Notwithstanding the fact that the United States is getting ready to mark the 22nd anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s close ally Dmitry Medvedev has given a dire warning about the potential for yet another 9/11-like terrorist assault. International communities were shocked when Medvedev made a shocking social media comment suggesting that a nuclear or biological component would be used in such an attack.

Writer Dmitry Medvedev stated on Sunday, “I don’t want to forebode, but [the U.S.] will see that terrorists will launch another 11/09/2001-style attack, but with a nuclear or biological component, at some point.” The chilling message emphasizes the fear of a catastrophic incident that would be similar to the sad events of 9/11 but would also involve the terrifying threat of nuclear or biological weapons.

Medvedev expressed concerns not only about acts of terrorism but also about the potential for a nuclear-armed state’s leader to behave emotionally and decide to use WMD. He drew attention to the growing number of nuclear club members, some of whom might not be constrained by international commitments, which increases the likelihood of such a situation.

The claim creates grave concerns about world security and the possibility of apocalyptic catastrophes that could alter the path of human history. Growing tensions and worries about the present geopolitical environment are reflected in Medvedev’s remarks.

Dmitry Medvedev has already alluded to the potential for conflict with the West. He said earlier this year that Western meddling in Russia’s dispute with its neighbor was bringing the globe closer to globe War III and denounced Western countries for their engagement in Ukraine. He expressed sadness that Moscow’s signals had gone unheeded, suggesting that a different course of action would have prevented the impending threat of a third world war.

In addition, Medvedev expressed disapproval towards U.S. President Joe Biden, speculating that the 80-year-old could “absent-mindedly start World War III.” His comments highlight the risk and uncertainty associated with international relations.

In unrelated news, it has been reported that Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea, has left for Russia to meet with Vladimir Putin. It is anticipated that the summit, which marks Jong Un’s first trip outside in more than four years, will cover topics such as North Korea arming Russia to aid in its ongoing conflict with Ukraine. Further worries about the spread of weapons and its effects on international stability are sparked by this possible arms trade.

The confluence of these events highlights how intricate and serious the current state of world politics is. The warning from Medvedev is a sobering reminder of the necessity for cooperation, diplomacy, and a fresh dedication to global peace and security. As the world observes these developments, there is still hope that responsible leadership and discourse will triumph over violence and disaster.