Russia blasts ‘mere provocation’ as Putin stooges call on Bundestag to nuke tank deal

Furious Kremlin propagandists have called for nuclear strikes on the West in response to an expected decision to supply Ukraine with dozens of advanced tanks.

Russia described the move as ‘just a provocation’ and a provocation. Putin The mouthpiece called for the Bundestag to be destroyed after weeks of bitter rows between Germany and Germany. NATO The Allies finally seemed ready to settle.

Although official confirmation has yet to be made, German and US officials said M1 Abrams tanks and Leopard 2 tanks will soon be deployed to the battlefield, much to Kyiv’s delight.

Volodymyr ZielinskiOfficials hailed the move as a ‘blow to democracy’, as Russia had done before. warned that it would cause ‘global catastrophe’. And extending the war beyond Ukraine’s borders.

Vladimir Solovyov, Putin’s favorite propagandist, derided the tank’s move as a major blow to Putin.

Russia has previously warned that supplying more tanks would ‘leave a lasting mark’ and lead to ‘nothing good’, with Moscow fearing the high-tech equipment could deal a devastating blow to invading forces.

Putin propagandist Yevgeny Sitanovsky, president of the Moscow Institute of the Middle East, told the Waldmann Line channel that nuclear-tipped missiles should be used on the heart of German democracy.

He said: ‘German tanks with crosses on their arms will once again attack Russian troops across Ukraine.

‘I have a natural reaction to it – the Soviet Union bombed Berlin in 1941.

‘And to me this is an indication that the Reichstag, or Bundestag, which now replaces the Reichstag, must no longer stand.

Flat, slightly radioactive, molten earth [will remain in its place].’

Meanwhile, Vladimir Solovyov, Putin’s favorite propagandist, also criticized the tank move, which he clearly sees as a significant blow to Putin, while also proving in Russian eyes that Germany was directly involved in the war. Is.

German soldiers are conducting exercises with the Leopard 2 battle tank that may soon be deployed in Ukraine.

Putin’s propagandist Yevgeny Sitanovsky, president of the Moscow Institute of the Middle East, said nuclear-tipped missiles should be used on the heart of German democracy.

Washington is expected to announce as soon as today that it will send M1 Abrams tanks (pictured).

“It is time to send a clear and decisive message that we now consider Germany to be a direct party to this conflict, which brings back memories of WW2.

‘The appearance of German tanks would certainly mean that we regard German soil, military bases and other locations as legitimate targets.

‘NATO wants to fight this clever way, it pretends it is not fighting.

‘In your dream! In your dreams!

‘And [German defence minister Boris] Pistorius will go down in history as a fool who made Germany a direct disaster zone.

‘And [Chancellor Olaf] Also Scholz, et al [foreign minister Annalena] Birbak

The German people will know what new Nazi leaders they have raised and brought to power. This is my subjective opinion.’

Washington is expected to announce as soon as today that it will send M1 Abrams tanks and Berlin has decided to send Leopard 2 tanks to the Ukraine war effort.

Ukrainian soldiers are seen riding a T-72 Soviet-era tank, widely used in the ongoing conflict, in the Donetsk region on January 20.

The tanks will be purchased under the upcoming Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative package, which provides long-term funding for weapons and equipment purchased from commercial vendors, an official said.

The US announcement is expected to coincide with Germany’s announcement that it will approve Poland’s request to transfer German-made Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine.

By law, Germany must agree to give the tanks to Ukraine, which is not a NATO member.

By agreeing to send the Abrams at an as-yet unspecified time as part of the relief measure, the administration is able to meet Scholes’ demand for an American commitment without immediately sending tanks.

‘A few hundred tanks for our tank crews…. This is what the real fist of democracy is going to be,’ wrote Andriy Yermak, the head of administration of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi, on Telegram.

In response to this tension, Putin has begun a new stealth mobilization for war, even as he continues to deny it.

The Kremlin rejected reports from US officials that a new ‘quiet’ wave of 200,000 recruits was planned.

Yet there is clear evidence of dramatic new recruits to fight and work in military plants producing tanks, missiles and other hardware for its war effort.

German Chancellor Olaf Schulz has decided to send leopards and allow other countries like Poland to do the same, sources said.

