The deputy head of the Russian Security Council is raving about the third world war.
Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev reiterated that the threat of Russia clashing with NATO and starting World War III has not been so real since the Caribbean crisis of 1962.
He wrote about this on Telegram, reports Censor.net.
"Never, starting with the Caribbean crisis, has the threat of a direct clash between Russia and NATO with the transition to World War III been so real," Medvedev claimed.
He called US President Biden's desire to help Ukrainians resist Russian aggression "blackmail" in order to "continue the business of war at any cost."
At that, Medvedev believes that the Biden administration will receive money from US lawmakers to support Ukraine - "not now, but in the new year".