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Putin warns of nuclear war if NATO deploys troops in Ukraine

Putin's nuclear threat came in response to French President Emmanuel Macron's proposal to send NATO forces to Ukraine.

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Putin warns of nuclear war if NATO deploys troops in Ukraine

MOSCOW, 29 Feb: Russian President Vladimir Putin, during his address to the nation two weeks before the presidential election, expressed the chances of a nuclear war if European countries deploy their troops in Ukraine.

Addressing parliament and other senior officials, Putin said, “There are talk of sending NATO troops to our territory, but we know the destiny of those who have already sent troops to our territories. And now the consequences of any possible intervention would be dire”.

“They should realize that we also have weapons that can target their areas. All these things can turn into a confrontation in the form of a nuclear war and the destruction of civilization. Don’t they know that?” Putin said.

Putin’s nuclear threat came in response to French President Emmanuel Macron’s proposal to send NATO forces to Ukraine.

Putin said that Western leaders remember the fates of Hitler and Napoleon, who tried to take over our country in the past.

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