Putin opposed nuclear war


Putin opposed nuclear war

Russia consistently follows the letter and spirit of the Treaty on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, assured the president of the aggressor country.

There can be no winners in a nuclear war, and it must never be unleashed. This was stated by Russian President Vladimir Putin in an address to the participants of the conference to review the operation of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), Interfax reports on Monday, August 1.

“As a state party to the NPT and one of its depositaries, Russia consistently follows the letter and spirit of the Treaty. Our obligations under bilateral agreements with the United States on the reduction and limitation of relevant weapons have also been fully fulfilled. We proceed from the fact that there can be no winners in a nuclear war , and it should never be unleashed, we stand for equal and indivisible security for all members of the world community,” Putin said in his address.

He noted that Russia “attaches great importance to the IAEA safeguards system as a verification mechanism NPT and considers it extremely important to ensure its objective, depoliticized and technically justified application.”

“We are convinced that all countries that comply with the requirements of the NPT should have the right to access peaceful atom without any additional conditions,” – Putin stressed and added that Russia “is ready to share its experience in the field of nuclear energy with partners.”

Previously, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavro c said about the reality of the risk of nuclear war and this danger “should not be underestimated.”

In turn, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, commenting on the likelihood of using nuclear weapons, said that an adequate person does not use it, but Russia can do it.

Also, the Office of the President stated that Putin was discussing a nuclear strike on Ukraine.

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