Nuclear weapon

"The president of the state must be prepared that his hand will not tremble..."

The former president of Russia, who is now the deputy chairman of the Security Council, also said at the "Knowledge" marathon that "if you have a weapon in your hands, and I, as a former president, know what it is, you must be prepared that your hand will not tremble in a certain situation to use it, no matter how monstrous and cruel it sounds".

The US nuclear bomb B61 is covered with sticky tape? Was it a kind of incident? PHOTO

The Pentagon says a photo released by the Federation of American Scientists (FAS) of apparent damage to a US nuclear bomb at a Dutch airbase shows a dummy weapon used for training emergency response teams.
FAS released a photo of a B61 bomb being inspected by US soldiers, two of whom are members of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Unit and one civilian.

It is already Clear that Bulgarian Ammunition will reach Ukraine

"Bulgarian ammunition will reach Ukraine, although not directly, and this is already clear to everyone," commented the director of the Sofia Security Forum Yordan Bozhilov on the Bulgarian National Television.

He pointed out that our country has one of the largest available old Soviet-type arsenals - weapons and ammunition.

Putin says Russia will station tactical nukes in Belarus

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced plans on Saturday to station tactical nuclear weapons in neighboring Belarus, a warning to the West as it steps up military support for Ukraine.

Putin said the move was triggered by Britain's decision this past week to provide Ukraine with armor-piercing rounds containing depleted uranium.

Moscow: If they try to regain Crimea - we'll use all kinds of weapons, virtually all

If we are talking about some serious offensives linked to the attempt to recapture Crimea, it is absolutely clear that this is the reason for using all means of protection, including those provided for by the doctrine of nuclear deterrence, Medvedev said in an interview with Russian media.
He pointed out that it is obvious that there is a reason for the use of any weapon.

Putin out of control? Growing risk: He is about to push the "red button"

U.S. Research Center Heritage Foundation expressed this warning, amid growing concern over the "hysterical rhetoric" of the Kremlin.
A new report published by a think tank highlights the growing risk that the Russian president will "make one of the most fateful decisions of the century" in the face of his "failed invasion of Ukraine".