Putin’s threat: Europe would be reduced to ashes in a nuclear war


Since the outbreak of war between Russia and Ukraine on February 24, the tension between the two sides has grown steadily. More than four months into the conflict, rumors of a possible nuclear war have become scenarios discussed by the presidents of both countries.

russian president Vladimir Poutine threatened NATO and EU countries last Saturday when he received his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko in St. Petersburg.

The Putin-Lukashenko Alliance

The main reason for this meeting was the delivery of short-range missiles, Iskander-M, to the neighboring country of Russia. These missiles are capable of carrying nuclear warheads.

“In the coming months, we will deliver Iskander-M tactical systems to Belarus, which, as you know, can use ballistic and cruise missiles in conventional and nuclear configurations,” said Cheese fries.

The Russian President also stressed the need to ensure the security of all members of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), which includes Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Russia and Belarus.

Putin threatens Europe

Cheese friesThe argument to justify the delivery of these missiles is that the United States is doing the same by flying over the Belarusian border with planes carrying nuclear warheads for six NATO member states.

Moreover, he issued the threat of a nuclear war which is quite terrifying.

“Europe would be reduced to ashes in a nuclear war with Russia”, Cheese fries said, but he also claimed that at the moment there was “no need” for such a decision.

The Russian President urged Lukashenko to modernize its Su-25 aircraft and begin the pilot training process.

Lukashenkoaccording to Russian sources, have requested Russian assistance to “adjust” the planes they have, capable of carrying nuclear warheads.

Meanwhile, NATO leaders are preparing for a summit in Madrid, where they will discuss several important issues against the backdrop of protesters.


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