We take Putin’s statements on nuclear weapons seriously and do not see the need to increase strategic deterrence forces

We take Putin’s statements on nuclear weapons seriously and do not see the need to increase strategic deterrence forces
We take Putin’s statements on nuclear weapons seriously and do not see the need to increase strategic deterrence forces

The White House said, “Washington takes Russian President Vladimir Putin’s statements about nuclear weapons seriously, but does not currently need to enhance the alertness of its strategic deterrent forces.”

In the morning, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the partial mobilization of the Russian army. He also noted, “I took the decision to preemptively strike, the aim of which is to liberate the lands in Donbass.”

He pointed out, “We are talking about defending our lands and about Russia, and the West wants to destroy our country,” noting that “Kyiv uses mercenaries and other volunteers led by NATO,” stressing that “the West does not want peace between Russia and Ukraine.” “I asked the Russian government to give legal status to volunteers fighting in the Donbass,” he declared, declaring that “the parliament in Donbass took a decision to hold a referendum and they asked for our support in order to decide the fate of the people and we support this decision,” noting that “we have weapons of mass destruction against Western weapons.”


The article is in Arabic

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