Vladimir Putin has issued a fresh warning to the West about him launching World War 3. The Russian president said he is being pushed to “the point of no return” over starting a nuclear war. It comes as he accused NATO leaders of “extreme recklessness” in attempting to block him from ending Ukraine. He further claimed that any more actions taken by the West could “lead to tragedy”.....CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

Sergei Lavrov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, also warned that the world “will no longer be the same in technological competition.” The pair both addressed the Russian Foreign Ministry, with Putin stating: “We have come unacceptably close to the point of no return.

“Calls to inflict a strategic defeat on Russia, which possesses the largest arsenal of nuclear weapons demonstrate the extreme recklessness of Western politicians. They either do not understand the scale of the threat they are creating – or are simply obsessed with their own sense of impunity and exceptionalism. Both can lead to tragedy.”

The Russian ruler also sought to rewrite history claiming his bid to storm Kyiv in February 2022 was not an attempt to storm the city. These actions were an operation to force Kyiv to peace and negotiations, he said. In fact, his troops were forced by the strength of Ukraine’s resistance.

Putin has threatened to launch World War 3

He claimed Zelensky’s presidential term had expired along with his legitimacy, meaning executive power in Ukraine was usurped and held illegally. However, due to martial law caused by Putin’s own invasion, Zelensky legitimately remains the president. And he vowed that areas he had conquered in Ukraine would remain forever in Russia.

“The residents of Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions, same as Donetsk and Luhansk….joined the Russian Federation – and there cannot be an issue over violating our state integrity,” he said, speaking with a hoarse voice the day after suddenly cancelling a key meeting without giving a reason.

In an address billed as the dictator setting goals for his foreign policy going forward, he vowed to connect Russia to other parts of the world, notably Africa and Latin America – a trend already underway as he finds dictators more amenable to dealing with him than Western leaders.

“The world is changing rapidly,” he said, speaking on the same platform as Russia’s veteran – and recently reappointed – foreign minister Lavrov, 74, but sitting far apart from him.

“It will no longer be the same in global politics, economics, or technological competition. More and more states are striving to strengthen sovereignty, self-sufficiency, national and cultural identity. The countries of the Global South and East are coming to the forefront, and the role of Africa and Latin America is growing.”

Putin, 71, said: “It is on the basis of the new political and economic reality that the contours of a multipolar and multilateral world order are being formed today, and this is an objective process…CONTINUE READING>>

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