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The war in Ukraine entered a new phase with the decisions taken by Putin. While the echoes of the Russian leader’s nuclear warning continued, a flash warning came from NATO.
The eyes and ears of the world have been on the news from Ukraine since February 24.
While the war continues at full speed, the countries led by Turkey are looking for a way to start peace negotiations between the two sides.
However RussiaThe partial mobilization decision of ‘s indicates that the tension in the region will not decrease anytime soon.
INTRODUCING PUTIN FROM NATO
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has warned Vladimir Putin that he would face “serious consequences” if he used nuclear weapons in Ukraine.
According to the news in the British Daily Mail, Stoltenberg underlined that Russia’s use of nuclear weapons is unacceptable and said that it cannot win a nuclear war.
The Secretary General made the following statements in his statement:
“Any use of nuclear weapons is absolutely unacceptable. This completely changes the nature of the conflict and Russia should know that a nuclear war cannot be won.’
While declaring partial mobilization in Russia, Putin reiterated that he could use nuclear weapons in the Ukraine war by saying, “I am not bluffing,” and brought the nuclear danger back to the agenda.
Stating that Putin has repeatedly used the nuclear weapons card, and therefore this is a situation that should be taken seriously, Stoltenberg said, “Therefore, we are sending a clear message that this will have serious consequences for Russia.”
LAVROV ANNOUNCES NUCLEAR CONDITION
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov recently announced to the world under what conditions Moscow will use nuclear weapons.
Lavrov announced that Russia would be ready to use nuclear weapons to defend the annexed Ukrainian territory.
A similar warning came from the Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council (SB), Dmitry Medvedev.
NUCLEAR INTRODUCTORY TO THE WEST
Medvedev also intimidated the West with the words ‘The West and all NATO countries in general must understand that Russia has chosen its own path’.
Medvedev said, ‘Any weapon, including nuclear, can be used to protect the territories annexed to Russia’.