Russia faces’severe consequences’ if Putin uses nukes in Ukraine, Warns UK’s FM
Cleverly stated, “He [Putin] must be clear that any use of nuclear weapons for the UK or our allies would fundamentally alter nature of this conflict.”
James Cleverly (British foreign secretary) warned Russia Monday of the “severe consequences” if President Vladimir Putin uses nuclear weapons in Ukraine. Cleverly stated that Russia’s head was “exercising vengeance on the civilians of Ukraine.” Cleverly said that Russia was turning to low-income countries to purchase weaponry in order to compensate for its “military failings.” According to Cleverly, Cleverly stated in Commons that Putin’s troops invaded power stations, and the Kremlin had suspended the UN-brokered wheat export deal because it was suffering an enormous loss on the battlefield.
“The house will have noticed Putin’s reckless talk about nuclear weapons and the absurd claim that Ukraine intends to detonate radiological dirty bombs on its territory. Talk of nuclear use is not being made by any other country. James Cleverly stated that no country is threatening Russia and President Putin.
“He [Putin] must be clear that any use of nuclear weapons by the UK or our allies would fundamentally alter the nature of the conflict. The British Foreign Secretary said that Russia would suffer severe consequences.
Russia suspends grain export deal citing UK’s involvement in Ukrainian drone attacks
The Russian Defense Ministry accused the UK Royal Navy of sabotaging Europe’s 1,230 km twin pipeline infrastructure, the Nord Stream. It runs under Moscow’s Baltic Sea. According to Moscow’s Defense Ministry, British Navy officers destroyed the Nord Stream pipelines last month. They claim they have evidence that concludes an investigation. Russia’s MoD accused the NATO leader of sabotaging the crucial Russian facility. The British defense ministry has yet to respond. According to information available, Royal Navy representatives participated in the planning and execution of a terrorist attack in the Baltic Sea on September 26, to destroy the Nord Stream 1 (and Nord Stream 2) gas pipelines,” the MoD stated in a statement, citing evidence. The UK dismissed the claims as unfounded.
Russia suspended the UN-brokered wheat deal after citing UK Navy’s involvement with the drone attack on its Black Sea Fleet. The UK cleverly appealed to Russia not to hinder grain exports. The UK’s Foreign Minister stated that Russia had suspended its participation to the Black Sea grain Initiative, which allowed for the exportation of 100,000 tones per day of food, even to the poorest countries of the world, over the weekend.
He continued, “Putin is taking vengeance on his military failures against the civilians in Ukraine by cutting off their power supply and water supply and on the poorest people of the world by threatening to end their food supplies.” Cleverly also noted that more than 60% of wheat exported from Ukraine as part of the UN’s Black Sea grain Initiative was sent to low- and middle-income countries like Ethiopia, Yemen, or Afghanistan. It would be inhumane for these lands to be affected by Putin’s failures on the Ukrainian battlefield. I ask Russia to cease preventing this vital initiative which is feeding the hungry around the world, and to allow its extension.
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