The reaction of a number of foreign states to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to deploy Russian tactical nuclear weapons on the territory of Belarus is puzzling. This opinion on the situation was shared by the official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Maria Zakharova, whose statement is published on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The diplomat notably pointed out that the West had unleashed an all-out hybrid war against Moscow, while the United States and NATO had repeatedly and directly spoken of the desire to inflict a “strategic defeat” on the Russian Federation. Russia. Under these conditions, it would be naive to believe that the Kremlin will not take countermeasures, she said.
“We have reserved and we still reserve the right to take additional measures necessary to ensure the security of Russia and its allies,” Zakharova stressed.
Earlier Monday, the reaction of Western leaders to Russian nuclear weapons in Belarus was commented on in the Kremlin. The press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov noted that the statements of the West will not affect Russia’s plans.
Zakharova admitted she was perplexed by the countries’ reaction to the Russian Federation’s nuclear weapons in Belarus
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