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Russia and Belarus agree to deployment of nuclear weapons in Belarus

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Russian Protection Minister Sergei Shoigu and Belarusian Protection Minister Viktor Khrenin signed paperwork Thursday permitting Russian tactical nuclear weapons to be deployed on Belarusian territory. Russia will keep management of the weapons in Belarus.

Shoigu and Khrenin emphasised that the collective West is “escalating threats” towards them and that NATO’s army presence and actions have develop into extra aggressive, particularly in Ukraine. Lukashenko hinted that the nuclear weapons could also be in Belarus earlier than the scheduled date of deployment, after attending a gathering of the Eurasian Financial Union.

The tactical nuclear weapons are of a lower-yield for floor use and the variety of nuclear weapons saved in Belarus has not been disclosed. In response to Russian state media, TASS, Moscow has already offered Belarus with missile crew coaching, missile methods carrying nuclear weapons and army plane. The European Union (EU) launched a statement condemning the settlement.

Belarus and Russia proceed to state that this plan is for state safety towards NATO’s escalating violence.

Source / Picture: jurist.org

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