Russian official issues stark nuclear warning to US: "Chess game" of death

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Dmitry Medvedev is the deputy secretary of Russia's Security Council chaired by President Vladimir Putin. He warned the West that an attempt to push Russia toward collapse would amount to a "chess game with Death" He alleged that some in the West would like to "take advantage of the military conflict in Ukraine"
Published 3 months ago · Washington, United States

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