Putin ‘will go to war’ with NATO if he beats Ukraine – Former CIA warns Europe to wake up

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A former CIA director who is a top US Army general has warned the whole Europe that Russian President, Vladimir Putin‘s threats to invade the Baltics and bring a new war to Europe must be taken seriously.

General David Petraeus, who served nearly four decades in the US military, said the Russian dictator ‘won’t be satisfied to stop with Ukraine‘.

Retired four-star US general Petraeus, who commanded Allied Forces in Iraq, said Ukraine’s allies in the West must do more to help win the war against Putin.

WHAT PUTIN THINKS ABOUT EUROPE AND UKRAINE

This week, Putin warned he will send his allies long-range missiles in response to the West sending Ukraine weapons.

Speaking to The Sun, Petraeus said Putin has been ‘very clear’ about bringing a new war to Europe.

PETRAEUS ECHOES THE WARNING

The world ‘should listen’ to Putin as he ‘tells us what he believes’, the former CIA boss warned.

Petraeus said: ‘The Ukraine war could expand in the region if Putin succeeds in Ukraine.

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WILL RUSSIA STOP WITH UKRAINE?

Petraeus continued, ‘He (Putin) wouldn’t be satisfied to stop with Ukraine. Moldova clearly would be next.

‘After that it might be Lithuania or one of the other Baltic states.

‘He’s been very clear and I think it’s also clear in hindsight that we should listen to this individual. He tells us what he believes.

‘[Putin] has been very clear and I think it’s also clear in hindsight that we should listen to this individual. He tells us what he believes.

‘Russia is generating considerable additional forces, has a population far more than three times that of Ukraine, has ten times the economy and some other advantages.

‘The reality is a difficult one and yet another reason why we should be doing all that we can to help Ukraine in every possible way.’

WHAT EUROPE MUST DO

In order to defeat Putin, the West must do ‘everything humanly possible’ to help Ukraine, Petraeus urged.

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