Medvedev accuses West of playing “chess game with death” by supporting Ukraine / Ex-Russian president again refers to Russia’s nuclear arsenal

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has accused the West of playing a “chess game with death” in favor of Ukraine. Guardian.

In a post on Vkontakte, Russia’s largest social network, Medvedev, who currently serves as deputy chairman of Russia’s Security Council, accused the West of trying to use the conflict to push Russia into “a new round of disintegration.”

“Everything should be done to make Russia’s state institutions no longer work, to deprive the country of effective governance like it was in 1991. As a result, Russia should be removed from the political sphere,” Medvedev said.

“Such efforts are truly dangerous,” he added, because they “ignore a simple principle: the violent disintegration of nuclear power is always a chess match to the death.”

He also described Russia’s nuclear arsenal as “the best guarantee of the security of Greater Russia.”

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