The Russian leader, according to the authoritative newspaper, could order an exercise to 'demonstrate his willingness to use weapons of mass destruction'. The three possible scenarios, plus a fourth: it's just a bluffVladimir Putin Photo Video
According to the authoritative London newspaper The Times, Vladimir Putin would be ready to order 'a nuclear exercise on the border with Ukraine'. – laws | Photo | videoRussian rapper Walkie's last words before taking his own life Russian rapper Walkie's last words before taking his own life
THE SUSPICIOUS TRAIN - In this way, the Russian president intends to 'demonstrate his willingness to use weapons of mass destruction with a nuclear test'. It would be a further Kremlin-imposed escalation of the war, as its army loses ground on the battlefield. Difficult to assess whether it is indiscretion compared to a real will of the Russian leader or a bluff. Other sources report the news of a Russian military train of the nuclear division that would have left for Ukraine, in support of which would be a video released on social media which actually films a railway convoy. The same train, however, would have been geolocated in the Moscow region, i.e. at great distances from the border with Ukraine.
THE THREE HYPOTHESIS - Another accredited British newspaper, the Financial Times , lists the three ways in which, according to experts, Russia could resort to its nuclear arsenal: a 'demonstrative' test (like the one hypothesized by Times ), the attack on a key Ukrainian infrastructure or the much more dangerous one for the evolution of the conflict directed towards objectives in NATO territory.