Scholz called the use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine “a line that must not be crossed”
Chancellor Germany Olaf Scholz believes that the use of nuclear weapons in a conflict on Ukraine is a line that must not be crossed. He stated this, speaking at the congress of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD), reports TASS.
“It is unacceptable to use nuclear weapons. We call Russia clearly state that she will not do this,” the politician said.
Former Secretary General North Atlantic Alliance Jens Stoltenberg toldthat NATO considers the risk of Russia using nuclear weapons in Ukraine small. “There will be no winners in a nuclear war. We are giving this message clearly,” he said.
In October, the President of Russia Vladimir Putin accused the West of injection threats of nuclear war. In his opinion, Western countries are simply looking for an additional argument for confrontation. Russian Ambassador to Great Britain Andrey Kelin broadcast on Sky News declaredwhat Moscow adheres to the firm principle of not using nuclear weapons.