Putin ally warns nuclear threat ‘certainly not a bluff’ amid fears of annexation within DAYS

One of Vladimir Putin’s attack dogs has been rattling the nuclear sabre once again as he declared that his master is not bluffing, even as the Russian strongman prepares to announce the annexation of Ukrainian territories.

Dmitri Medvedev, a former Russian president, said in a now customary rant on the Telegram messaging app that Russia has the right to use nuclear weapons ‘if the use of conventional weapons threatens the very existence of our state.’

‘And it is certainly not a bluff,’ he added. 

The ominous threat comes as the British Ministry of Defence assessed as a ‘realistic possibility’ that Putin might announce the annexation of sovereign Ukrainian regions on Friday Sept 30 after the occupiers held sham referenda there.

Referenda held in the regions of Russia-controlled Luhansk, Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson are due to conclude today, with it assumed that the democratic charade will result in the regions ‘voting’ to join Russia.

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