Putin pronounces the deployment of Russian nuclear weapons on Belarusian territory from July 7


He has said that he’ll converse along with his Belarusian counterpart, Alexander Lukasheko, “nose to nose” on safety issues. On March 25, Putin introduced that, following the request of Belarus, he would deploy tactical nuclear weapons within the nation

Russian President Vladimir Putin introduced this Friday the deployment of nuclear weapons in Belarusian territory as of July 7 as a part of the invasion of Ukraine.

“Everything goes in line with plan. On July 7 and eight, the services will likely be ready for this deployment. Then we’ll implement measures to acquire various kinds of weapons. Everything is deliberate,” Putin asserted.

Thus, he has said that he’ll converse along with his Belarusian counterpart, Alexander Lukasheko, “nose to nose” on safety issues. “In common, the scenario is stabilized, I’d say that it’s even good. I’ve confidence in it,” he mentioned.

On March 25, Putin introduced that, following the request of Belarus, he would deploy tactical nuclear weapons within the nation following “the instance of the United States and its allies.” In addition, he indicated {that a} storage facility for nuclear weapons on Belarusian soil could be prepared by July 1.

Moscow has already despatched an ‘Iskander’ missile system, which might carry nuclear warheads, and has despatched gear to Belarus to utilize particular ammunition.

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