Biden: Putin doesn’t joke about threats to use nuclear weapons

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The observations have arrived Biden During a demonstration in front of his supporters Democrats in a town New York.

Biden said: "Put in I am not kidding about the possibility of use Tactical nuclear weapon".

He added: "What we are experiencing is the most dangerous after the Cuban missile crisis and the situation is more similar to Armageddon".

He continued: "We have not encountered the prospect of an apocalypse since Kennedy and the Cuban missile crisis".

This statement comes a few hours after another Biden statement, in which he stated that he did not rule out meeting Putin during … Winds in Indonesia.

how’s that White House He previously said that there are currently no indications of Russia’s intention to use nuclear weapons, in the midst of its furious war with Ukraine.

Talking about nuclear power is in the foreground

The nuclear weapon has emerged War in Ukraine In recent weeks, after Russia suffered a series of military setbacks.

And he came to the Chechen president, Ramzan Kadyrovto call to use "Limited nuclear weapons" in Ukraine.

but Kremlin In response to Kadyrov, he stressed that in difficult times, emotions should be excluded from evaluations".

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said: "Everything is explained in the Russian nuclear doctrine and there can be no other considerations".

Putin hinted at the possibility of using nuclear weapons to defend his country, during the announcement of a partial military mobilization last September, saying that his country "He will use all means available to defend himself".

The deputy head of the Russian National Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, was more outspoken than his boss, saying that Russia had the right to defend itself with nuclear weapons if its borders were crossed.

scenarios for the use of nuclear weapons

Experts presented several scenarios for Russia’s nuclear attack on Ukraine or the West in general, which are:

Scenario one: a parry attack

In this case, Russia could drop a nuclear weapon on an uninhabited area, such as the Black Sea, and the goal is to show that Moscow takes its threats seriously and this is not a joke.

The second option – a weapon of limited power

Russia could also drop a nuclear weapon of limited power on a Ukrainian military facility, in a move that could lead to hundreds and even thousands of deaths, along with heavy material losses.

The third option – a weapon with great power

In this scenario, Russia could drop a weapon with a range of between 50 and 100 kilotons, three to six times longer than the Hiroshima bomb.

Fourth scenario: a nuclear attack on NATO

This scenario is the least likely and even unlikely, according to the researcher, and if it does, Russia will launch weapons at NATO targets in Central European countries.

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The observations have arrived Biden During a demonstration in front of his supporters Democrats in a town New York.

Biden said:Put in I am not kidding about the possibility of use Tactical nuclear weapon“.

He added: “What we are experiencing is the most dangerous since the Cuban missile crisis and the situation is like that of Armageddon.”

“We haven’t faced the prospect of an apocalypse since Kennedy and the Cuban missile crisis,” he said.

This statement comes a few hours after another Biden statement, in which he stated that he did not rule out meeting Putin during … Winds in Indonesia.

how’s that White House He previously said that there are currently no indications of Russia’s intention to use nuclear weapons, in the midst of its furious war with Ukraine.

Talking about nuclear power is in the foreground

The nuclear weapon has emerged War in Ukraine In recent weeks, after Russia suffered a series of military setbacks.

And he came to the Chechen president, Ramzan Kadyrovto support the use of “limited nuclear weapons” in Ukraine.

but Kremlin He replied to Kadyrov, stressing that in difficult moments, emotions should be excluded from evaluations.

“Everything is explained in the Russian nuclear doctrine and there can be no other considerations,” said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov.

Putin hinted at the possibility of using nuclear weapons to defend his country, during the announcement of a partial military mobilization last September, saying that his country “will use all available means to defend itself”.

The deputy head of the Russian National Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, was more outspoken than his boss, saying that Russia had the right to defend itself with nuclear weapons if its borders were crossed.

scenarios for the use of nuclear weapons

Experts presented several scenarios for Russia’s nuclear attack on Ukraine or the West in general, which are:

Scenario one: a parry attack

In this case, Russia could drop a nuclear weapon on an uninhabited area, such as the Black Sea, and the goal is to show that Moscow takes its threats seriously and this is not a joke.

The second option – a weapon of limited power

Russia could also drop a nuclear weapon of limited power on a Ukrainian military facility, in a move that could lead to hundreds and even thousands of deaths, along with heavy material losses.

The third option – a weapon with great power

In this scenario, Russia could drop a weapon with a range of between 50 and 100 kilotons, three to six times longer than the Hiroshima bomb.

Fourth scenario: a nuclear attack on NATO

This scenario is the least likely and even unlikely, according to the researcher, and if it does, Russia will launch weapons at NATO targets in Central European countries.

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