VIDEO Frosty words of great-granddaughter Nikita Khrushchev: Possible scenario by which Putin plans to win the war in Ukraine –

“Since there are different theories about how far Russia is able to go to win in Ukraine, we need to prepare for almost everything. Nuclear weapons have been part of the talks on both sides – Russia and the West. Their use is therefore possible.” Nina Khrushchev told Newsweek. At the same time, however, she added that her views are not a prediction for the future. “I want to be as honest as possible. I’m not saying this will happen, but in terms of a possible scenario, it’s not unimaginable.” According to the professor, the war in Ukraine is really the one Putin plans to win at any cost. Russia is therefore getting to the point where it needs to declare victory. “Tactical nuclear weapons may have to be used for this purpose. I don’t anticipate that, but it could be one of the options they decide to pursue.” Shortly before Russia launched an invasion of Ukraine, Putin warned Western nations to avoid conflict and said he was putting his nuclear forces on alert. According to the Russian president, any country that enters the war in Ukraine will face consequences “that they have never experienced in their history.” Photo gallery (3) Russian President Vladimir Putin and Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Source: SITA / Alexei Druzhinin, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP Dmitry Medvedev, a former Russian president who currently serves as vice chairman of the Russian Security Council, reported in March on several ways in which Russia could be “authorized” to use its nuclear arsenal even against states that only use conventional weapons.