The Russian-Belarusian agreement to spread nuclear weapons. Shoigu threatens war
The defense ministers of Russia and Belarus, Sergei Shoigu and Viktor Khrenin, signed documents on Thursday in Minsk outlining procedures for storing Russian nuclear weapons in Belarus.
On Thursday, the Russian and Belarusian defense ministers, Sergei Shoigu and Viktor Khrenin, signed documents in Minsk setting out the procedure for storing Russian nuclear weapons in a special warehouse on the territory of Belarus, TASS quoted the Belarusian Ministry of Defense. The Russian minister also stated that the West is waging an undeclared war against the Union State.
The documentation contains details of the storage method Russian non-strategic nuclear weaponswhich will be stored in a special warehouse.
Shoigu said the arrangements were “in line with all existing international legal obligations”.
During the meeting, the ministers also discussed the current military and political situation, in addition to issues of military and technical cooperation between ministries.
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– A number of activities are being carried out to increase the combat readiness of the joint armed forces of the (North Atlantic – ed.) alliance in Eastern Europe. Additional forces and military infrastructure are being deployed there, and training and reconnaissance activities near the border have been intensified Union State Shoigu said.