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MP Belik: the West is used to the fact that nuclear weapons can be brought closer to Russia

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The parliamentarian noted that national interests and national security remain among Russia’s priorities.

“Therefore, Russia’s intention to deploy tactical nuclear warheads in Belarus is logical, especially against the background of Britain’s desire to supply Kiev with depleted uranium shells,” he explained.

Belik stressed that the fact that U.S. nuclear bombs are deployed in several European states, including Germany, “in a strange way does not cause concern in the FRG, which demonstrates an extremely selective approach of the collective West to international politics.”

“The West is used to the fact that nuclear weapons can be brought closer to Russia, but not vice versa. At the same time, the West cannot somehow influence this step of Moscow, confining itself to dissatisfied statements and attempts at condemnation,” he added.

Earlier, representatives of the Die Linke faction in the Bundestag remembered that in late March Vladimir Putin announced Russia’s intention to deploy its tactical nuclear weapons on the territory of Belarus. Against this background, they addressed a number of questions to the German government. Among other things, they asked if the Cabinet saw “the risk of nuclear proliferation” because of Moscow’s plans.

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that a storage facility for tactical nuclear weapons would be built in Belarus by July 1.

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