Russia's Medvedev warns West that nuclear threat 'is not a bluff'
Russia's Nuclear Threat Certainly Not a Bluff, Warns Putin's Ally
Dmitry Medvedev, the secretary of Russia's Security Council chaired by Russian President Vladimir Putin, on Tuesday said that if a threat to Russia raises above a certain limit of danger, we will have to respond without asking anyone's consent and holding long consultations
Medvedev raises spectre of Russian nuclear strike on Ukraine
An ally of President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday outlined the scenario of a nuclear strike on Ukraine, saying that the U.S.-led NATO military alliance would be too scared of a 'nuclear apocalypse' to directly enter the conflict in reponse.
Russia's Nuclear Threat "Certainly Not A Bluff": Ex-President Warns West
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said on Tuesday that Moscow has the right to defend itself with nuclear weapons if it is pushed beyond its limits and that this is "certainly not a bluff".
'Certainly not bluff' Putin ally sends chilling nuclear threat
Vladimir Putin last week ordered Russia's first mobilisation since World War 2 and backed a plan to annex swathes of Ukraine, warning the West he was not bluffing when he said he would be ready to use nuclear weapons to defend his country.
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