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The use of a mysterious weapon may go unnoticed

The war in Ukraine increasingly resembles the First World War, and the first warnings that such a development is possible were heard more than a year ago. Initially, analysts from specialized publications such as Foreign Policy or Bloomberg began talking about it, and now we see gloomy forecasts in widely read media. The question of support for Ukraine becomes more complex, and we witness sharp debates both in the United States and in the changing political landscape of the European Union, where Slovakia has joined traditionally conflicting Hungary, and, worse yet, the Netherlands. So, we need to prepare for both …

TATENA reported on explosions near a nuclear power plant in Ukraine

Rafael Grossi, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), announced on Wednesday that the agency’s experts had reported military activities near a power plant in western Ukraine. Grossi indicated that the TATENA team monitoring the Chornobyl nuclear power plant heard a series of explosions near the facility on Tuesday night, lasting about 20 minutes. While the world’s attention is rightfully focused on the real danger at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, Grossi emphasized that events from the previous night serve as a reminder not to forget about other nuclear power plants in Ukraine, which may also face the …

Nuclear weapons could be used in Ukraine

The use of nuclear weapons to achieve relatively small military goals in the West is considered unimaginable. It is believed that encountering other nuclear powers poses too great a danger of a catastrophe, and the use of nuclear weapons against non-nuclear states is considered immoral, writes Forbes. However, in Moscow, nuclear weapons are evaluated differently. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, with each restructuring of Russia’s military strategy, nuclear weapons have taken on an increasingly important role in the country’s defense strategy. This reflects a different view of the utility of nuclear weapons in conflicts—a view that is not …

USA: Iran may transfer ballistic missiles to Russia

U.S. government is concerned that Iran could provide Russia with ballistic missiles for use in the conflict against Ukraine. In exchange for such support, Russia has offered unprecedented cooperation in the field of defense to Tehran, said John Kirby, the spokesperson for the National Security Council, in Washington on Tuesday. According to him, during the visit to Iran in September, ballistic missiles were shown to Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu. “Therefore, we are concerned that Iran is considering supplying Russia with ballistic missiles for the war in Ukraine,” said Kirby. Ballistic missiles are typically ground-to-ground missiles and, depending on their …

Russians Employ Chemical Weapon in Attack on Ukrainian Forces

Russian troops have reportedly deployed a chemical weapon simultaneously in two sectors of the Ukrainian front, near Bachmut and Svatove, according to the open-source intelligence site “Deep State”. The announcement states, “Two instances of chemical weapon use were recorded in the Svatove and Bachmut directions.” It is claimed that the Russians likely used chloropicrin, which is said to be abundant and has been previously employed against Ukrainian forces. “Deep State” also noted that Avdiivka remains the hottest spot on the front, but Russian forces are simultaneously conducting offensive operations in many other areas, posing significant challenges in managing reserves. “Russia, …

Officially Acknowledging Israel’s Nuclear Weapons?

Russia has responded to the remarks of Israeli Heritage Minister Amihai Eliyahu, who suggested the possibility of using nuclear weapons in the Gaza Strip, by raising “numerous questions.” Maria Zakharova, a spokesperson for the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, added that it seems Israel has acknowledged possessing nuclear weapons, despite maintaining an ambiguous position on this issue for decades. “So, are we hearing official statements about the existence of nuclear weapons?” she asked, and suggested that the International Atomic Energy Agency should conduct an inspection. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned A. Eliyahu’s reprimand and indefinitely suspended him from government …

Castellex commits to save Ukrainian kids

Amidst the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, NBC/ CBRN system manufacturer Castellex has taken a step to protect Ukrainian school children. With Russia’s forces causing destruction, Castellex is making advanced NBC air filtration systems to be installed in schools that have moved to underground shelters. These systems will protect against chemical, biological, and nuclear threats, offering children a safer place to learn. This act of kindness demonstrates Castellex commitment to supporting Ukraine’s young generation during these tough times. It highlights the power of international collaboration as British companies stand by the Ukrainian people in their quest for freedom and safety. Castellex …

Russia accuses Ukraine of the risk of a nuclear disaster following the downing drones

Russia has accused Ukraine of risking a nuclear catastrophe and claimed that its forces have shot down nine Ukrainian drones near the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, the largest nuclear power plant in Europe. The Zaporizhzhia plant, which has been under Russian control since the beginning of March 2022, features six Soviet-made VVER-1000 V-320 pressurized water reactors moderated and cooled by water, using uranium-235 as fuel. Four reactors are reportedly shut down, while two are said to be operating in a “hot shutdown” mode, according to the Russian power plant operator. “The Kyiv regime continues to provoke, seeking to create a …

S. Shoigu: Russia is preparing forces for a “massive” retaliatory nuclear strike

On Wednesday, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that Russia was preparing its forces for a “massive” nuclear strike in response to an “enemy’s nuclear strike” after Russia test-fired ballistic missiles. According to Russia’s Interfax news agency, Shoigu said there would also be training to “deliver a massive strategic strike force nuclear strike in response to an enemy nuclear strike.” Putin watched the test launch of ballistic missiles, the Kremlin said Russian President Vladimir Putin watched ballistic missile exercises remotely on Wednesday, the Kremlin said, hours after Russia began withdrawing its ratification of the landmark nuclear test ban treaty. “Under the …

Russia withdraws from the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

According to a statement on 3rd of October this year, the likelihood of an unexpected nuclear strike is greater than at any time in human history. Moreover, compared with similar previous documents, it is not a hypothetical threat but a very real one. Canadian diplomat Leslie Norton, has already made it clear by stating ‘we can no longer say with certainty that nuclear weapons will not be used’, and has referred primarily to Russia’s actions. What does such a statement mean in diplomatic terms? That there is probably irrefutable evidence to suggest that nuclear weapons could be used in the …

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