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Russia Makes SCARY Promise as Invasion’s Anniversary Looms

What does Vlad have up his sleeve now?

At the onset of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Kremlin seemed to believe that they’d be celebrating in Kyiv within a day, maybe a weekend at the longest.

Now, as the world prepares to mark the one-year anniversary of this “special military operation” turned genocide, Russia is making ominous new threats about where the world’s focus will be when that day arrives.

RUSSIA has warned it will “gain the world’s attention” on the one year anniversary of the Ukraine invasion.

The chilling message comes as Vladimir Putin is feared to be preparing for a new onslaught on Ukraine with up to 500,000 soldiers.

The spooky threat came from on high.

Speaking on Thursday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Moscow plans to overshadow pro-Ukrainian events on the one year anniversary of the invasion on February 24.

Lavrov said Russian diplomats are working on something to make sure events in the West are “not the only ones to gain the world’s attention”.

He didn’t provide any further details.

Russia has consistently suggested that a preemptive nuclear strike against Ukraine was on the table, but it is unclear if the Kremlin is prepared to take that step just yet, as it would invite the international community into the war in a much more pronounced fashion.


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