Biden warned of "Armageddon" in a nuclear strike on Ukraine

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Biden warned of "Armageddon" in a nuclear strike on Ukraine
Biden warned of "Armageddon" in a nuclear strike on Ukraine
7 October, 09:42In the worldPhoto: naked-science.ru
US President Joe Biden assesses as a very real threat of Russia's use of nuclear weapons in the conflict on the territory of Ukraine.

Biden said he believes that for the first time since the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962, "the prospect of Armageddon" has loomed over the world.

“For the first time since the Cuban Missile Crisis, we have a direct threat of the use of nuclear weapons, if in fact everything continues the way they were going”, - Forbes quotes Biden.

Biden added that the world "has not faced the prospect of Armageddon since Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis".

Recall that in 1962 the USSR and the USA, which at that moment were led by John F. Kennedy and Nikita Khrushchev, were on the verge of using nuclear weapons in connection with the deployment of Soviet missiles in Cuba.

Earlier, on September 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on partial mobilization for the further participation of the Russian army in a military special operation on the territory of Ukraine. At the same time, Putin accused the Western countries of "nuclear blackmail". He recalled that the Russian Federation has a nuclear potential. “To protect Russia and our people, we will certainly use all the means at our disposal. It's not a bluff", - he said.

Deputy Chairman of the Security Council and ex-President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev also did not rule out the possibility of Russia using nuclear weapons. Medvedev suggested that a Russian nuclear strike would prove unresponsive.

However, the former head of the CIA, David Petraeus, objected to this that the reaction from the United States in this case would certainly follow.

“We will destroy all Russian troops that we find in Ukraine, including Crimea, as well as the Black Sea Fleet”, - he said.

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