NATO warns Putin: 'The use of nuclear weapons would have serious consequences'

NATO warns: 'Serious consequences if Putin uses nuclear weapons'. And in the night the former head of the CIA David Petraeus does not use half measures: 'The US could destroy Russian troops in Ukraine'. Italy summons Ambassador Razov

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NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg warns Vladimir Putin: 'Serious consequences if he uses nuclear weapons'. But which ones? For the general and former head of the CIA David Petraeus there are no doubts: the US and NATO would intervene to 'eliminate' Russian troops in Ukraine. New weapons arriving in Kiev from Norway, Denmark and Germany. Italy summons Ambassador Razov over Nord Stream sabotage. Pope Francis urges the Kremlin to stop and Zelensky to open up to peace proposals. - Photo | video 1 | video 2 | video 3 | video 4 | video 5 | video 6

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VERSO KHERSON- The shadow of the atomic bomb extends over the war. According to NATO, the Russian nuclear-powered submarine K-329 Belgorod, capable of carrying nuclear warheads ten thousand km away, is moving in the Arctic. The suspicion is that it may test the Poseidon in the Kara Sea, a 24-metre torpedo capable of carrying a two-megaton atomic warhead, such as to cause a 'radioactive tsunami'. Meanwhile, Kiev's forces are advancing towards Kharkiv and Kherson, as confirmed by US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin. In the night they approached the city of Berislav. And Volodymyr Zelensky announces on the radio: “We have already liberated the inhabitants of Arkhanhelske and Myrolyubivka”. And while weapons worth 92 million euros are arriving from Denmark, Germany and Norway, the Ukrainian leader says he is sure of joining NATO: 'Nine NATO countries have supported Ukraine's aspirations to become a full member of the Alliance. We are moving in this direction. I am sure that we will realize this project of ours”.

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THE NUCLEAR RISK - An aspiration that Jens Stoltenberg, NATO secretary general, continues to contain: “The main priority now among the allies is to support Ukraine. They need more support, ongoing support. NATO has an open door policy and every nation, including of course Ukraine, has the right to choose its own path, but at the same time any decision on membership must be unanimous, all 30 allies must be agreed. 'agreement'. At the Nbc Stoltenberg is above all concerned with publicizing NATO's line in the event that Moscow uses nuclear weapons, even at 'low intensity', as the Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov crazily hopes for: 'Any use of nuclear weapons will have serious consequences for Russia'. He does not enter into the merits of the possible reaction of the West. But David Petraeus, former head of the CIA, says ad Abc : “Just to give you a guess, I think we would respond by leading a NATO team that would eliminate every Russian conventional force that we can see and identify on the battlefield in the Ukraine and also in the Crimea and every ship in the Black Sea. A nuclear attack could not stay without answer. But it doesn't have to be a major answer: it's not nuclear for nuclear's sake. You don't want, again, to go into a nuclear escalation but you have to show that this cannot be accepted in any way.'

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RUSSIAN AMBASSADOR SUMMONED - Berlin has summoned Russian ambassador to Germany Sergey Nechayev following the annexation of the four Ukrainian regions to the Federation. In Italy, however, the Minister of Transition Roberto Cingolani summoned Moscow's ambassador to Rome Sergey Razov 'to clarify the situation of the sabotage of Nord Stream 1 and 2. A point will also be made on the war, and any diplomatic attempt is welcome and constructive to get to the end of the conflict”. But right on Nord Stream, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak tells Rossiya-1 television: “Accidents like this have never occurred before. Undoubtedly, there are some technical ways to restore infrastructure, but this takes time and the necessary means. I'm sure appropriate ways will be found. But at this point, we proceed with the awareness that the first thing to do is to investigate who did this'.

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STAY UNITED - The President of the European Council Charles Michel, in his letter of invitation to the EU countries in Prague, writes that 'Russia's war in Ukraine, energy and the economic situation' will be discussed on 6 and 7 October. And he adds: 'More than ever, the key will be our ability to stick together and coordinate our political response, in a spirit of solidarity and in defense of our common interests.' But if Emmanuel Macron calls Zelensky and invites him to work together on new sanctions, it is more than evident how the European united front is creaking: on the one hand Viktor Orban who is submitting the measures against Russia to a referendum (also rejected by Marine Le Pen in France), on the other the lack of agreement on the price cap, with Germany which has put a shield of 200 billion on price increases, providing direct aid to its companies. In the increasingly heated climate, Pope Francis dedicates a reflection to the conflict before the Angelus: 'My appeal is addressed first of all to the President of the Russian Federation, imploring him to stop this spiral of violence and death, also out of love for his people. On the other hand, saddened by the immense suffering of the Ukrainian population following the aggression suffered, I address an equally confident appeal to the President of Ukraine to be open to serious peace proposals. I insistently ask all the protagonists of international life and the political leaders of nations to do everything in their power to put an end to the war in progress, without getting involved in dangerous escalations, and to promote and support dialogue initiatives'.