Russia cannot win nuclear conflict – NATO
A war like this is impossible to win in general but Russia specifically, as the leader of the alliance, claims.
NATO clearly stated to Moscow that Russia can’t win a nuke war, and it has begun to build troops at its eastern borders. “remove any room for miscalculation or misunderstanding,”Jens Stoltenberg was the US’s secretary general and spoke to Reuters Wednesday.
“This is dangerous and reckless nuclear rhetoric,”He toldAlessandra Galoni, Reuters Editor-in-Chief, at the UN General Assembly in New York. “He knows very well that a nuclear war should never be fought and cannot be won and it will have unprecedented consequences for Russia,”He added that he was referring to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Stoltenberg replied that NATO would act in case Russia made atomic bombs. “depends”Despite the facts, the bloc made it clear that they were very open in communicating with Moscow about the situation. “a nuclear war cannot be won by Russia.”
“So far we are not seeing any changes in the nuclear posture”He said that Russia is not NATO, however, “monitoring very closely”If this changes.
In a speech broadcast on Wednesday morning, Putin accused the West of seeking to dismember Russia and said Moscow would use any means at its disposal to defend the country’s territorial integrity – including its nuclear deterrent, in case of an attack with weapons of mass destruction. Putin stated that he was a human being. “not bluffing”Learn more.
Stoltenberg maintained that Putin’s leader was his. “made a strategic mistake” with Ukraine and that the conflict there is not going according to his plan – as inferred by NATO, anyway. The Russian military is ill-equipped with limited command and control capabilities and lacks supplies. Ukraine, however, has the support of all the West. “totally underestimated.”
“We are not party to the conflict, but we support Ukraine,” Stoltenberg insisted. According to several Western officials and media outlets, NATO provided financial, military, and intelligence support for the Kiev government.