The campaign was underway ahead of the expected tank deal, but Moscow could use the ramp-up as justification for mobilization.

A Western source said: ‘It continues without any major announcement, and will escalate.’

One tactic is likely to pressure teenage recruits — who by law must not be sent into combat but only for military training — to sign up faster for the conflict with offers of increased pay.

Separately, new laws would prevent men of military age from leaving countries such as Georgia and Kazakhstan to avoid the draft.

Drivers will have to book slots to go out of the country, making it easier for their authorities to veto overseas transfers.

Thousands of men remain outside Russia, fearing Putin’s move to the front line, where they have suffered devastating losses.

Meanwhile, migrants from Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan – who have obtained Russian passports – are suddenly barred from leaving Russia.

Those attempting to do so have been told they are ‘on the mobilization list’, it was reported.

Drafted soldiers forced to the front line from the Novosibirsk region have pleaded with their wives and sisters to protest to the president and other officials.

In the Omsk region, a large new training center is apparently being built for the thousands of draftees needed for retraining for defense factories.

Instead of two years of training, recruits will be given up to six months of crash courses to make up for labor shortages in plants needed for Putin’s war effort, Reduka reported.

In some areas new recruits, such as Kaluga, are being ordered to show their military registrations – documents they must have by law – so that if ordered to do so If they go, employers can hand them over to the forces.

Zielinski, who turns 45 on Wednesday, pressed Western allies in a late-night video address on Tuesday to provide their latest battle tanks, saying ‘the need is great’.

Germany and the US have so far refrained from providing heavy weapons, wary of support that could give the Kremlin a reason to widen the conflict.

Russia has warned that supplying Ukraine with advanced offensive weapons will escalate the war, with some officials saying its allies are leading the world to ‘global catastrophe’.

Anatoly Antonov, Russia’s ambassador to the US, said on Wednesday that the delivery of battle tanks by the US would be ‘another blatant provocation’.

“It is clear that Washington is deliberately trying to inflict a strategic defeat on us,” Antonov said in remarks posted on the embassy’s Telegram messaging app.

“American tanks will be destroyed by our army in the same way as all other models of NATO equipment are being destroyed,” Antonov said.

Ukraine has for months requested Western tanks that it says it needs to give its forces the firepower and mobility to break through Russian defense lines and retake territory.

The question of whether to supply Ukraine with sufficient numbers of tanks has been a hot topic of debate among Western allies in recent days.

German Chancellor Olaf Schulz stands in front of a Leopard 2 tank in October last year (file photo).

Germany has been critical because the Leopard, which is fielded by about 20 armies worldwide, is seen as the best option for Ukraine because they are widely available and easy to deploy and maintain. .

Although the U.S. Abrams tank is considered less suitable, due to its fuel consumption and maintenance requirements, the U.S. decision to send them to Ukraine could make it easier for Germany — which has created a united front among Ukraine’s allies. Emphasis is on – leopards

Washington is ready to begin a process that would see dozens of M1 Abrams tanks sent to Ukraine, two U.S. officials told Reuters on Tuesday.

Two sources familiar with the matter said German Chancellor Olaf Schulz had decided to send the leopards and allow other countries, such as Poland, to do the same.

Spiegel magazine said that Germany is planning to supply at least one company of Leopard 2A6 tanks, which normally consists of 14 tanks. Some of the other Allies plan to accompany Germany in supplying their Leopards.

In addition, Ukraine fired more than a dozen senior officials in the biggest shakeup of its wartime leadership.

The EU, which offered Ukraine candidate status last June, welcomed the changes.

Among the officials who resigned or were fired were the governors of Kyiv, Sumy, Dnipropetrovsk, Kherson and Zaporizhia regions, the latter three front-line provinces. Kyiv and Sami were the first major battlefields of the war.

Some of the officers who quit were linked to corruption allegations.

Ukraine has a history of corruption and shaky governance, and is under pressure to demonstrate that it is a reliable recipient of billions of dollars in Western aid.

The administration reshuffle comes days after more than 50 top defense officials from Europe and beyond gathered to discuss Ukraine’s combat needs, and battle tanks were a key topic.

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