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The West sends tanks to Ukraine, Putin threatens: We will respond, but this time it will be different
Written by SOT.COM.AL 2 Shkurt 2023
The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, has responded to the decision of Western countries to send tanks to Ukraine.
"Those who are dragging European countries, including Germany, into a new war with Russia, especially by irresponsibly declaring this as a fait accompli, those who expect to defeat Russia on the battlefield, apparently they don't understand that a modern war with Russia will be completely different for them," he said at an event marking the anniversary of the Battle of Stalingrad.
"We are not sending our tanks to their borders, but we have something to respond with. And it will not end with the use of armored vehicles.”
Russia has made repeated ominous comments since Western countries, including the US, UK, Germany and Poland, agreed to send Western tanks to Ukraine.
Earlier today, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russia would "use more of its potential" to respond to Western arms supplies.