A day after Russian President Vladimir Putin declared that Moscow would install tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus, NATO criticised Russia for its “dangerous and reckless” nuclear rhetoric on Sunday.
“NATO is on guard, and we are keeping a careful eye on things. The Russian nuclear posture has not changed in a way that would prompt us to alter our own, “a spokesperson for NATO stated.
“The mention of NATO nuclear sharing by Russia is utterly false. Allies of NATO uphold their international obligations in full. Russia has repeatedly violated its obligations under weapons control, most recently by suspending its adherence to the New START Treaty.”
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