Ukraine Russia conflict: The war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday that the first stockpile of nuclear weapons has now reached Belarus. Addressing the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, Putin said the rest of the nuclear warheads would be delivered by the end of the summer.
Russia is moving forward with plans to deploy strategic nuclear bombs in the country bordering Ukraine. In response to a question about the use of nuclear weapons in war, he said that it is a preventive measure against all those who think of Russia and its strategic defeat. The Russian leader’s comments corroborate claims by Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko this week that his country had received the first batch of bombs and missiles from Russia.
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more powerful than the bombs dropped on Hiroshima
Lukashenko told Russian and Belarusian media that we have missiles and bombs that we have received from Russia. The bombs are three times more powerful than those dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko announced that Russia has begun deliveries of nuclear weapons to Belarus, including some that are apparently three times more powerful than the explosions carried out on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Lukashenko argues that the weapons would only serve as a deterrent.
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