WARHUNGRY Vladimir Putin was again seen alongside Russia’s “secret nuclear briefcase” as he visited a spaceport today alongside Belarusian dictator Alexander Kokashenko.
The Russian strongman arrived at the Vostochny Cosmodrome by helicopter as the country celebrated its 60th anniversary Yuri Gagarin The first flight into space.
They concluded for the occasion, put it in He arrived at the scene with his senior military aide who was seen carrying the alleged launcher – just a few days after it happened Cut off at a state funeral.
Its visible presence is believed to be a chilling sign that the mad Russian leader could deploy devastating nuclear weapons in ant time as he continues his bloody invasion of Ukraine.
Today he did nothing to ease those tensions because he pledged to do so Russia It will continue its military action in Ukraine until its goals are achieved.
He pointed out that the campaign is going according to plan, and claimed that it is not moving faster because Russia wants to reduce losses, before adding that the war will not stop until the “determined” tasks are carried out.
Asked by RSA workers whether the operation in Ukraine would achieve its goals, Putin said: “Certainly. I have absolutely no doubts.”
Its goals are quite clear and noble, and there is no doubt that the goals will be achieved.”
After that, Putin added of Western sanctions imposed on it, “the blitzkrieg on which our enemies were counting did not succeed.”
The Russian strongman then claimed that Ukraine backed down on proposals it made during talks with Russian negotiators in Istanbul, leading to a dead end in the talks and leaving Moscow with no choice but to go ahead with its offensive.
It came as his partner in crime for the day, Kukasheknko, he insisted Belarus You must participate in negotiations to resolve the ongoing conflict.
He said the nation was unfairly described as a “partner of the aggressor.”
But this week, the system is said to have moved into its terrifying second phase amidst their fears Chemical weapons unleashed In the besieged city of Mariupol.
The substance, believed to have been released on Monday, was reported to have caused breathing problems for soldiers, including “respiratory failure” and “tactic vestibular syndrome.”
Andrei Beletsky, commander of the Azov Volunteer Regiment, said three people in the area had tested “Poisoning with chemicals of warbut without dire consequences.
UK Foreign Secretary, les trussHe said work is underway to verify the allegations, adding: “Any use of such weapons would be a cruel escalation in this conflict and we will stop [Vladimir] put it in And his accounting system.”
Meanwhile, the Armed Forces Minister, James Hebei, said all options would be on the table in response to any Russian use of chemical weapons in Ukraine, said James Heby, the Armed Forces Minister.
“There are some things that are beyond huge limits, the use of chemical weapons will get a response, and all options are on the table for what that response could be,” Hebei told Sky News.
British officials reportedly suspect that Russia is Ready to fire Molotov cocktails On the citizens, who burn themselves at a temperature of up to 2,700 ° C, trying to conquer eastern Ukraine.
Ukraine He warned that the Donbass offensive could begin within days and urged civilians to flee.
But Western sources said it would take a “long time” for Moscow to reach its power.
They claimed morale among Russian front-line forces It was in the gutter.
One of the sources said: “We have seen numbers of forces that are not ready to fight and refuse to participate in operations.”
“It is still not clear how they will overcome some of the morale problems they will encounter with their forces.
“We know they have issues with their leadership and control.”
An eight-mile-long convoy of Russian armor was seen moving south through eastern Ukraine on Saturday.
It is part of a ploy to encircle and isolate the Ukrainian forces defending the Donbass front line from the rear.