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Russia-Ukraine War: Blow up Moldova amid growing fears that Vladimir Putin could be the target of the next invasion

London, May 2: Russia has agitated fears that Moldova may follow President Vladimir Putin’s firing line after the blast shook parts of a small country, the Daily Mail reported.

When asked about the risk of a war spilling into neighboring countries after the explosion struck the Transnistoria region, Russian Foreign Minister Sergeĭ Viklov said, “Moldova needs to worry about their future. They tell Nato. Because I’m drawn in. “

Transnistoria is a segregated region in eastern Moldova, with more Ukrainians and Russians than Moldovans. US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi meets Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on an unannounced visit to Kieu.

Tensions arose as British Secretary of Defense Ben Wallace predicted that Putin could use Russia’s Victory Day to announce the intensification of the Ukrainian onslaught and perhaps the opening of a new war theater. increase.

Wallace said progress in Ukraine was far less than expected, and the Russian president could declare a war with the Nazis around the world at the parade on May 9.

Wallace told LBC Radio: “I wouldn’t be surprised … he would probably declare on May Day that” we are at war with the Nazis of the world and need to mobilize the Russian people. “

Analysts expected Putin to be in a position to somehow declare victory on May 9.

But Russia’s progress on the battlefield is not decisive, and he may now try to escalate further.

(The above story was first published on LatestLY at 10:54 pm IST on May 2, 2022. For news and updates on politics, the world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, please visit our website. Please log on to. latestly.com).



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