On Tuesday morning Moscow issued another warning to the West over their “growing involvement” in the Ukrainian war.
Last week the West was warned that if they do not stop supporting Ukraine with weaponry then the world could be “days or weeks away” from a horrifying “nuclear apocalypse.”
Over the past two weeks Western commentators have warned that Vladimir Putin will continue his rhetoric of “nuclear blackmail” now the Kremlin has annexed around 15% of Ukrainian territory into the Russian Federation.
Russian state-owned news agency RIA, reported, that the Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov, said, Moscow will take adequate countermeasures in response to the West’s “growing involvement” in supplying weaponry to Ukraine.
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The West has and continues to provide Ukraine with military support throughout and last Week the US announced a further $625 million military aid packaging which includes HIMARS.
Ryabkov said, “We warn and hope that they realise the danger of uncontrolled escalation in Washington and other Western capitals.”
Russia’s ambassador to the United States, Anatoly Antonov, warned by the West interfering sand supplying Ukraine with weapons raises the risk of a wider war.
He warned, “Such assistance, as well as providing Kiev with intelligence, instructors and combat guidelines, leads to further escalation and increased the risks of a clash between Russia and NATO.”
Russian state TV political editor Maxim Yusin warned the West that we are being “sucked into a vortex” of a nuclear war.
Yusin said, “We are all being sucked into a vortex and I cannot see a single realistic scenario of how we can get out.
“People should live their final days or weeks normally. Perhaps that is all we have got left.
“We need to enjoy the time we have got left because it would be a shame to live it with pessimism.”