USA, there is no imminent nuclear threat from Moscow – North America

USA, there is no imminent nuclear threat from Moscow – North America

US President Biden is taking risks “For the first time since the Cuban missile crisis” from nuclear “Armageddon”. Then the president of the White House corrects the pictureWe have no indications that Russia is preparing to use nuclear weapons, but Putin’s rhetoric is irresponsible and risks causing an escalation.

Meanwhile, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky announced that since October 1, more than 500 square kilometers of land and dozens of settlements have been liberated in the Kherson region.: “The day will certainly come – he said – when we will also announce military successes in the Zaporizhzhya region, in those areas that are still controlled by the Russians. The day will come when we will also talk about the liberation of Crimea. This is” an obvious possibility “.

US ‘ready’ to resolve war in Ukraine through diplomacy when Moscow proves ‘seriously prepared’ to go down this path: So Secretary of State Anthony Blinken During a press conference in Lima. The State Department publishes this on its website.

“Once again, we warn the United States and other sponsors of the Kyiv regime against any further interference in the situation as parties to the conflict.” This is the warning from the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov to the Westspeaking at an international forum on environmental policies and sustainable development via video link, TASS reported.

According to Lavrov, Ukraine can use various types of weapons of mass destruction, according to a TASS report. “When we talk about environmental security, of course, we cannot silence the intensification of discussions about the possible use of nuclear weapons, and in particular in this regard (we cannot) ignore the reckless actions of the Kyiv regime, aimed at creating risks of use, “weapons of mass destruction of various kinds,” the minister stressed. “.

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