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Is Putin sending his nuclear train to the border?

A senior defense official told The Times that a demonstration of Putin’s willingness to use nuclear weapons in the Black Sea is more likely than an attack on the ground. Still, it’s “not impossible” that Putin could launch a tactical nuclear weapon in Ukraine. However, this is a big risk for the Kremlin boss, as he could accidentally hit Russian cities near the border with Ukraine.

NATO had earlier warned its member states that Russia’s state-of-the-art nuclear submarine Belgorod had left its base in the White Sea.

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Putin’s repeated threats are causing unrest

For several days, repeated Russian threats to use nuclear weapons have reignited unrest – also against the backdrop of a Russian military that is under increasing pressure. “Its risk is increasing in the context of internal panic and growing military defeats in the Russian Federation,” Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podoliak told “Bild”. Defense Minister Lambrecht warned that the West would be paralyzed by the threat. Foreign Minister Annalena Berbock also expressed concern over Putin’s threat. “We take his words very seriously, anything else will be disregarded,” said Baerbock of the “Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung”. However, one should not allow oneself to be blackmailed.

During the partial gathering, the Kremlin chief said on September 21: “If the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, we will certainly use all the means at our disposal to protect Russia and our people. This is not a trick.”

Along with annexation, Putin also sees Donetsk, Luhansk, Cherson and Zaporizhia as Russian territories. The Russian parliament on Monday approved the internationally rejected annexation. More than 400 deputies voted unanimously to incorporate the regions into the Russian Federation.

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SULTAN MAHMUD
SULTAN MAHMUDhttps://nextpress.news/
Bangladesh Politics, Political Development, Party Politics, International Affiars, Liberation War of Bangladesh, Peace and Conflict & Conflict Resolution, Security Studies.
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