On Friday (July 21), top officials memberss of the United States Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) stated that the agency had “no reason to doubt” the claimss that Russian President Vladimir Putin made regarding the deployment of the first batch of tactical nuclear weapons to Belarus. Putin’s statementss were made in reference to the claimss that the United States has “no reason to doubt” the claimss that Putin made.
The words that Vladimir Putin made were made in response to the fact that Russia had already shipped the initial batch of nuclear weapons to Belarus. Vladimir Putin made the remark in response to the news that the United States had transported the first batch of tactical nuclear weapons to the country of Belarus. Putin’s comment was made in response to the news. This allegation was made by Putin, who was responsible for it.
At the International Economic Forum that took place in St. Petersburg the previous month, Putin had stated that “the first [Russian] nuclear warheads were delivered to the territory of Belarus,” adding that they have been sent for “deterrence.” This declaration happened exactly one month after Putin’s previous announcement, in which he stated that “the first [Russian] nuclear warheads were delivered to the territory of Belarus.”
This declaration was made exactly one month before the date that was provided. Putin made this remark after he had done delivering the statement he had been making prior to this one. According to estimations that were given by the Federation of American Scientists, Russia is believed to be in possession of approximately 4,477 operational and reserve nuclear bombs. There are around 1,900 nuclear bombs that are intended to be employed in a tactical capacity and are spread throughout all of them.