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West has the right to give Ukraine nuclear warheads – Sikorsky

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The politician believes that Putin will not attack NATO territory with nuclear weapons

Radoslav Sikorsky announced the need for new arms supplies to Ukraine. Photo: collage “Today”

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Member of the European Parliament, Polish politician Radoslaw Sikorski said that the West has the right to give Ukraine nuclear warheads. According to him, after Ukraine gave up its nuclear potential under the Budapest Memorandum in 1994 and became an independent country within the borders established since the Soviet era, Russia violated this memorandum. Therefore, the West can provide an opportunity for Ukraine to defend its independence.

Sikorsky announced this on the air of Espresso.

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The politician believes that Russian President Vladimir Putin will not attack NATO territory with nuclear weapons.

“Apart from rhetoric, at this moment, I don’t see any preparations. Russia has several thousand tactical warheads that are stored in trains specially prepared for this, and this situation is monitored by us and the Union 24 hours a day. And if there were a transfer of nuclear warheads to any units – or aviation, or artillery, or rocket, then this would indicate that Russia is preparing for something like that. But nothing of the kind is happening, “said the member of the European Parliament.

According to Sikorsky, Ukraine gave up its nuclear potential after the Budapest Memorandum was signed in 1994. Today, Russians say that these were not guarantees, but everyone then understood that Ukraine, to replace this, would be an independent country within the borders established since the times of the USSR.

“But because Russia violated this Budapest Memorandum, I think that we, as the West, would have the right to give Ukraine nuclear warheads. So that it could protect its independence,” the politician stressed.

Putin again threatens nuclear war. The Ministry of Internal Affairs assessed the likelihood of a strike

Russian President Vladimir Putin has stepped up nuclear threats. However, in reality, the probability of such a strike is low. The head of the Kremlin is bluffing and lying about the possibility of nuclear war. This was stated by Advisor to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Vadym Denisenko during the telethon.

According to Denisenko, Putin will not dare to launch any nuclear strike. For Ukraine, it is important to convey this to Western partners, because fears have already appeared in the world due to the threats of the Russian leader.

According to the adviser to the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Putin, threatening to press the red button, is bluffing and lying.

“Never in his life will he launch a nuclear missile. But, unfortunately, many in the world are taking this lie from Putin quite seriously. He is upping the stakes again and, unfortunately, we have fears that certain countries and leaders may start think for a long time and discuss whether Putin can tell the truth,” Denisenko explained.

We also mentioned earlier that Kremlin propagandist Vladimir Solovyov began to threaten the United States with Russian nuclear weapons on his air. So he responded to the column of the American president for The New York Times with the headline “What America will and will not do in Ukraine.” Solovyov said that Russia could launch a nuclear strike with strategic nuclear weapons.

Source: Segodnya

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