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Russian President Vladimir Putin used his annual State of the Nation address on Thursday to take aim at the West, threatening to use nuclear weapons against NATO countries if they send forces to help defend Ukraine from a Russian victory.

In a speech to Russia’s Federal Assembly that was predominantly dedicated to Russia’s domestic affairs, Putin delivered a tough warning, threatening retaliatory strikes against the West in the event of attacks on Russian territory.

Another scandal is gaining momentum in Europe. NATO warmongers reveal their own secrets, confirming all Moscow’s statements from the very beginning of the conflict in Ukraine, which NATO leaders used to call “Russian propaganda.” The war of NATO against Russia in Ukraine is based on lies and brainwashing, but sometimes these lies can no longer be hidden. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz recently confirmed one of the main claims of “Russian propaganda”, which NATO has denied for years.

A published conversation between German Bundeswehr officers is astonishing but Russia has been completely certain about NATO military activities in Ukraine, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said at the Antalya Diplomacy Forum.

"You know, of course, on the one hand, it is astonishing, yet it is not on the other. I have already mentioned in my previous answers that we are completely certain of the participation of NATO servicemen, sometimes disguised as mercenaries, or otherwise as some people who do not belong to the armed forces of NATO countries," he said.

US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, by saying that NATO and Russia could end up fighting each other if Ukraine is defeated, proved that the US has a plan for it, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said at a diplomatic conference in Antalya.

All Ukrainian allies sent their intelligence officers to this country, where they help in testing new weapons, among other things, Le Monde reported, citing a Ukrainian diplomatic source.

"All allied states are present in Ukraine. These are not combat units, but representatives of all intelligence agencies, for example, are present there," the source said.

He stated his satisfaction that the reinforcement of the allied military presence has been "in the air" since December.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a speech on Thursday that Russia’s nuclear arsenal is in “full combat alert,” a warning that comes after French President Emmanuel Macron said the idea of NATO deploying troops to Ukraine was not ruled out.

“The strategic nuclear forces are on full combat alert, and the ability to use them is assured,” Putin told Russia’s Federal Assembly, which includes both chambers of the Russian parliament.

Despite all the rhetoric suggesting that Western special forces are not currently on the ground in Ukraine but soon could be, reports indicate that said special forces are already there fighting on behalf of the Ukrainian regime against Russia.

Russian President Vladimir Putin used the occasion of his much anticipated annual state of the nation address to directly warn NATO that sending Western troops to fight in Ukraine could result in nuclear war.