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Ukrainian war: Putin's nuclear threat

Response to the hypothesis of sending troops to Ukraine raised by France

Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned the West, threatening the use of nuclear weapons. On the occasion of the military parade for the Victory Day celebrations, in the last few hours the head of the Kremlin stated that he wants to "avoid a global clash" but that he "will not allow anyone to threaten" the country. A reference to the hypothesis of sending troops to Ukraine, proposed by French President Emmanuel Macron .

A proposal relaunched by the Lithuanian Foreign Minister, Gabrielius Landsbergis, who evoked a possible ad hoc coalition of Western countries that would send military training personnel to Ukraine with the support of air defense. An initiative that could open a direct confrontation with Moscow, but which has aroused little enthusiasm among the Western allies.

Russia will maintain the operational readiness of its nuclear "strategic forces", sai Putin. But the Polish Prime Minister, Donald Tusk, recalled that "soldiers, observers and technicians" from countries of the Atlantic Alliance are already in Ukraine, as already supported in March by the Polish Foreign Minister, Radoslaw Sikorski, referring to advisors who support the Ukrainian armed forces in the use of sophisticated weapons.

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