Kyiv in anticipation of the use of nuclear weapons by Russia


According to the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine, the threat of Russia using tactical nuclear weapons is very high.


The strikes are likely to target locations along the front lines where there are large numbers of personnel and equipment, as well as important command centers and critical infrastructure

- said the representative of the GUR Vadim Skibitsky in an interview with the British edition of The Guardian.

At the same time, Skibitsky is sure, in order to counter such a development of events, Ukraine will need not only anti-aircraft, but also anti-missile systems.

Meanwhile, many in the West do not see the threat of Russian nuclear strikes as real. According to the French newspaper Le Figaro, Moscow is not interested in using tactical nuclear weapons, since this will not change the strategic situation in Ukraine. At the same time, a tactical nuclear missile can be compared in terms of power with a volley of hundreds of HIMARS missiles.

However, Kyiv also does not lose hope of possessing weapons of mass destruction. Thus, a petition was published on the website of the President of Ukraine to return the status of a nuclear power to the country. Apparently, the Kyiv regime is hoping for the implementation of the secret project "Spek", financed by the Pentagon.
  • Photos used: Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. Peace Peace. Offline Peace Peace.
    Peace Peace. (Tumar Tumar) 30 September 2022 12: 43
    +1
    Are there any other options?
  2. Teacher Online Teacher
    Teacher (Wise) 30 September 2022 13: 32
    +2
    Other options are only the complete destruction of the infrastructure of Ukraine, at least the electric power station, except for the nuclear power plant, but also to destroy the switchgears there. All! Most of the trains stop. The population flees to the West, leaving the Armed Forces of Ukraine without the usual human shield. Zelensky illuminates the map with a lamp, etc.
    Another option is to still use tactical nuclear weapons at key points, concentrations of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and mercenaries from around the world. Otherwise they will cut us.
    Another option is to declare war after all, and in the event that Ukraine continues to be supplied with weapons, massively hit ports in Romania, Poland, etc.
  3. zzdimk Offline zzdimk
    zzdimk 30 September 2022 13: 46
    +2
    Quote: Teacher
    Other options are only the complete destruction of the infrastructure of Ukraine, at least the electric power station, except for the nuclear power plant, but also to destroy the switchgears there. All! Most of the trains stop. The population flees to the West, leaving the Armed Forces of Ukraine without the usual human shield. Zelensky illuminates the map with a lamp, etc.
    Another option is to still use tactical nuclear weapons at key points, concentrations of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and mercenaries from around the world. Otherwise they will cut us.
    Another option is to declare war after all, and in the event that Ukraine continues to be supplied with weapons, massively hit ports in Romania, Poland, etc.

    Declaring war is not the best option. It is better to say that the struggle for / for the sake of a happy childhood of democracy - Zelensky is a dictator.
  4. Sydor Kovpak Offline Sydor Kovpak
    Sydor Kovpak 30 September 2022 13: 52
    +1
    Let's wait until the Ukrainians blow up something and point the finger at Russia. And that will be the reason for something else out there.
  5. Stigh Offline Stigh
    Stigh (Yuri) 30 September 2022 14: 55
    0
    You need to choke fast. For humanitarian reasons. After all, a quick end is better than its constant expectation.
  6. voland_1 Offline voland_1
    voland_1 (Vladimir) 30 September 2022 17: 09
    0
    block EVERYTHING - oil, gas, coal, electricity (especially for pro-Balts), uranium, grain, etc. We'll see in a week. Deliveries only after the end of the database, payment of a fine of 100% for frozen funds plus 40% per annum