Lukashenko warns world: 'Moscow has begun transferring nuclear weapons to Belarus'

The revelations of the Belarusian president do not bode well. But the United States replies: 'After the agreement between Russia and Belarus we will not change our nuclear posture'. Denmark and the Netherlands will lead the training of Ukrainian pilots in the use of the F-16. The Pentagon: 'Given so far to Kiev 65 billion for security'

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Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko reveals: 'Moscow has begun to transfer nuclear weapons to our country'. But the United States is not changing its nuclear policy. Attack by pro-Russian hackers on the Viminale, on the website of the electronic identity card. Denmark and the Netherlands will lead the training of Ukrainian pilots in the use of F-16 . The Pentagon does the math of aid: 'Given so far 65 billion for security in Kiev.' The Ukrainian alarm: 'The Kherson region is completely mined'. And Zelensky says: 'Two Russian planes shot down in the Zaporizhzhia region.' - photo | video 1 | video 2 | video 3 | video 4 | video 5 | video 6 | video 7 | video 8

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NUCLEAR WAR - The great fear of nuclear power is taking shape: Vladimir Putin, as he announced two months ago, has begun to transfer nuclear weapons to Belarus. This was confirmed by the president of Minsk, Alexander Lukashenko, quoted by the Tass : 'Putin informed me that today he signed a decree on our actions to bring nuclear weapons to Belarus.' However, Lukashenko does not say more, refusing to reveal the number of nuclear warheads received. It wasn't even clear, while he was in Moscow for a regional summit, whether these weapons have already arrived on his territory: 'It's possible. I'll come and check.' White House spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre says the US will not change its nuclear posture: 'There is no reason to do so'. And she added that “we will continue to monitor the situation”.

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THE FRONT LINE - The battles on Ukrainian territory continue. The official representative of the Russian Defense Ministry, Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov, explains the situation on the ground: “Over the past day, Russian air defense systems shot down 28 Ukrainian drones and intercepted 8 multiple rocket launchers Himars ”. Drones were allegedly destroyed in Kharkiv, Lugansk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson regions. And precisely from Kherson comes the alarm of the Ukrainian Interior Minister, Ihor Klymenko: “We thought that the Kiev region was heavily mined, then it turned out that the Chernihiv region was even more mined. That of Kharkiv is even more so and that of Kherson is completely undermined. We know how many mines land on the coast of the Kherson region every day, and we receive relevant data every day. And these areas will need to be re-inspected.' Moscow confirms that it has intercepted two American bombers over the Baltic, forcing them to move away, while Volodymyr Zelensky claims the downing of two Kremlin aircraft in the Zaporizhzhia region: “I am grateful to two of our particularly accurate warriors. By the way, one of them has already been awarded the title of Hero of Ukraine and shot down not only enemy aircraft but also a missile cruise ”. On the Russian front, Moscow's army hit an enemy missile in the Rostov region, as local governor Vasily Golubev explains: 'The Russian air defense system went into action near Morozovsk, shooting down a Ukrainian missile. The military is doing its job.' Andrii Yusov, representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Defense Ministry in Kiev, does not hide his intentions, namely to capture Putin and hand him over to the International Criminal Court: “The Hague is inevitable for Putin. And in this situation, it's even better that he's alive in court. And he really is the number one target from the point of view of detention and surrender to the International Court and the Tribunal in The Hague. Ukraine is a civilized state and acts in a civilized manner.”

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THE ARMS RACE - The Kiev leader had a face-to-face meeting with the Stockholm government, as he himself recounts in a message on Telegram: “Meeting with Swedish Defense Minister Paul Johnson. Important and priority issues: the air coalition, the situation at the front, the necessary weapons, the peace formula, the Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine and the support of Sweden. We are getting stronger every day.' Meanwhile, the head of the Pentagon Lloyd Austin is counting the aid: “In total, the contact group for Ukraine has committed almost 65 billion dollars in security assistance. Putin hoped our resolve would fade. And he bet our unit would crack. Instead, we stick together as always. And the whole world can see it.' The ferment around the sending of fighters continues: Denmark and the Netherlands will lead the training program for the Ukrainian air force in the use of F-16 . Explains the interim Danish Defense Minister Troels Lund Poulsen: “The first step is to identify the countries willing to participate in the training mission, and we are doing it now. Denmark is ready to play a central role together with the Netherlands. He agrees that this represents an important long-term strategic step. Whether this will mean Denmark will also donate F-16s to Ukraine is still being clarified.” However, Sweden specifies that it will not lend its aircraft to Kiev. The British Ministry of Defense writes on Twitter: “Nearly 18 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance due to the Kremlin's actions. Russia's illegal invasion of Ukraine has resulted in a major humanitarian crisis affecting millions of civilians across the country. Despite the Kremlin's claims not to attack civilians or civilian infrastructure.' And in Italy there is a new hacker attack by the pro-Russian collective NoName057 , this time at the Viminale, where the internet domain was hit to obtain the electronic identity card. The text of the claim that appeared on Telegram reads: “Italy is ready to provide material support to Ukraine, but awaits decisive steps from the allies. It is by no means an independent country. Luckily, while we are able to make decisions for ourselves, we went into the Russophobic Italian internet space and hit an electronic ID card website.” The Vatican's peace mission entrusted to Cardinal Matteo Zuppi continues, according to whom the war is allegedly involving Pope Francis 'to the point of tears'. Finally, in Moscow, the Foreign Ministry summoned the ambassadors of Germany, Sweden and Denmark to protest against the 'complete lack of results' of the investigation into the sabotage of the Nord Stream.

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