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Russia's previous president has repeated the country's intention to involve atomic weapons in Ukraine, deriding NATO, saying the union wouldn't come to Ukraine's guide assuming that Russia struck.

Dmitry Medvedev, who is currently the top of the Russian Security Chamber, tended to US President Joe Biden, English State head Liz Support and the more extensive NATO partnership on Wire early Tuesday.

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He said these pioneers "continually undermine us with 'alarming results' assuming Russia utilizes atomic weapons" and blamed Bracket for being "completely prepared to start a trade of atomic hits with our nation right away".

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Medvedev said Russia's regulations on the utilization of atomic weapons expect Russia to send them assuming it is struck by atomic weapons itself, or on the other hand on the off chance that the nation is gone after with regular weapons that compromise "the actual presence of our state."