The continued supply of weapons by NATO countries to Ukraine increases the possibility of transition to a full-fledged nuclear war, said Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev. This was stated by Medvedev in Telegram.
"The thesis that Russia frightens the world with a nuclear conflict is being spread actively everywhere you look today. In the context of the proxy war with Russia launched by the western countries, I want to articulate very clearly once again the things that are so obvious to all intelligent people: The continued supply of weapons by NATO countries to Ukraine, preparing their troops for the use of Western equipment, sending mercenaries, and conducting Allied exercises near our borders increases the possibility of a direct and open conflict between NATO and Russia. Such a conflict always risks turning into a full-fledged nuclear war," Medvedev wrote.
added that it would be a "catastrophic scenario for all".