The G7 nations warned that the use of nuclear weapons on Ukraine would have dire consequences.


Russian President Vladimir Putin


on Friday that a clash of NATO troops with Russian forces would be a "global catastrophe".

Addressing a press conference in Kazakhstan's capital Astana, Putin said, "Direct contact with the Russian military or NATO's direct confrontation with the troops would be a very dangerous step, which could lead to a global catastrophe, I hope that People say this, it is wise enough not to take such a step." 

Earlier, Putin had warned of using nuclear weapons to defend Russian territory after it captured four regions of Ukraine last month.

The move was condemned by the United Nations this week.

At the same time, according to a statement issued by the White House, on Tuesday, the G7 nations warned that the use of nuclear weapons on Ukraine would have dire consequences.

The leaders of the G7 nations, the UK, Germany, Italy, Canada, the US, France and Japan, had said, "We condemn the deliberate Russian escalator moves, including the partial mobilization of reservists and irresponsible nuclear rhetoric, that could harm global peace." and affecting security. Any use of chemical, biological or nuclear weapons by Russia will have dire consequences."

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Let us tell you, Russia has occupied four provinces of Ukraine.

However, Russia's move to annex four provinces of Ukraine has been condemned by most members of the international community and called it illegal.

US President Joe Biden has accused his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin of making false claims to Ukraine's territory, saying the move would crush the UN Charter and ignore the concept of peaceful nations everywhere.

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