Russia threatens the West with World War III

The United States and its allies will hold a conference on Tuesday to send more weapons to Ukraine to fight Russia. Ahead of the conference, Russia warned Western nations, including the United States, of the “real” threat of World War III. The news agency AFP reported this news.

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Russia has been cooperating with Ukraine in various ways since the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine. Russia has repeatedly sent weapons to Ukraine to counter resistance. But Western nations are not taking part in a direct war against nuclear-armed Russia for fear of escalating tensions.

Speaking to representatives of Russian news agencies, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned of “grave risks of World War III” and criticized Kiev for disrupting peace talks. “There’s a real risk, you can’t underestimate it,” Lavrov said.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said that the supply of Western weapons to Ukraine means that the NATO alliance is in a sense at war with Russia. “War means war,” Lavrov said in an interview on Monday. In a sense, the Western military alliance, NATO, is at war with Russia. They are waging a shadow war and providing weapons. ‘

Sergei Lavrov added: “The risk of nuclear conflict is considerable. However, Moscow wants to avoid the risk of such conflicts arising artificially. I don’t want to artificially increase that risk. But many will want it. “The danger is serious, real and we should not underestimate it,” he said of the risk of nuclear conflict.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has been appealing to Western nations for heavy weapons, including cannons and warplanes. He argues that his troops will be able to change the course of the war if they get more weapons. In this context, 40 Western nations are meeting in Germany today at the initiative of the United States to discuss sending more weapons to Ukraine.

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