Medvedev Says Nukes Can Be Used to Defend New Russian Territories, Warns Hypersonic Missiles Can Hit The EU And USChris Menahan
Sep. 22, 2022
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Former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev said Thursday that strategic nuclear weapons can be used to defend "the Donbass republics and other territories accepted into Russia" and warned the "retired idiots with general's stripes" at NATO that hypersonic missiles can "reach targets in Europe and in the United States."
From Pravda, 'Dmitry Medvedev: 'Hypersonic arms will reach targets in US and EU faster' ":
Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, warned that "hypersound" (hypersonic weapons — ed.) could quickly reach targets both in the US and Europe. In his opinion, all residents of the NATO states should listen to Russia to understand that Russia has chosen its own path."Some senior officials from NATO members have made remarks that it can be possible and acceptable to use weapons of mass destruction against Russia, that is nuclear weapons," Russian President Vladimir Putin said during his speech broadcast on Wednesday.
"I'd like to remind those who make those statements: our country also has various high-impact weapons, in some ways more powerful than those of NATO countries and in case of a threat against our country's territorial integrity, we will certainly use all means at our disposal to protect Russia and our people," Putin said. "This is not a bluff."
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