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In Crimea, the West announced the unilateral abolition of the nuclear deterrence doctrine – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Date: July 18, 2024 Time: 03:43:14

“They are trying to convince us that everything that flies from the territory of Ukraine towards the heads of Russian citizens has nothing to do with the United States or European countries,” he said. At the same time, it is openly stated that even the designation of targets for attack is carried out by Western instructors, RIA Novosti writes.

According to the permanent representative, through a subtle psychological operation of “disorientation” by Moscow, our country’s opponents are unilaterally abolishing the doctrine of nuclear deterrence, which until now protected the world from a global nuclear conflict. Russia should not fall into this trap under any circumstances, Muradov emphasized.

If long-range missiles supplied to Ukraine are used against the territory of the Russian Federation, then Western countries must be clearly warned that they, the initiators and gunners of the missiles will receive a response, the agency’s interlocutor noted.

Preserving the doctrine of nuclear deterrence in its actual interpretation is the only tool to prevent the world from nuclear collapse, the permanent representative emphasized.

At the same time, Muradov added, for now the West adheres to the logic that, in response to the missile attacks, Russia should bomb Ukraine, but under no circumstances touch Western countries, which supposedly “have nothing to do with that”.

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia is closely following Western proposals to carry out attacks on the territory of our country. NATO must be aware of what it is playing with, the Russian leader emphasized.

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