Putin Highlights ‘Nuclear Threat’ Is Nearing Reality
Putin warned that the option of a nuclear war is close to becoming a real issue versus just a threat.
It’s been nearly 10 months since Russia began to invade Ukraine.
Russian President, Putin, acknowledged that the conflict is “going to take a while”. He also warned that the option of a nuclear war is close to becoming a real issue versus just a threat.
Putin shared that he sees no immediate need to mobilize more troops while insisting to still call this a “special military operation” where Moscow will fight by all available means at their disposal.
The Russian leader addressed the United States by saying he is aware that the U.S. nuclear weapons were located in large numbers on European soil while Russia had not transferred its nuclear weapons to other territories and is not planning to.
Putin also said “we have not gone crazy, we are aware of what nuclear weapons are.” and that they are not going to “brandish these weapons like a razor running around the world.”