Russia has reached an agreement with Belarus to keep nuclear weapons, under the agreement Russia will keep its nuclear weapons in Belarus.
Russian President Putin said that he has signed an agreement with Belarus to keep tactical nuclear weapons on its territory, the United States also keeps nuclear weapons on the territory of European allies, and the Russian initiative will not violate nuclear non-proliferation agreements.
Russian President Putin while talking to state TV said that the President of Belarus has been asking for a long time to keep tactical nuclear weapons in his country, we have decided to violate international rules and regulations and obligations. Without it, we can have nuclear weapons in our allied countries like America.
He said that we are not handing over our nuclear weapons to Belarus, but we are doing exactly what America has been doing for decades.
There has been no response from the US State Department or the Pentagon to Putin’s move yet, but commentators believe that President Putin is considering increasing tensions with the West over the Ukraine war in Belarus. The decision to install it has been made while Russia has so far been proud that, like the US, it has never deployed nuclear weapons outside its borders.
American experts say that this move is part of Putin’s NATO scare game, as Russia has many such weapons in its own country and the troops to handle them, but there is no military utility to do so in Belarus. Is.