Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned that NATO intervention in Ukraine would increase the threat of nuclear war.
“We do not consider that we are at war with NATO,” Lavrov said in an interview with Al-Arabia on the 29th (local time), arguing that a conflict between Russia and NATO would increase the risk of a nuclear war.
It was explained that Russia does not yet regard NATO as a war partner despite the military support of Ukraine from the United States and NATO allies.
“Unfortunately, NATO seems to consider it to be at war with Russia,” he said. pointed out
In an interview with Xinhua News Agency on the 30th, Lavrov demanded that the U.S. and NATO stop supplying weapons and ammunition to Ukraine if they truly want to resolve the Ukraine crisis. He also emphasized that Russia’s ‘special military operation’ in Ukraine, which began on February 24, is proceeding thoroughly as planned.