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Russia will deploy nuclear weapons in Belarus adjacent to Ukraine, said a big thing about America

Pankaj Prasad
Russia deploy nuclear weapons in Belarus
Russia deploy nuclear weapons in Belarus

On Saturday, Putin told Russian state television that Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has been saying for a long time that Russia should keep its nuclear weapons in Belarus as well.

It has been more than a year since the war between Russia and Ukraine started. At the moment its end is not visible. Meanwhile, many times warnings of nuclear attack have also been given from Russia. Now Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken a big step regarding this. Has announced that Russia's nuclear weapons will now be deployed in Belarus adjacent to Ukraine.

Compared to the fact that the United States has kept its nuclear weapons in many places in Europe, his move would not be a violation of nuclear disarmament agreements. However, he also said that Russia will not hand over the control of this weapon to Belarus.

President Alexander Lukashenko has long been saying that Russia should keep its nuclear weapons in Belarus as well. He said, 'There is nothing strange in this. America has been doing this for decades. It has been deploying strategically important weapons on the land of its allies. There is nothing strange in this. America has been doing this for decades. It has been deploying strategically important weapons on the land of its allies. There is nothing strange in this. America has been doing this for decades. It has been deploying strategically important weapons on the land of its allies.

What else did Putin say?

By July, the work of the storage unit being built for the storage of Tactical Weapons in Belarus will be completed. He further added that Russia has already sent some of the Iskander missile systems needed to launch nuclear missiles to Belarus.

Deploying the weapon outside its country to a friendly country. After the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, Russian weapons were left in four newly independent countries – Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan. The work of bringing all these weapons to Russia was completed by the year 1996. Belarus and Kazakhstan. The work of bringing all these weapons to Russia was completed by the year 1996. Belarus and Kazakhstan. The work of bringing all these weapons to Russia was completed by the year 1996.

What did America and Ukraine say?

Later, the statement of America has also come to the fore. The US has said that it is sure that Russia is not considering the use of nuclear weapons. The US Defense Ministry issued a statement saying, "We see no reason why we should not change our strategy regarding our strategically important weapons." The ministry further said, 'We are committed to the defense of the countries involved in the NATO military alliance.'

18 countries extended help to Ukraine

Helping hand has been extended. These countries have assured to supply at least one million artillery shells to Ukraine next year. Agreement has been signed for this. Ukraine's President Zelensky has recently given an interview to a Japanese newspaper. In this, he has said that Ukraine will not retaliate against Russia in the eastern part of the country until ammunition arrives from friendly countries. Zelensky recently gave an interview to a Japanese newspaper. In this, he has said that Ukraine will not retaliate against Russia in the eastern part of the country until ammunition arrives from friendly countries. Zelensky recently gave an interview to a Japanese newspaper. In this, he has said that Ukraine will not retaliate against Russia in the eastern part of the country until ammunition arrives from friendly countries.

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