Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev Warns of World War 3 Amid UK Troop Deployment Consideration in Ukraine

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev Warns of World War 3 Amid UK Troop Deployment Consideration in Ukraine

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev Issues a Warning

Dmitry Medvedev, a former Russian President and close ally of the country’s current leader, Vladimir Putin, has issued a stark warning concerning the potential deployment of UK troops in Ukraine.

Medvedev’s warning comes in response to recent statements by British Defence Secretary Grant Shapps, who expressed the possibility of deploying UK troops to provide training for Ukrainian soldiers within Ukraine itself.

A Dire Warning of World War 3

In a statement posted on Telegram, Medvedev did not mince words. He cautioned that if British soldiers were indeed found training Ukrainian forces within Ukraine’s borders, they would be considered legitimate targets by Russian forces and would face ruthless destruction.

This stark message underscores the gravity of the situation and the potential for it to escalate into something as dire as World War 3.

Accusations of Provocation

Medvedev did not shy away from criticizing what he referred to as “leading idiots” in NATO countries, insinuating that their actions were actively pushing the world towards a catastrophic conflict.

He specifically called out the British Minister of Defence for suggesting the transfer of training courses to Ukraine itself, a move perceived by Russia as a provocation.

German Factories and Missile Concerns

Medvedev also raised concerns about German factories producing Taurus missiles, suggesting that if these missiles were supplied to Ukraine, they could become targets.

Moscow’s apprehension stems from the fear that these German-made missiles could potentially pose a threat to Russian territory and disrupt its military supply lines.

UK-Ukraine Training Programs and the Risk of Russian Retaliation

The backdrop to this rising tension includes the fact that more than 20,000 Ukrainian recruits have received training in the UK since the beginning of 2022.

However, NATO members have been cautious about conducting training programs within Ukraine due to the significant risk of personnel being targeted by Russian forces.

The potential deployment of British troops to Ukraine adds another layer of complexity to the ongoing conflict in the region.

As diplomatic efforts continue to address the situation, Medvedev’s warning serves as a stark reminder of the fragile state of international relations and the potential consequences of military actions in Eastern Europe.

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