May 19, 2022

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Zhelensky called on the world to “prepare” for a possible Russian nuclear attack

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky called on the world on Saturday “Ready” In an interview with several Ukrainian media outlets, he said Russia has the potential to use its nuclear weapons.

“We must not wait until Russia decides to use nuclear weapons. We have to be prepared for this. ”He interviewed six Ukrainian news sites, as well as the telegram in the interview with the Ukrainian president.

It is necessary “Drugs (against radiation), airstrikes camps”he said. “We have to talk to them, we have to sign agreements, we have to destroy the economy. (The Russians) can use any weapon, I firmly believe.

On Friday, Volodymyr Zelensky had already ruled “All over the world” Should be “Anxiety” Russian President Vladimir Putin, cornered by military setbacks in Ukraine, may seek a tactical nuclear weapon. “I think not only I, but the whole world and all nations should be concerned.”He told the American channel CNN.

He echoed the announcements of this effect by William Burns, the head of US foreign intelligence, who had assessed the day before that it was not necessary. “Take it easy” Such a threat.

“We do not really see any definite signs of deployments or military action that could aggravate our concerns.”However, he qualified as head of the CIA.

Following the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, the Kremlin briefly noted that it was keeping a close eye on its nuclear forces.

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Only if Moscow uses nuclear weapons in Ukraine “Threat to Existence” Against Russia, the Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told CNN without further details.

According to the most respected bulletin of nuclear scientists, Russia is fitted “1588 Russian nuclear weapons used”Including 812 on land-based missiles, 576 on submarines and 200 on bombers.