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Blinken criticizes Russia for engaging in 'reckless and dangerous nuclear saber rattling'

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Blinken criticizes Russia for engaging in 'reckless and dangerous nuclear saber rattling'


US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has criticized Russia during the 10th Review Conference of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, which began on Monday, for engaging in "reckless and dangerous nuclear saber rattling". ".

Thus, he added that "there is no place in our world for nuclear deterrence based on force, intimidation or blackmail." "We have to come together to reject this," she said, emphasizing that Washington would only consider the use of nuclear weapons in extreme circumstances, as reported by DPA.

Blinken has also criticized Russia for using the Zaporizhia nuclear plant as a staging ground for attacks against Ukrainian forces, stressing that kyiv was unable to respond for fear they might attack a nuclear reactor or store radioactive waste.

The US secretary of state has also focused on North Korea because, according to him, it is preparing to carry out its seventh round of nuclear tests, while he has indicated that Iran "remains on the path of nuclear escalation" by not agreeing to return to their commitments, as reported by 'The New York Times'.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has pointed out that "there can be no winners in a nuclear war" that "should never be unleashed. "We defend equal and indivisible security for all members of the world community," he stressed.

The Russian president has thus specified that a significant contribution must be made to strengthen the nuclear non-proliferation regime, to guarantee peace, security and stability, according to the TASS news agency.

For his part, the Japanese Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, has indicated that Japan is determined to defend the treaty together with all the parties involved, for which he has raised five points to "join forces" and "achieve a significant result", according to has picked up the NHK chain.

Specifically, it has indicated that it is necessary to extend the period of the treaty, as well as to influence transparency on weapons or reduce global nuclear reserves. He has also raised an initiative - 10 million dollars for the UN - with the aim of teaching young people about atomic bombs.

"We must never tolerate the threat of the use of nuclear weapons, such as the one recently made by Russia," Kishida said in response to the alarm caused by Moscow's actions in Ukraine, adding that "the recent attacks on nuclear facilities by Russia are not should be tolerated," according to the Kyodo news agency.

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