1 minute ago! NATO is preparing for a nuclear strike

1 minute ago! NATO is preparing for a nuclear strike

In the current situation nato considers the likelihood of russia using nuclear weapons against ukraine law but remains vigilant and closely monitors the status and readiness of russian nuclear forces especially during russian nuclear exercises nato secretary general yen stoltenberg said this during a virtual speech at the berlin foreign policy forum today a neuchron

Form correspondent reports we are closely monitoring what they the russians edition are doing we are vigilant especially now that nuclear exercises are about to take place the risk of using nuclear weapons against ukraine is low but of course the potential impact and consequences of such a move could be so great that we should take it very seriously we are signaling

To moscow that there will be dire consequences for russia itself if they use nuclear weapons in ukraine right now we don’t see any change in their nuclear positioning or readiness but of course we continue constant monitoring stoltenberg said he noted that the alliance must be ready for any scenario the kremlin is currently trying to intimidate its allies with

Its nuclear rhetoric into withdrawing support for ukraine so that putin can defeat ukraine we cannot afford to be intimidated or succumb to blackmail and nuclear rhetoric if president putin wins in ukraine it will send a very dangerous signal to all authoritarian leaders that if they use brute military force in violation of international law they can achieve their

Goals this will make us more vulnerable and the world more dangerous therefore we must take into account all the risks of this conflict and also that the risk if president putin is allowed to win will be much greater said the nato secretary general answering the moderator’s question he stressed that nato had clearly delivered a message to the kremlin about the dire

Consequences for russia itself of using nuclear weapons against ukraine and recalled that russia had put its signature under the document stating that there could be no victory in a nuclear war and it should never be untied at the same time stoltenberg acknowledged that the nuclear rhetoric coming from moscow and president putin is dangerous and crazy so these

Threats must be taken seriously he declined to elaborate on what nato’s response might be if the kremlin leadership decides to use nuclear weapons it depends on what this attack will be on the circumstances and context but we will never give an advantage to a potential attacker by telling him exactly how we intend to respond they the russians edition know that the

Consequences will be severe and we repeated this message several times in recent weeks said stoltenberg according to him nato has different ways of responding and they will not necessarily involve the use of nuclear weapons as the nato secretary general noted the circumstances in which the allies would consider the possibility of using nuclear weapons in response

Are very unlikely but this does not preclude a decisive response from nato if russia uses nuclear weapons against ukraine if an attack is made on any ally in the alliance this will immediately bring into force article 5 of the washington collective defense treaty stoltenberg recalled now we are doing everything to prevent such a scenario from happening we are

Not a party to this conflict we do not have forces at the site of the conflict we do not participate in hostilities yes we provide assistance to ukraine which has the right to self-defense in accordance with the un charter nato allies are helping ukraine to exercise this right but this does not make us a party to the conflict stoltenberg stressed as reported from

The very beginning of the russian invasion nato allies began to provide ukraine with effective military assistance including direct arms supplies on a bilateral basis nato as an alliance has focused on the supply of non-lethal military equipment to ukraine including fuel personal protective equipment medical equipment anti-drone equipment etc under the auspices

Of the united states six meetings of the contact group on ukraine in the ramstein format have already taken place with the participation of more than 50 nato and partner countries which coordinate the supply of weapons and military equipment to ukraine at the request of their military department ukraine’s achievements against the russian invasion are primarily

The result of the resilience and determination of the ukrainians and their armed forces but assistance from nato and individual allies in the alliance was also critical in turning the tide on the battlefield and liberating much of the occupied territories nato secretary general yen stoltenberg said this during a virtual speech at the berlin foreign policy forum

Today a neuchron form correspondent reports the system supplied by nato and allies have already made a big impact on the battlefield this is one of the reasons why russia failed to secure air supremacy over ukraine this undermined the advantage of the russian troops in the implementation of their operations they hoped that they would easily seize control of the

