Any attempt by Western countries to push Russia towards disintegration will prove to be playing with death
A Russian official accused the US and its allies of being an incentive to break up the country. He cautioned that any such attempt would lead to total destruction.
Russian Security Council deputy secretary Dmitry Medvedev warned the West that any attempt to push Russia to disintegration would prove to be playing with death. The President of the Russian Security Council is President Vladimir Putin himself. Medvdev was the President of Russia from 2008 to 2012. At that time, Putin had to take over as Prime Minister due to the limitation of his tenure.
Western countries consider Medvadev to be more liberal than Putin. However, the way he has commented on various issues over the past months, he appears to be more rigid than other Kremlin officials. His stance is believed to be an attempt to prove more loyal to Putin. Medvdev, in a post posted on his messaging app channel after attending a tribute meeting for former Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev, made reference to the 1991 dissolution of the Soviet Union, alleging that the US and its allies were plotting to divide Russia as well. are.
Medvdev alleged that some people in the West could take advantage of the ongoing military conflict in Ukraine to push the country towards disintegration anew. They will do everything they can to deactivate Russian institutions and undermine effective control over the country, as happened in 1991. He said that there are perverted people who have dirty dreams, who go to sleep with the secret idea of breaking our country and think how to break us and divide us into pieces. Any such attempt would be very dangerous and should not be underestimated.
Such a dreamer overlooks the fact that dismantling nuclear power is always a game of death, deciding when the check-and-tumble will be a day of total destruction for humanity. He wrote at the end of his message that Russian nuclear weapons are the best guarantee for the security of Great Russia. PLC/GT