Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Vladimir Putin Threatens the West, Deploys Nuclear Bombs Near Nato Border

Vladimir Putin ordered the deployment of 11 nuclear-capable bombers at Olenya airbase, less than 20 miles from the Norwegian border. 

The American accessory abettor Planet recognized the seven TU-160 strategic bombers and four TU-95 planes on the Russian airbase Olenya on the Kolskyi Peninsula. These jets are the heaviest and biggest Mach 2 warplanes that can fly 7,500 miles without refueling. The planes are also able to carry 12 short-range nuclear missiles. On the other hand, the TU 95 or Bears are one of the best warplanes in Russia, as they can haul missiles and big atomic bombs.

These images also create fears in the West and Ukraine as Putin threatens for destructive world war III. Because of public pressure, Nato held a closed-door meeting recently about the continuous threat and made plans for Russia’s nuclear exercises. There are reports that Putin would activate a nuclear by detonating a bomb on that border, sending a message to the West that an apocalyptic war will follow if Ukraine joins Nato. Russia would use Belarus to activate nuclear bombs, and Kyiv, Ukraine, might be eradicated in just minutes.

Current Situation in Ukraine

Ukraine still faces many drone strikes, especially in the Kyiv region and the southern city of Mykolaiv. As a result, Ukraine President Zelensky has been calling for protection and air defense assistance in Europe countries. In addition, the infrastructures were highly affected, particularly that supply power and water across the country. Though the electrical supply was restored in some of its regions, most of its population still experiences scarcity of water and electricity. 

In Ukraine, the International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Rafael Gross twitted that he met the Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba and alluded that Ukraine is making progress in establishing a nuclear and protection zone around the Zaporizhzhia atomic power plant. The Energoatoam, the state nuclear company, said that the nuclear power plant uses diesel generators after a Russian missile damaged some areas. There was a short outage after the damage, but eventually, the power was restored.

Turkey offers peace talks 

President Erdogan was expected to offer to host peace talks between Russia and the West to end the war in Ukraine. Turkey is one of the members of Nato but maintains its good relationship with Russia and Ukraine, as the country did not participate in sanctioning Russia. President Erdogan would propose ideas for the settlement, but Putin did not tackle the war during the bilateral meeting. The country previously hosted peace talks; however, the last meeting in March did not end with positive results.

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