Russia’s Shocking Prediction for 2024 – Korean Peninsula Under Threat
Russia has identified the Korean Peninsula as one of the potential conflict zones for next year.
Reporting on the 28th (local time), the TASS news agency quoted Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov, who stated that the current conflict has connections to other regions. He expanded on this by mentioning that these links are not limited to Africa but extend to Afghanistan and the Korean Peninsula.
He further asserted, “The Americans are openly encouraging separatist tendencies in Taiwan, despite repeated warnings from Beijing that this runs counter to China’s interests.”
In his analysis for the upcoming year, he pinpointed Afghanistan, Taiwan, and the Korean Peninsula as regions where potential conflicts may arise.
As evidence, he cited historical instances such as the U.S. invasion of Iraq, the expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and the worsening of thePalestinian-Israeli conflict zone as examples of actions taken by the “Western aggression” that have often led to the sacrifice of other nations in their pursuit of resolving international crises.
In a situation where the West is obsessed with domination, he added, “No one is immune from its geopolitical intrigues and new crises in 2024,” and “Soon, Western allies will have to accept the realities of a multipolar world, and then all issues will be resolved on the basis of a balance of interests.”
Minister Lavrov criticized Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s lack of “will to peace.”
He stated that there are no ongoing discussions about ceasing hostilities in Ukraine. This aligns with President Zelensky’s decision to ban negotiations with Russian President Vladimir Putin, a measure that remains effective until September 30, 2022.
He called on Ukraine to take action, emphasizing that the initial move towards negotiations between Russia and Ukraine should involve President Zelensky’s revocation of the prohibition on dialogue with Russia.
Minister Lavrov also self-assessed that Russia’s strategy to inflict a strategic defeat on Russia had “completely failed” and “Russia has become significantly stronger this year.”
By. Jun Hyung Kim