Airspace of ukraine but they did not succeed said stoltenberg he noted that such a result became possible first of all thanks to the skill and determination of the armed forces of ukraine which used the air defense systems at their disposal the old soviet-style systems nato allies have provided the ukrainian military with munitions for such systems and delivered

Several new and improved air defense systems one of the latest such examples is the supply of german systems germany stoltenberg noted is supplying ukraine with important military equipment which will make even greater changes in the situation in the future at the same time the nato secretary general recalled that winter is coming so providing ukrainian troops

With the necessary equipment from winter clothes to generators and tents has become one of the key topics of the recent meeting of nato defense ministers october 12th to 13th edition who expressed their readiness to help ukrainian military to ensure their ability to operate effectively in winter conditions he refrained from answering the moderator’s direct question

About when this war between russia and ukraine might end stoltenberg noted that war is inherently unpredictable according to him a significant russian military presence remains in ukraine and the events of the past few weeks and even days represent the biggest escalation of the conflict since the russian invasion of ukraine in february 2022 if you add together

The mobilization and the forces that they the russians can send to the front the annexation of territories of ukraine and the dangerous nuclear rhetoric of russia all this represents the greatest escalation since the beginning of the war therefore we must again increase our assistance to ukraine and this assistance has proved its importance this allowed the

Ukrainians to push the russians out of the areas around kiev contain the russian offensive in the don base go on the counter-offensive liberate many territories in the don base and put pressure on russian troops in the south in the curson region the nato secretary general said since we still see a large russian presence we must ensure that support for ukraine

Is provided for a long time as long as it is necessary stoltenberg added as reported from the very beginning of the russian invasion nato allies began to provide ukraine with military assistance including direct arms supplies on a bilateral basis nato as an alliance has focused on the supply of non-lethal military equipment to ukraine including fuel personal

Protective equipment medical equipment anti-drunk equipment etc under the auspices of the united states six meetings of the contact group on ukraine in the ramstein format have already taken place with the participation of more than 50 nato and partner countries coordinating the supply of weapons and military equipment to ukraine at the request of its military

Department nato will soon provide ukraine with the means to deal with new threats including drone attacks on cities and civilian infrastructure in ukraine this was stated by nato secretary general yen stoltenberg during a speech at the berlin foreign policy forum and ukraine form correspondent reports no state should support russia’s criminal war against ukraine

And this is a message from nato a message from allies from the eu and many others nato will supply anti-aircraft systems hundreds of installations to help them in the coming days or soon ukrainians edition counter the threat of drones including iranian-made drones which are now causing great harm and suffering to ukraine we will deliver these funds in the near

Future stoltenberg said according to him the best thing nato can do in the face of russian barbaric strikes on civilian targets in ukraine is to increase and increase the supply of air defense systems to counter various threats including strikes by ballistic missiles cruise missiles drones etc and all these types of weapons require different types of air defense

Systems ukraine is a big country with many cities therefore we have a huge task ahead of us to help protect all parts of ukraine from various threats from the air stoltenberg said foreign minister dimitri kaleba welcomed the nato secretary-general’s statement about the alliance’s plans to supply ukraine with air defense systems against drones in the coming days

I welcome the statement by jen stoltenberg that nato plans to supply ukraine with air defense systems against drones in the coming days this is exactly what we discussed and asked for ukraine this means more lives saved and better protection of the energy infrastructure thank you nato calaba wrote on twitter as reported on monday the russian federation launched

Nine missile and 39 airstrikes on ukraine according to the armed forces of ukraine russia used crews aviation and anti-aircraft guided missiles for strikes in addition russia continues to use iranian-made shahid 136 unmanned aerial vehicles since the beginning of the russian invasion nato allies have been providing ukraine with military assistance including

Direct arms shipments on a bilateral basis nato has focused on the supply of non-lethal military equipment to ukraine including fuel personal protective equipment medical equipment anti-drone equipment the russian authorities are trying to spread false information about nato’s alleged involvement in russia’s war against ukraine u.s permanent representative to

