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U.S. intelligence officers informed reporters on Friday that there’s ‘no motive to doubt’ Russian President Vladimir Putin’s claims that he moved nuclear weapons into Belarus, in keeping with CNN.

Senior Protection Intelligence Company officers additionally stated they don’t consider the motion alters the worldwide nuclear panorama or will increase the chance of nuclear assault, the outlet reported.

Putin introduced in June that Russia had delivered its first nuclear warheads into Belarus as a part of a plan to deploy tactical nuclear bombs within the nation bordering Ukraine.

“This can be a deterrence measure [against] all those that take into consideration Russia and its strategic defeat,” he stated on the time.

The Russian president additionally claimed that it was solely “the primary batch,” the Russian state-run outlet TASS reported. “We’ll full this work by the top of this yr.”

Because the Russia-Ukraine struggle nears its 18th month, the intel officers stated they’d no motive to doubt “that [Russia has] had some success” in transferring the weapons, which Putin known as a “deterrence” towards “all those that take into consideration Russia and its strategic defeat.” 

Whereas they didn’t go into element about what made them come to their determination, the officers acknowledged that the weapons have been tough to trace — even with satellites.

Putin first introduced plans to retailer tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus in March, saying their placement is a response to U.S. nuclear weapons in close by European international locations and Turkey. He stated their actions have been no completely different than what america is doing.

“We’re doing what they’ve been doing for many years, stationing them in sure allied international locations, getting ready the launch platforms and coaching their crews,” Putin stated on the time, as reported by a number of media shops. “We’re going to do the identical factor.”

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko additionally stated that he wouldn’t hesitate to make use of the weapons if provoked.

“Now we have obtained the missiles and bombs from Russia… Not all of them, little by little,” Lukashenko stated in June.

“God forbid I’ve to decide to make use of these weapons right now, however there could be no hesitation if we face an aggression,” he added.

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