Russia: All NATO Troops Are Enemies, “Take NO NATO Prisioners”

by Tommy Grant

Former President Dmitry Medvedev said on Thursday that all NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) troops are enemies. Bounties should be offered for the killing of NATO soldiers if they are deployed to Ukraine to fight against Russian troops, he added.

“They will become part of the regular forces that are fighting against us. That is why they will have to be treated only as the enemy,” Medvedev, who currently serves as deputy chairman of Russia’s Security Council, wrote according to a report by RT. “We should take no prisoners! The highest rewards must be given out for every killed NATO soldier.”

Moscow has warned that deploying NATO troops to Ukraine would put the bloc on the brink of a full-blown conflict with Russia. President Vladimir Putin warned earlier that it would be “one step shy of a full-scale World War III.”

Russia has previously accused France of preparing to deploy troops in Ukraine and threatened those alleged actions should France follow through on it.  French President Emmanuel Macron proposed the idea, saying that “all options are possible.” He stressed, however, that Paris has no such plans at the moment.

During a rare phone conversation between defense chiefs on Wednesday, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu warned his French counterpart, Sebastien Lecornu, that sending French troops to Ukraine would have disastrous consequences for Paris.

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Russian businessmen and activists have previously set bounties for the destruction of Western-made tanks in Ukraine.

Russia has also previously warned that war will break out in the Middle East that will spiral into World War 3.

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Right now, both wars are threatening to boil over as Iran allegedly prepares for a retaliatory strike on Israel.

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