Despite Russian President Vladimir Putin's nuclear threats, the likelihood that he will dare to do so still remains low.

Russia was warned about the consequences.

This was stated by US Ambassador to NATO Julian Smith in an interview for

"All of us, the NATO Allies, have made it clear, the Secretary General has made it clear, this is not something that Russia can use. Russia has no say in this. Period. But as for her rattling off nuclear weapons, I mean, you've also heard our comments on that. We're very excited about that. We find that troubling. We've responded to that to Russia. We've also said about the unprecedented or catastrophic consequences that Russia would face if it turned to its nuclear arsenal. So that's what we'll continue to do. monitor. We take that very seriously. But I think you've also heard senior officials in the U.S. say that we don't see any signs right now that they plan to use nuclear weapons," she said.

Earlier, GUR reported that Russia has all types of

nuclear weapons in its arsenal.

Both tactical and strategic, but military intelligence of Ukraine constantly monitors her movements.

According to the Belarusian oppositionist and Minister of Culture of Belarus in 2009-2012, Pavlo Latushka, 

Putin is preparing to deploy nuclear weapons in Belarus

, but he will not entrust the nuclear weapons to Lukashenka, but will only deploy them in the Republic of Belarus and "they will be under the control of the Russian military and space forces, nuclear deterrent forces".

Latushko also noted that Lukashenko does not object to the deployment of nuclear weapons, because he believes that this will increase his rating and guarantee lifelong power.

According to the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksiy Danilov, Russia has 

stopped openly threatening the world with nuclear war

 after comments from China.

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