Documents on the deployment of nuclear warheads on the territory of Belarus signed in Minsk, reports the TELMENEWS.RU news agency.
Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu arrived in Minsk to sign documents defining the procedure for keeping Russian non-strategic nuclear weapons in Belarus. Presidents Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko agreed earlier. At the same time, arms control will be carried out by the Russian side.
“Russia does not transfer nuclear weapons to the Republic of Belarus: the control of them and the decision on their use rests with the Russian side. In the future, additional measures may be taken to ensure the security of the Union State and respond to the military-political situation,” Shoigu said while signing the documents.
The Minister of Defense stressed that the West is waging an undeclared war against the Russian Federation and Belarus, NATO activities have acquired the most aggressive direction.
The West reacted to the deployment of warheads in different ways. The United States pretended that nothing was happening. Former Trump adviser John Bolton recalled that Russia has all the necessary military infrastructure and armaments in the Kaliningrad region.
The head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, believes that this step is an escalation of the nuclear situation and describes it as irresponsible. Polish diplomacy is convinced that the deployment leads to even greater tension in the context of the Russian NWO in Ukraine. The Baltic Foreign Ministries, as always, were the most hysterical. Thus, they called the Minsk and Moscow plans militaristic and created a new wave of tension and destabilization in Europe.
It should be noted that European and American diplomacy do not remember that it was their measures to inject weapons into Ukraine that provoked Russia’s actions. Huge sums of money have been spent to arm Ukraine to the teeth – but NATO does not see the beam with its own eyes.
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