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The Alliance pledges to control Moscow’s nuclear power

Stoltenberg says NATO will monitor Russia’s nuclear weapons

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is alarmed by Russian leader Vladimir Putin’s comments regarding the nuclear weapons situation. The State Duma supported the politician’s decision to freeze relations with America, which implies non-proliferation and the suspension of the development of nuclear arsenal. The Alliance is trying to figure out Moscow’s new plan.

Contact the publication Bloomberg, Stoltenberg said he planned to study Russia’s attitude to nuclear confrontation as closely as possible. Today, the main mission of NATO, according to the Secretary General, is to stop all nuclear activity. But Washington and Brussels will be ready to use dangerous weapons to communicate with Russia.

Earlier, media reported that Kiev was planning an attack on Moscow.

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