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NATO countries will discuss the "secret document" about the nuclear plans of Russia

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NATO countries will discuss the "secret document" about the nuclear plans of Russia

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Next week, the defense ministers of NATO member countries will hold a meeting, where they discussed a secret document about the possible use of Russian nuclear weapons.

This writes Die Welt.

"Faced with the growing tension in relations with Russia, NATO wants to consult at a meeting of defense ministers of the Russian nuclear strategy. The basis of the talks will be a secret document that prepared the NATO leadership, "- said in a statement.

The participants want to analyze how Russian President Vladimir Putin may use nuclear weapons in a confrontation with the West, and what the consequences of this for NATO.

As the publication of high-ranking diplomat, NATO, the alliance "deeply concerned about Russia's nuclear strategy."

"Nuclear weapons play in the new Russian strategy of so-called hybrid war an important role," - he added.

As you know, earlier in the Russian Federation said that Moscow intends to expand its nuclear arsenal and buy more than 40 new intercontinental ballistic missiles for nuclear forces before the end of the year.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said that these missiles are able to "break through even the most technologically advanced air defense system."

In turn, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg criticized the plans of the Russian Federation and announced the "danger" of such steps.

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