Vladimir Putin reportedly warns about striking 'new targets' in interview with Russian state TV

Vladimir Putin has been striking fear since the start of the war in Ukraine. The Russian President has reportedly issued a new threat against several countries.

After several months of threats, Vladimir Putin has gone on the offensive and launched his armies against Ukraine. Despite numerous warnings from NATO, the President seems ready to do anything to win this war.

Moreover, Washington Examinerreports that according to Russian state media TASS, Putin threatened to launch a new threat against countries that help his enemiesin an interview to Rossiya-1 TV channel on Sunday 5 June.

Putin launches a threat

Since 24 February, Russia has been at war with Ukraine. Putin has launched several offensives in the hope of recovering the country. Mariupol, Kyiv, and Kharkiv, the country's major cities are under Russian threat. More than seven million Ukrainians have fled the country and families are separated, according to the BBC.

While Ukraine resists, many countries are showing their solidarity. Some countries like the United States have come to the aid of Ukraine and supplied them with weapons. He seemingly does not like this initiative and now apparently sees these states as his next enemies.

According to Russian state media reports, Putin did not hesitate to threaten these countries in a TV interview, as reported by Washington Examiner. The President of the Russian federation allegedly warned he would strike 'new targets.'

He is ready to 'prolong the conflict'

Putin could go on the offensive and take on new countries if the US offers 'long-range missiles' to Ukraine, according to reports. With Russia and Ukraine unable to find a way out of the war, the Head of State could 'prolong the conflict.' He concluded on the Russian channel, as per Washington Examiner:

If they are supplied, we will draw appropriate conclusions from this and use our own weapons, of which we have enough, in order to strike at those facilities we are not targeting yet.

However, this is not the first time that the Russian government has made threats against countries that help Ukraine. Last April, Sergei Lavrov mentioned a possible Third World War.

This article has been translated from Oh!MyMag FR.

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