On October 3, The Times, citing Polish military analyst Konrad Muzyka, published an article on the logistics of Russian nuclear weapons. According to media reports, NATO has warned its allies about Putin's likely intention to use weapons of mass destruction on the border with Ukraine.
The Russian army is suffering defeat after defeat, sanctions bind Russia, citizens are protesting against the president, and even China has turned its back on the Kremlin. Once in these conditions, Putin showed his plans for a larger escalation with nuclear weapons. According to Konrad Muzyka, a Russian train of a secret nuclear division is currently moving towards the border with Ukraine.
"...the train spotted in central Russia was linked to the 12th main directorate of the Russian ministry of defence and that it was "responsible for nuclear munitions, their storage, maintenance, transport and issuance to units," The Times citing Konrad Muzyka.
Yesterday, an authoritative American publication published information about the redeployment of the Russian Poseidon nuclear warhead, but the information was quickly refuted. We remind you that Putin spends millions of dollars on disinformation and bribery of representatives of the supreme power around the world.