Merkel urged Western politicians not to consider Putin's words a bluff


Vladimir Putin's words about protecting the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Russia by all available means are indeed not a bluff. So, in particular, considers former German Chancellor Angela Merkel.


According to policy, it is necessary to pay special attention to the statements of the Russian president.

You must take his words seriously. Not dismissing them as bluffs, but taking them seriously is by no means a sign of weakness, but a sign of political wisdom that helps preserve room for maneuver or, just as important, even develop a new one.

- the ex-chancellor of Germany is sure (quote from the newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung).

Earlier, Putin spoke about the nuclear blackmail of Western countries in relation to Russia.

I would like to remind the West that our country also has various means of destruction, and for some components - even more modern than those of the NATO countries. And if the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, we will certainly use all the means at our disposal to protect Russia and our people. It's not a bluff

- the president noted.



Meanwhile, Washington fears that Moscow will use nuclear weapons. American intelligence services are studying all relevant information coming through satellites and tracking aircraft.
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  1. Fizik13 Offline Fizik13
    Fizik13 (Alexey) 28 September 2022 18: 44
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    My daughter speaks the truth, she knows what she is talking about!
  2. Peace Peace. Offline Peace Peace.
    Peace Peace. (Tumar Tumar) 28 September 2022 23: 59
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    Some senator says that any use of nuclear weapons by Russia in Ukraine will be equated with NATO aggression. Ie knits on hands and feet. They will release 3 lyama ukrov in response, we are 2, and the Slavs beat each other, so what happens. Isn't it easier to hit the Anglo-Saxons themselves, come what may. After all, they disagree on the root.