretary Ben Wallace warned that “Russia is a long way from giving up”
Wallace told Time Radio that “No one is underestimating Russia. Russia is a long way from giving up.”
Dmitry Medvedev, deputy chairman of Russia’s Security Council said that Russia are protecting their citizens and are “building a future of world order.”
Read more on Russia-Ukraine war:
Russia’s plot to sabotage a British mile long floating pipeline foiled amid satellite images and an intelligence tip-off
Wallace warns that Moscow are ‘worried’ over the loss of Kherson and is urging ‘caution’ as Russia needs ‘canon fodder’
Politically Moscow will want ‘to take back territories’ but Ukraine will leave ‘no more territory’ in ‘Russian hands’
Medvedev said that Russia alone are fighting NATO and the West an added that the Kremlin are trying to save the lives of its servicemen and civilians “as much as possible.”
Medvedev said, “It is Russia today that is shaping the future world order, and not the states with Britain or dark Kyiv. And this new equal world order will be built.”
The Russian official added, “Russia, for obvious reasons to all reasonable people, has not yet used its entire arsenal of possible means of destruction.
“And it did not strike all possible enemy targets located in settlements. Everything has its time.”
Earlier on Sunday Vladimir Solovyov has called on the Kremlin to prepare for “full scale war in Europe” and suggested Moscow should mobilise a “larger” army.
Speaking on Russian state-controlled television, the Kremlin’s pundit said, “It’s necessary for us to acknowledge that we need a different army.
“By ‘different’, I mean a larger one which is capable of covering the whole length of the front line and waging a full scale war on European territory.”
He added, “Nobody has got rid of our objective – demilitarisation and denazification and neutral status for Ukraine.”