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Putin escalates Ukraine war, threatens nuclear use
By: News Editor
Wed, 21 Sep 2022   ||   Russia, Moscow

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday, has ordered Russia’s first mobilisation since World War II.
Putin said he was not bluffing when disclosed that he was ready to use nuclear weapons to defend Russia.
The President in a televised address to Russians said; “If the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, we will, without doubt, use all available means to protect Russia and our people – this is not a bluff.’’
Putin accused the United States, European Union and Britain for encouraging Ukraine to send Military Operations into Russia and in the biggest escalation of the ongoing war since Moscow’s invasion in Feb 24th, Putin has raised the spectre of a nuclear conflict with a plan to annex a chunk of Ukraine the size of Hungary.
The Russian leader also announced a partial military mobilisation, stating that 300,000 reservists will be called up.
He said;“In its aggressive anti-Russian policy, the West has crossed every line.”
“This isn’t a bluff. And those who try to blackmail us with nuclear weapons should know that the weathervane can turn and point towards them.’’
Recall that Russian President Vladimir Putin, had ordered the invasion of Ukraine due to Political differences between both Countries. Russia and Ukraine have been fighting for over six months.


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