WASHINGTON, Sep. 17 (Moose Gazette) –
The president of the United States, Joe Biden, has warned the Russian authorities this Saturday of the risk that the use of nuclear weapons in the Ukraine war would entail.
“They would be even more global outcasts than they already are,” Biden told CBS. Asked how Washington would react in that case, Biden has responded evasively. “Do you think I would tell you if I knew exactly what we were going to do? Of course I’m not going to tell you,” he said.
However, he has made it clear that there would be consequences because “it would change the face of war.” “It would be something not seen since World War II,” she explained in advance of the interview that will be broadcast in full on Sunday.
Meanwhile, the commander of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer, explained from Tallinn that Western military aid is making a difference in Ukraine and has assured that they will support kyiv “as long as necessary”.
“The ammunition, material and training that the allies and other countries are giving are really making a difference on the battlefield,” Bauer said. The latest Ukrainian territorial advance assumes that “Ukraine has fundamentally changed modern warfare.”
Bauer explained that the Ukrainian Army uses weapons “in ways that we normally do not use them.”