Ukraine security chief warns of threat from Russian nuclear weapons in Belarus
Oleksiy Danilov, the director of security for Ukraine, issued a warning over the stationing of Russian nuclear weapons in Belarus.
According to Danilov, Ukraine is keeping a careful eye on the situation and is apprehensive about the possibility of Russian assault.
The national security of Ukraine would be seriously threatened by the stationing of Russian nuclear weapons in Belarus.
This warning comes amid worries about Russian forces moving close to the Ukrainian border.
Concerns about the situation have been expressed by the US and the EU,
with the US sending more military hardware to Ukraine.
Russia asserts that the troop moves are related to military drills and denies having any aggressive intentions.
Belarus has additionally refuted any plans to house Russian nuclear weapons.
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