Russia warns: ‘Europe will disappear’ if West sends missiles to Ukraine

Russia warns: ‘Europe will disappear’ if West sends missiles to Ukraine

Russia warns: ‘Europe will disappear’ if West sends missiles to Ukraine

Russia warns: ‘Europe will disappear’ if West sends missiles to Ukraine

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  • Russia vows to ‘disappear’ Europe if Western leaders equip Ukraine with nuclear weapons.
  • Viacheslav Volodin warned that such a move would lead to a “nuclear warfare” on the continent.
  • His apocalyptic threat comes after Radoslaw Sikorski, reportedly advocated for the transfer of nuclear weapons to President Zelensky.
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Russia vows to ‘disappear’ Europe if Western leaders equip Ukraine with nuclear weapons.

Viacheslav Volodin, one of Vladimir Putin’s closest political allies, warned that such a move would lead to a “nuclear warfare” on the continent.

His statements should not be taken lightly because he is a prominent figure in Russian politics and one of the first authorities to officially support the war.

His apocalyptic threat comes after Radoslaw Sikorski, Poland’s former foreign minister, reportedly advocated for the transfer of nuclear weapons to President Zelensky to bolster his defense.

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‘With such deputies, the Europeans will face far more significant challenges than they do now (refugees, record inflation, energy crises),’ says the report. On Telegram, State Duma Chairman Volodin retaliated.

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‘Sikorski incites a nuclear war in the heart of Europe. He is unconcerned about the future of Ukraine or Poland.

‘If his recommendations are adopted, these countries, as well as Europe, would vanish.’

‘A psychiatrist must assess him, the mandate must be passed, and he must remain at home under supervision.’

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‘It is precisely because of people like Sikorski that Ukraine must be liberated from Nazi ideology as well as demilitarized, ensuring the country’s non-nuclear status.’

So yet, no Western officials have suggested arming Ukraine with nuclear weapons, and it’s unclear whether Poland intends to do so.

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Mr. Sikorski told Ukrainian television station Espreso that Russian President Vladimir Putin had broken the Budapest Memorandum on Security Assurances of 1994, which promises to protect Ukraine’s territorial integrity.

He said that this breach would justify the West’s supply of nuclear weapons.

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Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Ukraine agreed to hand up all nukes stationed in the country.

 

 

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