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Putin, Born Global as World War II Axis

2023-03-26T11:47:58.631Z


Putin's announcement yesterday: 'Tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus'. The Russian president also said Russia would produce over 1,600 tanks within a year. Meanwhile Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark have signed a joint air defense agreement, aimed at countering the growing threat from Moscow (ANSA)


The idea of ​​creating a 'global NATO' with the participation of the Asia-Pacific countries recalls the military alliance of the Axis powers at the time of the Second World War

, according to Russian President Vladimir Putin in an interview broadcast by the Rossiya-24 television channel and picked up by Interfax.

"What are the United States doing? - he said -. They are creating more and more alliances. And this gives reason to Western analysts, Western political analysts to say only that the West is building new 'axes'. They are Western analysts, not us, to say that the West is starting to build a new axis similar to the one created in the 1930s by the Nazi regime in Germany, the fascist one in Italy and militarist Japan", underlined the president.

In 2022, NATO approved a new concept of strategic development, Putin said.

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Cooperation between Russia and China "is not a military alliance

": Russian President Vladimir Putin said today in an interview with the Rossiya-24 TV channel, as reported by Tass.

"This is absolutely false," Putin told journalist Pavel Zarubin when asked whether cooperation between Moscow and Beijing could pose a threat to the West.

"We are not creating any military alliance with China - he added -. Yes, we also collaborate on the technical-military front, we are not hiding it, but it is transparent, there is nothing secret".



Russia is holding Minsk as a 'nuclear hostage'

: this was stated by the secretary of the Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council, Oleksiy Danilov, referring to yesterday's announcement by Russian President Vladimir Putin that he wants to deploy tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus.

"The Kremlin has taken Belarus as a nuclear hostage," Danilov wrote on Twitter, adding that the move represents "a step towards internal destabilization of the country."



"Putin's statement on the deployment of tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus, a step towards internal destabilization of the country, maximizes the level of negative perception and public rejection of Russia and Putin in Belarusian society. The Kremlin has taken Belarus hostage nuclear power,” reads the tweet.

Ukraine, the armored vehicle leaves forgetting the soldier on the ground who is chasing it in vain



170,550 Russian soldiers have been killed in Ukraine since the start of the invasion, including 660 yesterday, according to the Kiev army.

In its update on Moscow's losses so far, the Ukrainian military also indicates that 305 Russian fighters, 291 helicopters and 2,216 Russian drones have been shot down.

The national media reported it.

Kiev forces also say they destroyed 3,595 Russian tanks, 2,631 artillery systems, 6,947 armored fighting vehicles, 18 ships, 522 multiple launch missile systems, 277 anti-aircraft defense systems and 911 cruise missiles.

ANSA Agency

Putin, we will deploy tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus - World

'Construction of the depot will be completed on July 1'.

Russia will produce 1600 tanks in one year Nordic countries towards joint air defense from Russia (ANSA)



There are no indications that Russia is preparing to use nuclear weapons: a senior US government official said as he commented to Reuters on yesterday's announcement by the Kremlin that it intends to deploy tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus.

"We have found no reason to change our strategic nuclear position, nor any indication that Russia is preparing to use a nuclear weapon. We remain committed to the collective defense of the NATO alliance," the senior official said. the news agency on its site.

Russia and Belarus have been talking about transferring nuclear weapons for some time, he added.

Source: ansa

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