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Unpredictable Putin: Fears Russian President Could Use Nuclear Weapons to Spark WWIII Continue to Rise

Yulia Navaly Warns Putin Could Use Nuclear Weapons: Report
Source: Mega

Putin could use nuclear weapons to keep the world in fear, Yulia Navalny says.

Apr. 25 2024, Published 11:04 a.m. ET

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The grieving widow of Alexei Navalny has issued a stark warning, suggesting that Russian President Vladimir Putin may resort to using nuclear weapons.

Yulia Navalnaya highlighted Putin's unpredictability, stating that he aims to maintain control through instilling fear in people.

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Navalnaya cautioned that the West should not disregard the possibility of Putin using nuclear weapons in the future, stating, "We don't know what to expect from him. He probably would do it,” The Sun reported.

Drawing a parallel to Putin's invasion of Ukraine, Navalnaya emphasized that just as she hadn't anticipated Putin's attack on Ukraine, the use of nuclear weapons couldn't be ruled out. She asserted, "But he decided to do it. He is terrorizing people, keeping them in fear. Nobody knows what Putin is going to do next."

Navalnaya expressed uncertainty about Putin's strategic direction, though she hinted at recent espionage scandals and arrests in Europe, suggesting that Putin has been subtly waging war on the continent for years.

She stated, "Putin did not just start, he has been doing this all along. He starts wars, he kills his opponents. I always assumed that there were many Russian spies in Europe: Russian spies, that’s obvious."

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Earlier this month, it was disclosed that Russian secret agents were expelled from the NATO HQ in Brussels, Belgium, after their deception was exposed.

Furthermore, five suspected Russian spies, Bulgarian nationals Orlin Roussev, Bizer Dzhambazov, Katrin Ivanova, Ivan Stoyanov, and Vanya Gaberova, are currently awaiting trial in the UK accused of espionage.

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Reiterating her determination to topple Putin's regime, the widow urged the West to support her fight. Since the death of her husband, Navalnaya has been rallying supporters to protest against the dictator.

Although finding a solution to the war against Ukraine seems challenging, Navalnaya expressed hope for reconciliation. She also emphasized that Russia is not synonymous with Putin, and the country is filled with anti-Putin activists who need support from the West.


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