Russia threatens US again with Nuclear war

Russia threatens US again with Nuclear war.

The Russian embassy again warned the US, claiming that Washington’s actions in the international arena put the nuclear-armed powers in imminent danger of warfare. 

According to a statement posted by the embassy on its Telegram channel, “Today, the United States continues to behave with no regard to other nations’ security and interests, which adds to a rise in nuclear hazards.”

The move by the US to escalate its hybrid conflict with Russia over the Ukrainian situation, according to the statement, “is fraught with unforeseen escalation and a direct military collision of nuclear powers.”

The embassy noted that Washington recently withdrew from two significant arms control agreements, the 1992 Treaty on Open Skies, which permitted surveillance flights over each other’s territories, and the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, which outlawed certain classes of land-based missiles.

The embassy pleaded with the US to “examine more closely at its own nuclear strategy rather than leveling baseless charges against nations whose worldviews do not align with the American ones.”

The ambassadors said that their nation “faithfully performs its commitments as a nuclear-weapon state and takes every effort to mitigate nuclear hazards.” The declaration comes after the US accused Moscow of concealing its forces at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power facility in southern Ukraine.

Russian forces took over the biggest factory in Europe early on in Moscow’s military campaign against Ukraine, which began in late February. 

But, according to RT, it is still operating with Ukrainian employees under Russian command.