Sending weapons to Ukraine could lead to a direct conflict between Russia and NATO, which risks escalating into a nuclear war, said Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev.
“The endless talk of foreign analysts about the NATO war with Russia does not subside. Moreover, the cynicism of Western “talking heads” is becoming more and more frank. They are trying hard to introduce the thesis that Russia is scaring the world with a nuclear conflict,” he wrote.
According to him, Western countries are now waging a “war by proxy”: they are pumping weapons into Ukraine, sending mercenaries and conducting special alliance exercises near Russian borders.
As a result, this can lead to a full-scale confrontation, which carries risks.
"Such a conflict always has the risk of turning into a nuclear war. This would be a catastrophic scenario for everyone. Therefore, you shouldn't lie to yourself and others. You just need to think about the possible consequences of your actions. And don't choke on your own saliva in the paroxysms of Russophobia!" Medvedev concluded.
Ukrainians are fleeing the cities that could be taken by the Russian army. Apartment prices have already dropped by as much as 50 percent in Kharkiv. Housing sales have increased in Odessa as well, even if compared to 2022