Nato julian smith stated this at the berlin foreign policy forum on tuesday a new conform correspondent reports unfortunately the russians are quite successful in promoting a whole range of false narratives and lies about the role of nato in ukraine they would just like to be able to point to some example of nato’s direct involvement in this conflict but we are

Firmly committed to preventing this she said according to smith nato allies agreed at the start of a full-scale war that they would not allow the alliance to become a party to the conflict this decision was made very early and i don’t see any cracks in the unity regarding this policy she added at the same time individually almost all countries provide humanitarian

Economic and security assistance to ukraine although nato itself does not coordinate or provide this assistance smith stressed we are not sending nato troops to ukraine there are no nato commanders there there is nothing in ukraine that concerns nato assets and i do not expect this to change she stressed however she said sometimes in different corners you can

Hear countries asking questions that reflect the russian lie is nato in place does nato provide lethal support is nato to blame for this war smith noted that nato allies should clarify to other countries whether these false claims of russia have any relation to reality as ucron form reported after the start of russia’s full-scale military invasion of ukraine on

February 24 2022 the eu nato and individual allies in the alliance began to provide ukraine with effective military financial and humanitarian assistance at the same time the allied countries provided ukraine with weapons and ammunition to exercise its inalienable right to self-defense against external aggression in accordance with the un charter for the first

Time in its history the eu has allocated 2.6 billion euros for the purchase of weapons in the interests of ukraine a country in the stage of active hostilities the number of air defense systems that we are supplied with is not enough to completely eliminate the missile threat in addition russia is actively using iranian drones which it ordered in several batches

Major general caril budinov head of the main intelligence directorate of the defense ministry said this in an interview with obasrivatel ukraine form reports the air defense systems that are supplied to us are absolutely small in number in order to completely remove the missile threat however our domestic defense industry is working to resolve this issue in

Addition we are looking for where you can buy any air defense systems in the world and they supply something to us he said butanov noted that the fact that the russian federation switched to the use of foreign drones is already an exceptional case for russia this was contributed by the low accuracy of russian missiles as well as their small number according to

Butanov the russian defense industry cannot produce enough new missiles and those with which they went to war on february 24th are already running out for many positions this indicator has already fallen below a critical level he says i mean the level of 30 percent therefore they were forced to look for some options to overcome the shortage of missiles they

Got to the point that they began to use iranian unmanned aerial vehicles can they replace missiles according to their characteristics no they cannot but they need to proceed from the fact that there are now a sufficient number of them in the russian federation and the accuracy of hitting uavs is much higher than that of these missiles they are counting on this

Goodenov emphasized he cited the following figures the number of his condor missiles in the russian federation approached the 13 mark the available stocks in relation to the number at the beginning of russia’s full-scale invasion of ukraine the military doctrine of the russian federation forbids falling below 30 percent but the war makes its own adjustments

Beef intelligence officer noted that the first batch of drones in iran was ordered in the amount of 1750 pieces then new orders follow but it takes time for their production and delivery to russia they are gradually exhausting them the iranians are making new ones but there is another side to this issue we consistently shoot down about 70 percent of all drones

Good enough stressed answering the question whether anti-aircraft guns from israel could increase the percentage of destruction good enough said that unfortunately this will not affect this situation in any way and guns will not solve the issue here serious air defense systems are needed as reported on monday morning russia attacked kiev with 28 drones five hits

Recorded in particular a residential building in the shivchenko district of the capital was destroyed the bodies of five victims of the russian attack have been recovered from the rubble the irish t anti-aircraft missile system is integrated into the air defense system of ukraine yuri ignat press secretary of the air force command of the armed forces of ukraine

Announced this at a briefing at the military media center ukraine form reports the complex has been successfully integrated into the air defense system of ukraine has good performance characteristics so we hope to receive more iris t units from germany in addition we are waiting for the nasim’s complex which will also strengthen the air defense of our state ignat

Said as reported on october 12 defense minister alexi reznikov announced that the german iris t complex was already in ukraine

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