Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council, has once again warned of an “apocalypse” because Ukrainian forces are attacking Crimea.
Ukrainian special forces on 24 August conducted a “special operation” in Crimea and Russia suffered heavy “losses.”
Ukrainian intelligence Directorate said that with the assistance of their Naval Forces special forces reached the shore and landed within the vicinity of Olenivka and Maya.
They said, As a result, the enemy suffered personnel losses and enemy hardware was destroyed. Also, the national flag has been again raised in Ukrainian Crimea. All goals and tasks were accomplished.
“After ending the special operation, the Ukrainian defenders left the scene without losses.”
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This has angered the Kremlin regime and Vladimir Putin which has left Medvedev to once again threaten a nuclear attack.
Medvedev said on Telegram, “Ukrainian criminals announced that they received approval for any strikes throughout Russia, ‘for example, [to attack – ed.] Crimea.’
“If this is true (and there is no reason to doubt it now), then this is direct, legally significant evidence of the West’s complicity in the war against Russia on the side of Stepan Bandera’s state [Stepan Bandera was a leader of the Organisation of Ukrainian Nationalists, whom the Russians are afraid of – ed.].
“Sophisticated casus belli, and the opportunity for Russia to act within the jus ad bellum against everyone and everything in the NATO countries.
“Sad, unfortunately. The prophecies of the Apocalypse are getting closer.”
Ukraine is making advances on the frontlines and the counteroffensive operation is proving to be successful and thousands of kilometres of land has been successfully recaptured.
Ukrainian forces have secured the village of Robotyne and have placed the Ukraine flag one a destroyed building which is a frontline area that Russia “cannot afford for any units to rebel and refuse to conduct combat missions.”
Ukrainian forces have said they’ve broken through the most difficult Russian defences on the frontline in the south.
A Ukrainian military leader known as “Skala” said that “we don’t stop here” as his forces have broken through Russian troops in the village of Robotyne.
Skala added, “Next we have (the town of) Berdiansk, and then more. I made it clear to my fighters at once: our goal is not Robotyne, our goal is (the Sea of) Azov.”
On 30 July Medvedev warned that there will be a nuclear strike because Ukraine are making successful gains.
Medvedev said, “Imagine if the.. offensive, which is backed by NATO, was a success and they tore off a part of our land.
“Then we would be forced to use a nuclear weapon according to the rules of a decree from the president of Russia.
“There would simply be no other option. So our enemies should pray for our warriors’ [success]. They are making sure that a global nuclear fire is not ignited.”
He was referring to a part of Russia’s nuclear doctrine which clearly sets out that nuclear weapons can be used in response to any aggression against Russia that threatens their existence.