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Will come for Britain, UK sent warning about Putin's terrifying plots

According to Ukraine's former Minister of Infrastructure, RUSSIA would not stop at Ukraine and will come after other nations like "Poland," "France," and "Britain" should Moscow succeed in the conflict. Poland, France, and Britain are just some of the countries that RUSSIA may target.

Volodymyr Omelyan, a former minister for infrastructure in Ukraine, has been fighting on the front line of the country's conflict since the very first day of the conflict. In an interview with, he discussed his views on President Vladimir Putin's intentions to wage war against the West in the event that he is successful in capturing Ukraine as part of Putin's overall goal to become the master of the world.

Mr. Omelyan stated that Moscow, in conjunction with China, aspires to take the leadership role in the West.

He stated that "the true purpose of Russia is evident," and that combined with China, Russia wants to conquer the globe.

He interpreted this to suggest that Russia will not halt its aggression towards the Ukraine but will instead move on to other Western nations, including the UK.

"The West should take this very seriously and stop thinking of Russia as a regular state.... now it is Russia, next it will be China, and then they will come for Poland, and then they will come for France, and then they will come for Britain," the former government official added.

Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the former Secretary-General of NATO, issued a similar warning at an earlier stage in the conflict, stating that "Putin won't stop at Ukraine."

During an interview with the Georgian Service of RFE/RL, Mr. Rasmussen stated that the Russian leader is "obsessed" with reuniting the countries that were formerly part of the Soviet Union.

According to the former official of NATO, when Putin first became President, he had a far more optimistic attitude about collaboration between Russia and the West. However, over time, Putin has steadily altered his view.

He stated, in reference to the despot in Russia, "I think the uprisings in Georgia and Ukraine in 2004 and 2005 led to his change of thinking."

"It is important that we don't forget that Vladimir Putin spent his childhood in the KGB. Therefore, his thinking is significantly influenced by that history. Consequently, I believe that he is affected by paranoia.

"And he believed that following color revolutions in Georgia and Ukraine, the goal [of the West] was to launch a regime transition in the Kremlin - in Moscow - as well. This was his understanding after the events that took place in Georgia and Ukraine. And that is why he became hostile toward Western nations."

Mr. Omelyan has expressed his desire that the "lesson that we all learn together" will be the realization that there is no possibility of future collaboration with Russia.

In the event that this does not occur, he cautioned that "we will always be in problems." He suggested that the West have conversations with specific states in Russia regarding the future relationship of the nation with the rest of the world.

According to Mr. Rasmussen, the Western world will have to make a choice between battling Vladimir Putin now or fighting him later (Image: Getty)

Mr. Rasmussen has stated that he agrees with increasing the level of support and military supplies that the West provides to Ukraine.

He said this is because "we should realize" that it is a decision between "confronting Putin now or having to fight him later because "Putin won't stop in Ukraine." He said this is because "we should realize" that it is a choice between "confronting Putin now or having to fight him later."

The call on "Europeans and NATO" to "reawaken their spirit" and fight for democracy came from Mr. Omelyan.

He made the following statement: "What is happening right now will decide the 21st century as a period of time, so if we don't stop Russia and China, we are all going to be in a lot of danger." It is not simply a problem for Ukraine; it is a problem for all of us.


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