Because of the ICC warrant, Putin will not attend the Brics conference in South Africa
Because of the ICC warrant, Putin will not attend the Brics conference in South Africa

Russia’s capital on June 17: According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Russia has already deployed a number of its tactical nuclear weapons to Belarus.

At the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, where Putin was speaking, he made the comments in question. According to the BBC, he told the gathering that Russia would only use its tactical nuclear weapons in the event of an attack on Russian territory or the state.


There is no evidence, according to the United States administration, that the Kremlin intends to use nuclear weapons in an assault on Ukraine.

After Putin’s words, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken stated, “We don’t see any indications that Russia is preparing to use a nuclear weapon.”

British media stated that Putin predicted the handoff of tactical nuclear weapons will be completed by the end of the summer.

The Russian president stated this was done for “containment” and to “remind anyone thinking of inflicting a strategic defeat on us.”

To the question of whether or not to use such weapons, posed by the forum administrator, he said, “Why should we threaten the whole world?” I have previously said that if there is a threat to the integrity of the Russian state, then drastic measures may be used.

Small nuclear warheads and delivery systems designed for use on the battlefield or in a targeted attack are what make up tactical nuclear weapons. To prevent broad radioactive fallout, they are built to destroy enemy objectives in a limited region.

Tactical nuclear weapons may be as small as one kiloton (equal to one thousand tonnes of TNT). Huge ones may reach 100 kilotons in size. The 15 kiloton atomic bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima in 1945 was for comparison.



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