Putin: ‘Avoid nuclear war’. The UN: ‘A miscalculation is enough for the nuclear holocaust’ – World

“There can be no winners in one nuclear war and it should never be unleashed “: the Russian president said so Vladimir Putin, quoted by the Russian state news agency Tass. “We start from the fact that there can be no winners in a nuclear war and it should never be unleashed, and we advocate equal and indivisible security for all members of the world community,” Putin said according to Tass. The Russian president also stated that “as a State party” of the Nuclear Weapons Non-Proliferation Treaty “and one of its custodians, Russia consistently follows the letter and spirit of the treaty”. This was reported by Interfax taking up a message from Putin addressed to the participants of a conference to monitor the implementation of the Nuclear Weapons Non-Proliferation Treaty. “Ours too obligations resulting from the bilateral agreements with the United States on the reduction and limitation of relevant weapons were fully respected“Putin said, according to Interfax.

“After the brutal and unprovoked aggression of Ukraine, which tore apart peace in Europe and poses a threat to international law, the Russia must demonstrate that she is ready to resume a commitment a dialogue with the United States for the control of nuclear weapons“. He stated, instead, Joe Biden on the occasion of the Tenth Conference of the Nuclear Weapons Non-Proliferation Treaty. The American president stressed that the China it is responsible for “initiating negotiations that reduce the risk of miscalculations and destabilizing military dynamics”.

The United States, on the other hand, is committed to preventing theIran does not possess the atomic bomb. The statement follows the announcement by the head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization Mohammed Eslami according to which theIran is technically capable of building the atomic bomb but “this goal is not planned at the moment”.

“A miscalculation is enough for thenuclear holocaust“. Ѐ the warning issued by the UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, on the occasion of the Tenth Conference of the Nuclear Weapons Non-Proliferation Treaty. “We have been extraordinarily lucky so far. But luck is not a strategy. Nor is it a shield against the geopolitical tensions that lead to the nuclear conflict,” said Guterres. “Today, humanity just needs one miscalculation for a nuclear holocaust”, he pointed out, inviting nations to “be united in a new path towards a world free from nuclear weapons”. “The elimination of nuclear weapons is the only guarantee that they will never be used”, was the appeal of the secretary general who added that he will go to Hiroshima for the anniversary of the bombing of August 6, 1945 by the United States. .