West Inches Closer to Direct Military Intervention in Ukraine —Here’s what you need to know!”
On February 9, 2023, Russian Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov declared that Western arms shipments to the Ukrainian military demonstrates growing involvement of the West in the Russo-Ukrainian conflict.
“We take this as the growing involvement of Britain, Germany, and France in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine,” he said to journalists.
Per Peskov, “the line between indirect and direct involvement is gradually disappearing.”
Peskov noted that the Collective West’s actions not only prolong the conflict but also escalate it, thereby making it “more painful and agonizing for Ukraine.”
The Kremlin spokesman emphasized that the weapons shipments “would neither change the outcome of this conflict, nor alter the trajectory of our country in terms of reaching its objectives set within the framework of the special military operation.”
Peskov particularly singled out France, Germany, and the United Kingdom for their role in prolonging the conflict by constantly supplying aid to Ukraine. These countries have joined the United States in pursuing a proxy war against Russia by cranking up military aid to Ukraine and imposing additional sanctions on Russia.
The Russian government spokesman is correct here. The more the West dials up military aid to Ukraine, the more likely NATO and Russia directly clash, a military scenario that could quickly go nuclear. A cataclysmic geopolitical debacle could be avoided if the US and its satrapies in NATO end their proxy war immediately.