The United States of America intends to monitor the possible transfer of nuclear weapons from Russia to Belarus.
The White House sees no signs that Russian President Vladimir Putin intends to deploy tactical nuclear weapons on the territory of Belarus. This was announced on Sunday, March 26, by the coordinator for strategic communications of the National Security Council, John Kirby, writes CNN.
“We have not seen any indication that he has followed through on that promise or transferred any nuclear weapons,” Kirby said.
He also mentioned that the United States would monitor the possible movement of nuclear weapons, should it occur.
“We’ll just have to watch and see where it goes,” Kirby said.
Remember, on March 25, Putin said that Moscow agreed with Minsk on the deployment of tactical nuclear weapons on the territory of Belarus. He argues that this “will not violate the obligations under START.”
The North Atlantic Alliance criticized Russia for its dangerous and irresponsible nuclear rhetoric a day after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced his intention to deploy tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus.
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