Ukraine War Russia announces to send nuclear weapons to Belarus
Moscow: Russia has announced that it will send nuclear-capable missiles to Belarus to further intensify attacks on Ukraine.
Russia has announced that it will send nuclear-capable missiles to Belarus within months, citing NATO flights equipped with nuclear weapons, according to the International News Agency.
The announcement was made by President Putin during a television program hosted by Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko during his visit to Russia. Putin also offered to upgrade Belarusian warplanes to be able to carry nuclear weapons.
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Meanwhile, Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko has also leveled serious allegations against neighboring countries and members of the European Union, Poland and Lithuania.
It is believed that Russian forces entered Ukraine through Belarus on February 24 and occupied areas of two major cities. The war in Ukraine is still raging, with world powers imposing sanctions on Russia.