The British military felt today Wednesday that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s threats to use nuclear weapons are disturbing, indicating that they are weak.
The British military has called on the international community to unite to address Putin’s nuclear threats.
nuclear deterrence exercises
Meanwhile, NATO’s “Stable Afternoon” nuclear deterrence exercise is scheduled in advance with the participation of 14 countries and up to 60 military aircraft, began on Monday and will continue until 30 October.
According to a NATO statement, the exercises will take place “in north-western Europe”, in the airspace of Belgium and Great Britain, as well as in the North Sea, and no combat weapons will be used in the exercises.
The Russian president has repeatedly threatened to use “all means” at his disposal, raising fears of a nuclear conflict for the first time since 1945.
Interestingly, fears that Moscow may use a tactical nuclear weapon in Ukraine have increased since Putin mentioned it in implicit way during his announcement of the annexation of four occupied regions in response to losses on the battlefield at the end of last month.
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