Putin's Victory Day speech fact-checked

Практическая стрельба за рубежом. Фото, анонсы, условия участия, отчеты.
  • Автор
  • Сообщение
Не в сети
Аватара пользователя
Новичок
Новичок
Сообщения: 27
Зарегистрирован: 07 фев 2022, 12:53
Оружие: пистолет
Клуб: Южный стрелок
Команда: пистолет

Putin's Victory Day speech fact-checked

Непрочитанное сообщение geemong »

Putin's Victory Day speech fact-checked


Изображение


President Putin has addressed a military parade in Moscow to mark victory over Nazi Germany in 1945, and made a number of claims about Ukraine and Nato.

สมัครสมาชิกสล็อต Normally, man, we can't play every game anyway. If you choose to play a game that you like, slot games that are easy to break.

We've checked some of the things he said.


"Kyiv has declared that it could obtain nuclear weapons"
President Putin has repeatedly said Ukraine plans to acquire nuclear weapons as a justification for Russia's invasion, although there's no evidence this is the case.

When it was part of the former Soviet Union, Ukraine did have nuclear weapons, but gave these up in the 1990s in return for security guarantees from the US, UK and Russia.

Last year, the Ukrainian ambassador to Germany, Andriy Melnyk, suggested if Ukraine couldn't join Nato, it might have to reconsider its nuclear-free status.

"Either we are part of an alliance such as Nato... or we have the only option - to arm by ourselves, and maybe think about nuclear status again."
Ответить