Nuclear war still on the cards, Moscow warns, as Covid-19 only worsens battle for global dominance | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Nuclear war still on the cards, Moscow warns, as Covid-19 only worsens battle for global dominance

Covid-19 hasn't united the world. On the contrary, it has gravely increased the risk of largescale conflicts, with major players trying to use the crisis to strengthen their hands, Russia's deputy foreign minister has said.
The struggle for international dominance was sharply intensifying even before the pandemic began, Sergey Ryabkov believes, but "unfortunately, the coronavirus couldn't defuse this process, on the contrary, it only amplified and accelerated it."

Ryabkov delivered a report on the future of Russian foreign policy at TASS news agency's HQ in Moscow.

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