The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation published a statement in which it issued ultimatums to the nuclear states in order to avoid a possible "nuclear".
The Russian Foreign Ministry urged not to limit her rights and "to give up dangerous attempts to suppress each other's vital interests."
The diplomatic agency published a corresponding statement on November 2 on the official page in the Telegram channel.
"We call on the other countries of the nuclear "five" to demonstrate in practice their readiness to work on solving this priority task (
a military clash between nuclear states - ed.)
and to abandon dangerous attempts to suppress each other's vital interests, balancing on the edge of direct armed conflict and encouraging provocations that can
lead to catastrophic consequences
," the Russian Federation demanded.
In addition, the Russian Foreign Ministry stated that they could hypothetically use nuclear weapons in two cases:
in response to aggression
carried out with the use of weapons of mass destruction or aggression with the use of conventional weapons,
when the very existence of the state is threatened.
At the same time, the Russian agency claims that "Russia is strictly and consistently guided by the postulate of the inadmissibility of a nuclear war, in which there can be no winners and which should never be resolved. Russian doctrinal positions in this area are extremely clearly defined, they have a purely defensive focus and allow for an expansive interpretation".
Russia threatens to launch a nuclear strike
Russia is threatening to launch a nuclear strike.
In particular, on November 1, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Dmytro
Medvedev threatened to use nuclear weapons
if Ukraine wins the war.
Oleksiy Danilov, the Secretary of the National Security Council, replied to him that this
would mean suicide for Russia.
Biden questioned Putin's statement
that he has no intention of using nuclear or chemical weapons in Ukraine.
The White House administration sees no signs that Russia is preparing to use nuclear weapons.
However, they take it seriously.
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