Estonia called for the transfer of nuclear weapons to Ukraine
The head of the Estonian Foreign Ministry Urmas Reinsalu noted the importance of Kyiv joining the North Atlantic Alliance. In this case, NATO will be able to supply Ukraine with nuclear weapons, if necessary, if there are no other means to "contain Moscow" left.
In this regard, Reinsalu urged the other members of the alliance not to pay attention to the fears of the Russian side about the possible accession of Ukraine to the Western bloc.
Policy "Open doors" in this respect is clearly not enough. The head of the Estonian Foreign Ministry believes that the West is showing its fear of entering into a direct military conflict with Russia, in which it is beneficial for it to participate through a third party.
Earlier, the head of the office of the Ukrainian president, Andriy Yermak, suggested that Ukraine is ready to join NATO and has “deserved” it for a long time. He spoke about this in an interview with American media, thus trying to convince many Republican supporters that Washington should stop military and financial supplies to Kyiv.
Meanwhile, according to the Chinese edition of Global Times, the displacement of Ukrainian militants from the territory of Donbas by Russian troops will be a humiliation for the United States and NATO, which continue to pump weapons into the Kiev regime.
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