It is reported that Russia is allegedly preparing to use nuclear weapons in the Black Sea, and that NATO has allegedly already warned its members about this.
There was information that the President of the Russian Federation, Volodymyr Putin sent the so-called “nuclear train” to the front line. Probably, the head of the Kremlin plans to test nuclear weapons near the border of Ukraine.
He writes about the Kremlin’s intentions to test weapons of mass destruction The Times.
It is reported that the Russian Federation is allegedly preparing to use nuclear weapons in the Black Sea, and that NATO has allegedly already warned its members about this.
“The Kremlin is signaling readiness for a major escalation as Russia loses ground on the battlefield. There are concerns about Putin’s previous hints that he might resort to such tactics,” the report said.
In the Center for countering disinformation of the NSDC commented on the publication of The Timeswarning that Russia will continue to increase nuclear blackmail:
“Therefore, there is a high probability of all kinds of provocations from the Russian Federation.”
“Even at the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of the territory of Ukraine, the Russian Federation put its nuclear forces on special combat alert. Russia’s demonstrative demonstration of its readiness to launch a nuclear attack on the territory of Ukraine at any moment is another stage of information terrorism arranged by the Russian Federation in order to induce Ukraine to negotiate on the terms Kremlin,” the report says.
Is Russia preparing for nuclear weapons tests: what is known
The day before, La Repubblica, citing NATO intelligence, reported that Russia took the Belgorod submarine with nuclear torpedoes into the White Sea “Poseidon”, which are also called “Doomsday” warheads.
The Center for Countering Disinformation of the National Security Council stated that such information was not made public on the NATO website and that it could play into the hands of Russian propaganda.
Head of the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense Kyrylo Budanov denied the possibility of a Russian nuclear attack on the territory of Ukraine in the near future.
US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin said he saw “nothing to believe that Putin has decided” to use nuclear weapons.