Former adviser of Vladimir threatens Britain: London also targeted with missiles

Sergei Markov, a former adviser to Russian President Vladimir Putin, has threatened Britain to intervene in the Ukraine war. Markov said that if Britain’s aggressive attitude continues, London will be the target of missiles. Markov said this on Wednesday. He warned Britain that your cities would be targeted. He said that this morning is not […]
 


Former adviser of Vladimir threatens Britain: London also targeted with missiles

Sergei Markov, a former adviser to Russian President Vladimir Putin, has threatened Britain to intervene in the Ukraine war. Markov said that if Britain’s aggressive attitude continues, London will be the target of missiles. Markov said this on Wednesday. He warned Britain that your cities would be targeted. He said that this morning is not good for everyone. Markov is currently Professor of International Relations at Moscow University. He was once an adviser to Vladimir Putin.

Former adviser of Vladimir threatens Britain: London also targeted with missiles

Sergei Markov said that Vladimir Putin has told you that he is ready to use nuclear weapons against Western countries. This also includes Great Britain. He said this could only happen if Britain continued its aggressive stance against Russia. If British Prime Minister Liz Triss doesn’t stop her plan to wreak havoc on Russia, the people of London should realize they are at risk of nuclear weapons. The warning of Putin’s former adviser is being taken seriously.

Accusing Western countries of supplying Ukraine with massive arms, Markov said the war was being driven by the whims of Joe Biden, former British PM Boris Johnson and current PM Liz Truss. These are the countries that have armed Ukraine and instigated war. Let us tell you that the war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for the last 7 months. Meanwhile, Russia has signaled the progress of the war. Putin on Tuesday announced the deployment of 300,000 troops from a reserve force of 200,000 in Ukraine. It is believed that the attacks on Ukraine from Russia may intensify.

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