Putin Puts Nuclear Weapons In Belarus

  • Russia President Vladimir Putin said Saturday he will station tactical nuclear weapons in neighboring Belarus, marking the first time since the mid-1990s that Moscow has positioned such weaponry outside the country.
  • Putin made the comment amid in roughly 13-month-long invasion of Ukraine and concerns about whether he’ll resort to nuclear strikes to win that lasted no longer than many had expected – with no clear end in site.
  • “Tactical” nuclear weapons refer to those used for specific gains on the battlefield rather than those with the capacity to wipe out cities, as explained by Reuters.
  • “There is nothing unusual here,” “Putin said. “The United States has been doing this for decades.”
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