New Delhi: Russian President Putin has given nuclear weapons to Belarus. The President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, said in an interview that nuclear weapons sent from Russia have reached Belarus. Lukashenko also said that this nuclear weapon is three times more dangerous than the atomic attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. For the first time since 1991, Russia has sent its nuclear weapons abroad.
Lukashenko said that six nuclear facilities in the Soviet Union were designated to house these nuclear weapons. He further said that Western countries have been wanting to divide Belarus for a long time. We were on their target till now but not now that will change now. Lukashenko also said that he would deploy these weapons in his border areas.
Putin’s permission would be required to use the weapon
The President of Belarus said that the use of this weapon would require the permission of Russian President Putin. Lukashenko said that we will not be afraid to use this weapon if necessary. All I have to do is call Putin to use this weapon. Although Russia has previously said that the nuclear weapon is in possession of Belarus, it will be controlled by the Russian Atomic Agency.
On March 25, Putin denounced sending weapons to Belarus
On March 25, Russian President Putin announced the sending of this nuclear weapon to Belarus. President Putin said that the President of Belarus was demanding the deployment of nuclear weapons on his territory. Putin says that Russia will now do what America has done for several decades by keeping nuclear weapons in Belgium, Germany, Italy, Netherlands and Turkey. This step by Russia has not been taken to violate any international nuclear treaties and Russia will not do so. Putin also said that the US has deployed weapons on the territory of NATO countries.