November 27, 2022

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Nuclear weapons on board a Belarusian Su-25, Putin’s plan to stop NATO

He is looking to the north put it in. From there the new attack can begin afterUkraine It has taken several steps forward in re-occupying different areas occupied by the Russians. But this time the attack would not be without nuclear power. How? By modifying Belarusian aircraft and allowing them to carry ammunition of mass destruction. He fears not only the West, but the whole world. So much so that it worries China, which today called on its citizens to return to their homeland. Security is no longer guaranteed.

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Putin’s nuclear plan

there Russia The dual-capacity Iskander-M missile systems will be transferred to Belarus It will convert some Belarusian Su-25 aircraft to allow them to carry nuclear weapons. to bring it back European PravdaReferring to the Russian RIA Novosti Agency, which quoted Konstantin Vorontsov, deputy head of the Russian delegation, who spoke at the meeting of the First Committee of the United Nations General Assembly.

At this stage, the Russian diplomat said, only the transfer of the dual-capable Iskander-M missile systems (with conventional missiles) to the Republic of Belarus will proceed. It will also provide some Belarusian Su-25 aircraft with the technical capability to carry nuclear weapons. However, there is no text on the transfer of technologies for converting aircraft into nuclear weapons carriers in Belarus, ”said the Russian diplomat.

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Why is Russia considering nuclear weapons?

Vorontsov said Russia’s actions were justified by “the possible eastward advance of NATO’s nuclear infrastructure.” In particular, Poland has been saying for several years that it wants to fully participate in joint nuclear missions. Recently, Warsaw’s activity in this direction has increased significantly. This, of course, was taken into account by Russia and Belarus when they thought about countermeasures. At the same time, he added that at the moment “there are no plans to physically equip Belarusian systems with nuclear warheads or to transfer such warheads through Belarusian territory.”

Lukashenko’s words

Reminder: at the end of August, self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko hinted at the possibility of converting the Su-24 into nuclear weapons. However, the Su-24 mentioned by Lukashenko was decommissioned in Belarus in 2012 because it had reached the end of its service life and series production of these aircraft ended in 1993. In March, Lukashenko insisted that Belarus would not deploy nuclear weapons and did not have any Plans to do so.

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