Dmitry Medvedev: British soldiers in Ukraine will be legitimate military targets



by SEAD DEDOVIC

Dmitry Medvedev: British soldiers in Ukraine will be legitimate military targets
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Since the beginning of the year, Dmitry Medvedev has made numerous threats against the European Union and NATO. It does not seem to be causing any reactions, however. Ukrainians still have the support of a number of countries in Europe and the US.

In his remarks this time, Medvedev made it clear that there will be a response. In particular, he said that British soldiers who will train Ukrainian soldiers would be legitimate targets for the military. According to the former Russian president, such a reaction by the British could have enormous consequences and even lead to the outbreak of a new world war as a result of these consequences.

There is no doubt that Russia will respond if this type of support for Ukraine continues. There can be even more chaos if this happens. "This will turn their instructors into a legal target for our armed forces," Medvedev wrote on Telegram.

Medvedev has no dilemma about what to do. “Understanding perfectly well that they will be ruthlessly destroyed. And not as mercenaries, but namely as British NATO specialists”. - Medvedev said.

Dmitry Medvedev and Germany

In addition, Medvedev attacked Germany with particular criticism directed towards those who would like Berlin to supply Ukraine with Taurus cruise missiles that could strike Russian territory if launched from Ukraine.

Germans are another country to help Ukrainians. Namely, their goal is to supply Ukraine with Taurus cruise missiles. While they emphasized that this is in accordance with international rights, Medvedev believes that this is nonsense.

If necessary, he will target German factories. "They say it is in accordance with international law. Well, in that case, strikes on the German factories where these missiles are manufactured would also be fully in accordance with international law," Medvedev said.

As for Dmitry, he feels frustrated by the world's reaction and believes that this is causing us to go into World War III as a result. "These morons are actively pushing us towards World War III," Medvedev said

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