Serhat TUNAR -TDO- UK chief of staff Nick Carter claimed the economic crisis caused by the Coronavirus outbreak and the current uncertainty around the world increased the risk of a third World War coming out.
Carter, who made statements on the day of remembrance of British Army soldiers who lost their lives, stressed that there are regional tensions in many parts of the world, and mistakes have been made in a legal sense to solve these problems.
Nick Carter said in his speech: "at the moment, the world is concerned and we are living in an uncertain course. The global competition is quite high and the risk we have is quite large. In addition, increasing blood pressure every day also sets the stage for us to make miscalculations and plans. This also increases the risk of a new World War. We need to be aware of these risks."
Carter added: "I appeal to those who can repeat the mistakes that have been made in the past. Remember the people who died in previous wars. The biggest risk we face at the moment is that people think it is reasonable to engage in a new war. Remember the past. Going to war has a process, a rhythm. In the previous century, blood pressure increased, and this caused some miscalculations, and eventually War broke out. I hope that we will never face such a situation again."