Moscow: In the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, the threat of a nuclear attack now looms, because after the warning of Russian President Putin, the Ukrainian President himself also expressed the possibility of a nuclear attack by Russia. Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Zelensky made such a statement, over which Russia is furious. President Zelensky said that before a nuclear attack from Russia, NATO should conduct a preemptive strike (attack the enemy before a potential threat). However, after this statement, the rowdiness increased.
Russia is furious with this statement by the Ukrainian president. Russia said that Zelensky himself invited World War III. However, after the worldwide condemnation of Zelensky’s statement, his adviser must step in and explain what Zelensky’s statement means.
It is important to mention here that in the midst of the ongoing war with Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin warned that he would not hesitate to use nuclear weapons to thwart Ukraine’s attempt to take over. control of the territories occupied by Moscow. However, when asked if there was an increased risk of Russia using nuclear weapons, Zelensky said it was hard to say.
At the same time, amid Zelensky’s statement, the head of the Belarusian State Security Committee and President Alexander Lukashenko said that armed formations were preparing in Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine to seize power in Belarus. Belarus risks being attacked with “tactical nuclear weapons” from Poland. Lukashenko is in talks with Russia to reduce the risk of this attack. It is believed that Russia could deploy nuclear weapons in Belarus.
Ukraine desperately seeks NATO membership
Let’s say that Ukraine is not yet a member of NATO, but it certainly enjoys external support. In the past, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called on the country to immediately join NATO. NATO membership requires the approval of all 30 countries and Ukraine is unlikely to join the organization anytime soon. However, nine NATO member states have appealed for increased military aid to Ukraine.
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FIRST POST: October 07, 2022, 08:05 HST