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Scary/ The world on the verge of nuclear war? Putin signed the agreement with Lukashenko: We will put nuclear weapons in Belarus
Written by SOT.COM.AL 25 Mars 2023
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed an agreement to deploy tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus.
The news was announced by the Russian news agency Tass, which announced that a storage facility for weapons will be built by July 1.
"We agreed with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko that we will deploy tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus without violating the non-proliferation regime," Putin said.
He claimed he would not violate nuclear non-proliferation agreements, as the US already has such weapons stationed in Europe.
What is non-proliferation?
The non-proliferation regime referred to by Putin is an international treaty aimed at preventing the spread of nuclear weapons, keeping them out of the hands of countries that do not yet possess them.
It was signed in 1968 by dozens of countries, including the Soviet Union, the US and Great Britain.
Putin said the weapons to be deployed in Belarus would still be under Russian control.