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WWIII Threat: Putin Ally Warns UK, United States Face Nuclear Response if NATO Intervenes in Ukraine

Putin Ally Warns UK of Nuclear Tidal Wave if NATO Deploys Troops
Source: Mega

It could be a nuclear tidal wave if NATO sends troops into Ukraine, sources claim.

May 1 2024, Published 11:01 a.m. ET

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Russia has issued a stark warning to NATO, threatening to unleash a devastating nuclear response against both Britain and the United States if Western troops are deployed in Ukraine, according to a new report.

Dmitry Kiselyov, a prominent figure in Russian media and a close ally of President Vladimir Putin, delivered the ominous message.

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Kiselyov, known for his role as a TV presenter and his leadership within Russia's media landscape, emphasized the dire consequences of NATO intervention in Ukraine.

He cautioned that any attempt by the West to achieve a strategic victory over Russia would trigger catastrophic retaliation, including the deployment of advanced nuclear weapons such as the Satan-2 missile, the Mirror reported.

While French President Emmanuel Macron has suggested that sending troops into Ukraine should not be dismissed, other NATO leaders have shown restraint.

Kiselyov's warning serves as a reminder of the high stakes involved in the conflict and the potential for escalation to a global catastrophe.

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The Satan-2 missile, also known as Sarmat, represents a formidable nuclear arsenal in Russia's possession. With its unparalleled speed and destructive power, it poses a grave threat to enemy targets, according to Putin's claims.

Additionally, the Avangard hypersonic missile system, capable of striking at speeds 27 times the speed of sound, further enhances Russia's offensive capabilities.

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Kiselyov's statements also highlighted the underwater drone Poseidon, which he suggested could be used to inundate Britain with a devastating tsunami carrying radioactive fallout. His remarks underscore the severity of the consequences that could result from any escalation of tensions between Russia and the West.

In addition to his role as a media figure, Kiselyov holds influential positions within Russia's state-controlled media apparatus, further emphasizing the alignment of his message with the Kremlin's agenda.


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