Russia will keep nuclear weapons:Russia says that these weapons will be put into use in Belarus in the same way that the US has put nuclear bombs into use in NATO countries. Alexander Lukashenko, the leader of Belarus, has said that he would like Russia to also have intercontinental ballistic weapons.
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During the war between Russia and Ukraine, the chance of a nuclear attack is rising. After Russian President Vladimir Putin’s announcement, Belarus made it clear that it also agreed to Russia putting a tactical nuclear bomb on its territory. The most important thing is that Russia will only be able to use this nuclear bomb near NATO countries. This means that these weapons will be stored right on the edges of countries that are part of NATO. By doing this, Russia will get closer to the countries in the west.
Russia will keep nuclear
Boris Gryzlov, the Russian ambassador to Belarus, said on Belarusian state television, “The weapons will be moved to the western border of our union state, which will make it easier to keep people safe.” He also said, “It will be done, even though Europe and the US are making a lot of noise about it.”
Even though Gryzlov didn’t say where the weapons would be put, he did say that Putin’s order was for nuclear weapons to be put in the west of Belarus by July 1. Lithuania and Latvia are to the north of Belarus, and Poland is to the west. These are all countries that are part of NATO. After Russia’s attack on Ukraine, more troops and military gear have been sent to these areas.
Warning about nuclear war
Russia says that these weapons will be put into use in Belarus in the same way that the US has put nuclear bombs into use in NATO countries. Alexander Lukashenko, the leader of Belarus, has said that he would like Russia to also have intercontinental ballistic weapons. He says that putting Russia’s nuclear weapons into use will make his country safer. He has recently said that if Putin loses, a nuclear war could happen.
Putin had asked for
Recently, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia will finish building the storage unit for Tactical Weapons in Belarus by July 1 of this year. He also said that some of the Iskander missile systems that Belarus needs to fire nuclear missiles have already been sent there by Russia.
Since the mid-1990s, this is the first time that Russia has sent its nuclear weapons to a safe country outside of Russia. After the Soviet Union broke up in 1991, Russian weapons were left in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and Kazakhstan, all of which had just become independent. By 1996, the work of getting all of these weapons to Russia was done.
What did the US and Ukraine talk about
After Putin said that he would put nuclear weapons in Belarus, America’s position has also become more important. The US says it is sure that Russia is not thinking about using nuclear weapons. The US Defense Ministry said in a statement, “We see no reason why we shouldn’t change our strategy for our strategically important weapons.” The ministry also said, “We are committed to the defence of the countries in the NATO military alliance.”
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18 countries helped Ukraine in some way
Let us tell you that 18 countries have already offered to help Ukraine since the start of this week. Next year, these countries have promised to give Ukraine at least one million gun shells. This has been agreed upon and signed. Zelensky, who is the president of Ukraine, recently talked to a Japanese newspaper. In this way, he said that Ukraine won’t fight back against Russia in the east of the country until friendly countries send them weapons.