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Russia can ‘destroy NATO countries in half an hour’, claims close Putin crony in charge of rockets 

Russia can ‘destroy NATO countries in half an hour,’ claims Putin’s close crony in charge of Kremlin rockets

  • Dmitry Rogozin said that NATO countries would be destroyed in 30 minutes in a war
  • Kremlin space agency chief says Russia wants to eliminate Ukraine
  • He also stated that Putin’s goal is to defeat Russia’s enemy: the West.

One of Vladimir Putin’s closest cronies claims that Russia could destroy all NATO countries “in half an hour.”

Dmitry Rogozin, head of the Kremlin’s space agency Roscosmos, also admitted that the strongman’s goal is to defeat the “enemy” West and wipe Ukraine off the map.

“NATO is waging war against us,” said the former deputy prime minister of the 30-state Western military alliance.

Russia can destroy NATO countries in half an hour claims

Dmitry Rogozin, head of the Kremlin’s space agency Roscosmos, also admitted that the strongman’s goal is to defeat the “enemy” West and wipe Ukraine off the map.

He hinted that Putin would put Russia on a war footing amid speculation that a massive mobilization is on the cards to bolster his war effort.

He hinted that Putin would put Russia on a war footing amid speculation that a massive mobilization is on the cards to bolster his war effort.

They didn’t announce it, but that doesn’t change anything.

Now it is obvious to everyone.

The 58-year-old diehard said: “In a nuclear war, NATO countries will be destroyed by us in half an hour.

‘But we must not allow it, because the consequences of the exchange of nuclear attacks will affect the state of our Earth.

“So we will have to defeat this economically and militarily more powerful enemy with conventional armed means.”

He hinted that Putin would put Russia on a war footing amid speculation that a mass mobilization is on the cards to bolster his war effort.

“Such a victory is possible with the full solidarity of the whole country with the army, the mobilization of the state economy.”

The industry must immediately be forced to serve military objectives, he said.

“This must be done immediately and quickly,” he said.

Rogozin's blast against the West and Ukraine came after he highlighted that British YouTuber Benjamin Rich was detained at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

Rogozin’s blast against the West and Ukraine came after he highlighted that British YouTuber Benjamin Rich was detained at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

Rich was with his Belarusian girlfriend Alina Zelupa at the Russian spaceport

Rich was with his Belarusian girlfriend Alina Zelupa at the Russian spaceport

Using a word Putin has banned in relation to Ukraine, ‘war,’ he said: ‘This is a war for the truth, and Russia’s right to exist as a single, independent state.’

He insisted: ‘The very existence of a Ukraine separate from Russia will inevitably make it anti-Russian and a Western springboard for aggression against our people.

“That is why what we call a Special Military Operation goes far beyond its original meaning and geography.”

He did not say what other territory Putin was looking at beyond Ukraine.

But he claimed that NATO was engaged in a proxy war using Ukrainian soldiers to fight without endangering its own forces.

“Ukraine’s armed forces are expendable cannon fodder for NATO,” he said.

‘They are just operators trained by NATO instructors who push the levers and buttons on NATO weapons.’

But he also contradicted Putin by saying “we are not fighting Nazis in Ukraine.”

He said: “We are freeing Ukraine from NATO occupation and driving the worst enemy away from our western borders.”

Rogozin’s blast against the West and Ukraine came after he highlighted that British YouTuber Benjamin Rich, who has more than 3.5 million subscribers, was detained at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, implying he may have been spying. .

Rich was with his Belarusian girlfriend Alina Zelupa.

Rogozin misrepresented his family name to give it a crude meaning and claimed that the scope of his illegal activities was being established.

“Basically, the Russian police interrogated me for a few hours for going to see the Buran rocket without the special permit and gave me a £60 administrative fine, just like hundreds of foreign adventurers before me.”

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