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Ukraine Crisis: ‘no reason needed’ to involve nuclear weapons in Ukraine – Putin says

Western and Russian pioneers shared claims and accusations over one another’s readiness to utilize nuclear weapons, with U.S. President Joe Biden communicating wariness over Russian President Vladimir Putin’s comments that Russia had “no need” to send such weapons to Ukraine.

In earlier weeks, Putin offered a few comments promising to utilize “all means” accessible to safeguard land Moscow claimed as its own — which is generally accepted to incorporate the wrongfully attached Ukrainian domains.

Ukraine keeps on staggering from Russian attacks on its electricity foundation, with power outages in many significant urban areas. Neighbourhood specialists have encouraged inhabitants to limit their power use and will plan pre-arranged power outages to prevent uncontrolled blackouts.

Putin on the Ukraine Crisis
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In the meantime, the Kremlin keeps on charging that Ukraine is planning to utilize a radioactive “dirty bomb” in its own area and claim it on Russia, a case that Ukrainian and Western pioneers say to be a falsehood and a guise to raise the contention.

Russia may before long need another influx’ of assembly, Zelenskyy says

At Kyiv’s solicitation, a group from the U.N. International Atomic Agency Organization will visit Ukraine’s atomic power offices, which Ukrainian authorities say will negate Russia’s allegations.


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy communicated questions about Russian Guard Pastor Sergei Shoigu’s cases that Russia had finished its halfway military preparation.

“Today they are reporting to the enemy about the alleged completion of their mobilization … About the alleged needlessness of new waves of sending Russian citizens to the front. We feel completely different on the front line” Zelenskyy wrote in a Wire post.

Prior, Shoigu met with Russian President Vladimir Putin to declare completion of Putin’s call for a partial military mobilization of 300,000 people. As per Shoigu, 82,000 have previously been shipped off the front line.

“Although Russia is trying to increase the pressure on our positions by using mobilized people, they are so poorly prepared and equipped, so rudely used by the command that it suggests: Russia may soon need a new wave of sending people to war,” Zelenkyy said.

That’s what Zelenskyy said, thus, Ukraine is getting ready for additional Russian activation and hostility, taking note of Iran’s commitments to Russia’s rocket and robot weapons store.

“We are preparing that the current Russian leadership will look for any new opportunities to continue the war. In particular, thanks to his accomplices – in Iran,” he said.

The US reported an extra $275 million in military help to Ukraine, including “arms, weapons, and gear from U.S. Branch of Protection inventories.”

“This drawdown will bring the total U.S. military assistance for Ukraine to an unprecedented level of more than $18.5 billion since the beginning of the Administration,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a proclamation.

It is the “twenty-fourth drawdown of U.S. arms and gear for Ukraine since August 2021,” as per the assertion.

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Tadese Faforiji

I am Tadese Faforiji, a history student of the prestigious Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State- 21st-century University, properly called. I am a blogger and an avid writer.