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Horrifying Russian map reveals where Putin will send missiles as WW3 fears soar | World | News


Horrifying Russian map reveals where Putin will send missiles as WW3 fears soar | World | News


Vladimir Putin could send long-range missiles to multiple allies, according to a terrifying new map produced by Russian state media. Russian state TV host Olga Skabeyeva said the country could send even “better quality”, domestically produced missiles to countries willing to help the fight against its “enemies”.

Skabeyeva said: “[Moscow could] start supplying the same high-precision, long-range missiles, except they’ll be of better quality, since they’re Russian, to those nations that are ready to strike our enemies.”

The shocking clip was posted to social media platform X and translated by the Russian Media Monitor project run by journalist Julia Davis.

Davis wrote: “Meanwhile in Russia: hosts and pundits on Russian state TV praised Putin for his threats against the West and claimed that there are billions of people who would love to be able to strike the United States with Russian weapons.”

Skabeyeva then singled out specific countries, pinpointing the Houthi rebels in Yemen as a potential recipient of Russian missiles. She also mentioned Venezuela, Cuba, and North Korea.

State media host Evgeny Popov reiterated: “We were thinking about where our missiles could go, into which friendly jurisdictions.”

This comes after NATO countries sent military aid to Ukraine in the form of long range-missiles and authorised some strikes within Russian territory.

Last month, Joe Biden removed the rule that prevented Ukraine from using US-donated weapons in strikes on Russian territory, which was previously grounds to halt furhter aid.

Putin responded: “If they consider it possible to deliver such weapons to the combat zone to launch strikes on our territory and create problems for us, why don’t we have the right to supply weapons of the same type to some regions of the world where they can be used to launch strikes on sensitive facilities of the countries that do it to Russia?”

Dmitry Medvedev, former Russian President and current Deputy Chairman of Russia‘s security council, also fired back at the West in comments reported by state-run news agency TASS.

He said: “Now let the US and its allies feel the direct impact of the use of Russian weapons by third parties. This could be anyone who considers ‘Yankeeland’ as their enemy, regardless of their political beliefs or international recognition.”

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