Putin warns the West about the danger of a ‘point of no return’ towards a Third World War

Putin warns the West about the danger of a ‘point of no return’ towards a Third World War
Putin warns the West about the danger of a ‘point of no return’ towards a Third World War

In a recent statement to Foreign Ministry officials, the Russian president, Vladimir Putinhas issued an alarming warning to West. Putin noted that the “selfishness and hypocrisy” de Western countries have led to a “dangerous turn of events” and have led the world “close to a point of no return”.

The Kremlin leader stated: “Calls to inflict strategic defeat on Russia, which possesses the largest arsenal of nuclear weapons, demonstrate the extreme recklessness of Western politicians.” He added that “either they do not understand the magnitude of the threat they are creating or they are simply obsessed with their own sense of impunity and exceptionalism. Both can lead to tragedy.”

Putin also condemned the plans of western countries to grant loans to Ukraine using interests in Russian assets frozen abroad, calling them theft that will not go unpunished. “Despite all the ruses, the robbery will certainly remain a robbery. And it will not go unpunished,” he said. Furthermore, he warned that “it is now evident to all countries, companies and sovereign wealth funds that their assets and reserves are far from safe, both in the legal and economic sense of the word. Anyone could be next to suffer expropriation by of the United States and the West.

Loan Package

These statements came a day after the leaders of the G7 will agree on a $50 billion loan package to Ukraine, using interests from Russian sovereign assets. Putin insisted that the “Western model” of global security is collapsing and needs to be essentially created anew. He indicated that he is ready to hold talks with everyone, including NATO, stating: “All this requires that we, together with our partners, with all interested countries, and there are many of them, work out our own options for ensuring security in Eurasia , then proposing them for a broader international debate. We live on the same continent. Whatever happens, the geography cannot be changed. We will have to coexist and work together in one way or another.

Regarding the conditions for peace talks with Ukraine, Putin was blunt: “The conditions are very simple. Ukrainian forces must completely withdraw from the provinces of Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia.”

Putin revealed that in March 2022 he was willing to relinquish control of Kherson and Zaporizhzhia in exchange for a land corridor to Crimea, but now consider that Closed topic and not subject to negotiation. He stressed that the rights, freedoms and interests of Russian-speaking citizens in Ukraine must be fully guaranteed and that the new territorial reality must be recognized, including the status of Crimea and the annexed regions as part of the Russian Federation.

The Russian president insisted that Ukraine must be neutral, out of blocks and non-nuclear. He also reiterated the demilitarization goals and denazification of the country, which justified the start of the military campaign in February 2022.

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