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Belarusian propaganda threatens Poland with nuclear weapons. “Warsaw melts”

On Saturday, Vladimir Putin announced that Russia intends to deploy tactical nuclear weapons on the territory of Belarus. According to Putin, Russia has given Belarus, among other things, ten aircraft that can carry nuclear missiles and by June 1 warehouses for storing these weapons will be built.

The promise made by the Russian president made one Belarusian propagandist so happy that he felt confident enough to start threatening his country’s neighbors – Poland and Lithuania – on the broadcast, Pelsat reports.

“we’ll shave you”

– What, enemies, are you shouting? Belarus is now a nuclear state. A country that, in the event of an attack on its territory, can respond with tactical nuclear weapons, said Rihor Azaronak.

– Warsaw will melt, and Vilnius will sink, – he threatened.

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– We’ll look at the dull sunset and how a mushroom cloud will float over the Polish bog, – he said.

– Don’t press, gentlemen, or we’ll rip you off. You forced us, so don’t complain now, you’ve been warned.”

The European Union threatens to impose sanctions

Let us recall that after Vladimir Putin’s announcement, the head of EU diplomacy, Josep Borrell, spoke out on the matter, urging the authorities in Minsk to refrain from placing Russian nuclear weapons on their territory.

Borrell warned that if Russia installs nuclear weapons on its soil, Belarus could be subject to further sanctions.

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The head of the Security Council of Ukraine, Oleksiy Danilov, commented on the Russian president’s announcement, who said that “the Kremlin has taken Belarus as a nuclear hostage.”

Experts reassure

According to many experts, the step announced by Putin in the military sense does not affect the danger of escalating the current war to the nuclear level, but is part of an information campaign aimed at intimidating the West.

Experts also state that the Russian president sought to deploy tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus even before the start of the invasion of Ukraine, and the main goal of these activities is to “deepen control over Belarus.”

dk / Polsatnews.pl