Russia’s ex-president threatens Poland with nuclear attack and “world war”.

Poland is one of the strongest supporters of Ukraine. Medvedev threatens the country with “radioactive ash”.

Former President of Russia Dmitry Medvedev Poland is after reports by Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorsky Threatened by “radioactive ash”. Dhruv Sikorsky had a British newspaper Guardian There was talk of how the US would react to Russia’s use of nuclear weapons against Ukraine.

“The Americans are telling the Russians, if you detonate a nuclear bomb, even if it doesn’t kill anyone, we will hit all your targets in Ukraine with conventional weapons and we will destroy them all,” Sikorsky said. Poland is one of the strongest supporters of Ukraine.

Medvedev: “That’s what you want”

The US said nothing of the sort “because they were more cautious,” Medvedev wrote Sunday on the social network Vice Chairman of the Russian Security Council.

Polish President Andrzej Duda has called for the stationing of US tactical nuclear weapons in Poland. “Warsaw won’t leave and will definitely get its radioactive ash. Is that what you want?” Duda said in April that Poland was ready to accept NATO nuclear weapons as a counterweight to the deployment of Russian tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus.

During his presidency from 2008 to 2012, Medvedev was seen as Russia’s liberal hope. After the Russian attack on Ukraine, he became one of the biggest hardliners and defended the war through inflammatory posts on social networks.

Sikorsky’s reports point to fall 2022. US media have repeatedly reported that the leadership in Washington had the impression that Moscow might be preparing to use a nuclear bomb on Ukraine. The Kremlin was told at the time that the US would not respond nuclearly, but would respond forcefully in other ways.

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