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In conversation with the President of France, Putin mentioned Hiroshima-Nagasaki

Russian President Vladimir Putin holds talks with French President Emmanuel Macron. During this, he has mentioned the nuclear attacks in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. He said in this conversation that the Second World War is an example that to win the war it is not necessary to attack the main cities of a country.

The surprising thing here is that while Russia is giving assurances of withdrawal from the Western Bank in Khairson, on the other hand President Vladimir Putin, in conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron, expressed concern about the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan. is mentioned. Europe’s leaders are frightened by the nuclear attack Putin has mentioned.

The threat of nuclear war is looming

Since Russia’s attack on Ukraine in February this year, fears of nuclear war are looming around the world. It is going to be a long winter for the residents of the war-torn nation, with military strikes intensifying in Ukraine and the current threat of nuclear war. The Daily Mail reported that Putin said in a conversation with Macron that the nuclear attack on Japan that ended World War II demonstrated that you don’t need to attack major cities to win.

Europe’s leaders are scared

Western leaders are frightened by Putin’s possible decision to use a strategic nuclear weapon to bring a decisive end to the ongoing war in Ukraine. Russia has accused Ukraine of plotting to use a bomb filled with radioactive material in the city of Kherson. Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmitro Kuleba has dismissed the claim. He said that the people of Russia often blame others.