“Ukraine has received additional security commitments from the United States to develop its defense cooperation,” said Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba.
“We have received additional commitments from the United States on how our defense cooperation will evolve,” he told reporters.
The Kremlin has again raised the issue of the use of nuclear weapons in the war with Ukraine, as Russian forces struggled to hold a key city in the south of the country.
Dmitry Medvedev, the former president of Russia who is the vice-president of the country’s Security Council, said Moscow could strike against an enemy using only conventional weapons, while Defense Minister Vladimir Putin claimed that nuclear “readiness” was a priority. .
“We have a special document on nuclear deterrence. This document clearly indicates the reasons why the Russian Federation is entitled to use nuclear weapons. There are some of them, let me remind you: The number one is the situation when Russia is hit by a nuclear missile. The second case is any use of other nuclear weapons against Russia or its allies. The third is an attack on a critical infrastructure that will have paralyzed our nuclear deterrents. “And the fourth case is when there is an act of aggression against Russia and its allies, which endangered the existence of the country itself, even without the use of nuclear weapons, that is, with the use of conventional weapons,” he said.
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