The Conflict between the United States and Russia is giving a wake to the next world war and if this happens, the world will bear its consequences for centuries. Both the nations are looking in war-ready mode after US blamed Russian President Vladimir Putin of War crimes.
In the latest development, according to The Sun, a leading tabloid published in United Kingdom, has said in its report that the Russian government has ordered all its citizens staying abroad to return home at the earliest.
According to a report by the Daily Star Russia, under Vladimir Putin’s command have tested their nuclear-capable Topol missiles in defiance of the U.S. in the conflict in Syria, as well as with other U.S.-led aggression on the economic front.
Vladimir Putin was accused for war crimes in Syria, and has instructed officials to have relatives and citizens go back home to the “Fatherland” as World War begins. The order has been passed by Russian President Vladimir Putin, it claimed, amid rising tensions over the prospect of a new world war.
Move comes days after Moscow held defence drills for nearly 40 million citizens in apparent preparation for an all-out nuclear war, the report said. Russia, as per the report, has ordered all its officials, their kids and relatives to return to the ‘motherland’ as soon as possible.
Russian politicians and top ranking figures have reportedly received a high-level warning from none other than President Vladimir Putin himself, it was reported.
The reported call to return to the Motherland – which comes after Putin suddenly cancelled a visit to France – applies to all state employees, report quoted Daily Star.
Those who fail to comply with the orders will find the future employment prospects in tatters.
Though, no official reason has been given for the urgent recall of Russian citizens, a top analyst claimed that it could be a hint war is on its way.
Russian political analyst Stanislav Belkovsky said, ”This is all part of the package of measures to prepare elites to some big war.”
Relations between Russia and the US are at their lowest since the Cold War and have soured in recent days after Washington pulled the plug on Syria talks and accused Russia of hacking attacks.