2024-06-17 23:58:40

NATO's Talks on Deploying More Nuclear Weapons Amid Ukraine War Tensions

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NATO countries are discussing deploying more nuclear weapons to counter the threats posed by Russia and China, raising concerns about a potential arms race. The increasing number of operational nuclear weapons in the past year reflects escalating tensions.

Russian threats of tougher peace conditions and Kremlin criticism of NATO's nuclear weapon plans add to the volatile situation. Amidst the war in Ukraine, key figures like Putin confidant Medvedchuk call for the continuation of the conflict, emphasizing demilitarization and reunification with Russia.

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n-tv.de Politik
16. Juni 2024 um 22:30

Ukraine war in live ticker: +++ 06:05 "Telegraph": NATO holds talks on deploying more nuclear weapons +++ - n-tv.de

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NATO countries are holding talks on deploying more nuclear weapons in the face of the growing threat posed by Russia and China. The number of operational nuclear weapons has increased over the past year. The FDP advocates that newly arriving war refugees from Ukraine should no longer receive basic income.
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17. Juni 2024 um 21:18

War against Ukraine ++ Russia threatens tougher conditions for peace ++

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The head of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service threatens tougher conditions for peace with Ukraine. Denmark is considering restrictions on the passage of Russian oil tankers through the Baltic Sea. NATO plans to put more nuclear weapons on alert to counter threats from China and Russia.
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17. Juni 2024 um 22:30

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17. Juni 2024 um 18:14

Row as Nato chief hints at talks to increase availability of nuclear weapons

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Nato Secretary General hints at potential discussions to increase availability of nuclear weapons due to perceived threats from Russia and China, causing concerns about a new arms race. The US, Russia, and China have significant numbers of nuclear warheads, with discussions ongoing about potential increases in response to geopolitical tensions.
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