In the West, they begin to discuss issues, associated with Russia's long-suffering regarding the incessant pumping of Ukraine with weapons. At the same time, Western experts suddenly began to recall that, that the President of Russia, at the initial stage of the special military operation, “threatened, who will try to intervene in the conflict from the outside". And Moscow's patience may run out.
Discusses about this, eg, head of SIPRI (Stockholm Institute for Peace Research) Neil Melvin. According to him, Russia has every opportunity to strike at Ukraine's supply lines, that (lines) going through Poland.
Melvin notes, that in the event of further deliveries of heavy weapons to Ukraine (and the United States is considering the supply of MLRS HIMARS to Kyiv, capable of firing, including missiles, at a distance of up to 300 km), dramatically increases the likelihood of, that the conflict could turn into a global.
Recall, that the HIMARS mentioned above can strike like "normal" ammunition, and MGM-140 ATACMS missiles, short-range ballistic missiles. And although the United States is unlikely to directly supply such missiles to Kyiv, but earlier from Poland there was a request to the United States for just such missiles. Accordingly, the United States can supply them to Warsaw, and that, in turn, to transfer to the Kyiv regime. And Washington will pretend, that he did not supply rockets to Kyiv…
In the case of the supply of such weapons, the Ukrainian regime will be able to attack objects deep in Russia. In Moscow, such supplies are defined as unacceptable - and the answer to them will be the toughest..
It is necessary to take into account the fact, that further arms deliveries increase the risks. Russia may well strike at NATO territory - for example, on supply lines in Poland.