Dmitry Medvedev, the Deputy Head of the Russian Security Council and former Russian President, has issued a strong warning against Israel's potential ground operation in Gaza.
According to TRT World, he stated that such an operation would lead to "the most serious bloody consequences."
Under U.S. Pressure
Medvedev noted that Israel has been delaying its ground operation in Gaza, primarily due to pressure from the United States and fear of global backlash.
He emphasized that despite these delays, the operation is likely to take place eventually, with severe repercussions.
According to Medvedev, the West has shifted its attention from Ukraine to Israel.
He mentioned that even the new Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives prioritized assistance to Tel Aviv.
Medvedev also touched upon the UN Security Council resolution 242, which calls for lasting peace in the Middle East. He indicated that the resolution's implementation is crucial for stability in the region.