The world should ‘ready’ for Putin to launch a nuclear attack, according to Zelensky.

President Volodymyr Zelensky warned that the world should “prepare” for Russian President Vladimir Putin to deploy nuclear weapons in his invasion of Ukraine, and recommended the preparation of air-raid shelters and anti-radiation medicine.

In a Sunday interview with CNN, Zelensky was questioned if Putin would use chemical or nuclear tactical weapons in Ukraine to achieve his military objectives.

In an interview with Jake Tapper from his presidential office in Kyiv, Zelensky said, “Not only me – the entire world, all of the countries, all of the countries, all of the countries, all of the countries, all of the countries, all of the countries, all of the countries, all of the countries, all of the countries, all of the countries, all of the countries, all of the countries, all of the countries, all of the countries, all of the countries, all of the countries, all

“Chemical weapons, they should do it, they could do it; the lives of the people are meaningless to them.” “This is why,” Zelensky explained. “We should think not to be fearful, but to be ready.” But, I believe, it is not a matter for Ukraine, but rather for the entire globe.”

a ground-based intercontinental ballistic missile was launched from the Plesetsk facility in northwestern Russia.

Zelensky warned of the probable risk of a nuclear attack in an interview with Ukrainian media on Saturday night. ​

“We should not wait until Russia decides to use nuclear weapons to intervene….” “We have to be ready for that,” the Ukrainian president added. ​

“Anti-radiation medicine and air raid shelters would be required,” he added, adding that Russia “can employ any weapon,” as he believes.

Intercontinental ballistic missiles are launched by the Vladimir Monomakh nuclear submarine of the Russian navy from the Sera of Okhotsk, Russia, Saturday, Dec. 12, 2020.Russian forces that withdrew from Kyiv have since regrouped and are preparing for a full-scale attack.

Zelensky warned of the probable risk of a nuclear attack in an interview with Ukrainian media on Saturday night. ​

“We should not wait until Russia decides to use nuclear weapons to intervene….” “We have to be ready for that,” the Ukrainian president added. ​

“Anti-radiation medicine and air raid shelters would be required,” he added, adding that Russia “can employ any weapon,” as he believes.

CNN's Jake Tapper sits down for an exclusive interview with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the presidential palace in KyivCNN’s Jake Tapper sits down for an exclusive interview with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the presidential palace in Kyiv.

“Given the potential desperation of President Putin and the Russian leadership, given the military setbacks that they’ve suffered thus far, none of us can take lightly the threat posed by a possible resort to tactical nuclear weapons or low-yield nuclear weapons,” Burns said during a speech at Georgia Tech University last Thursday. ​

Since the invasion of Crimea in 2014, Russian forces that withdrew from Kyiv have regrouped and are preparing for a full-scale offensive in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine, where Russian-backed militias have been supporting separatist organizations.

Zelensky claimed that the action, which might be reminiscent of World War II’s open field engagements, could “affect” the entire war for Ukraine, and swore that his forces would not surrender.

Russian President Vladimir Putin

“This is why it’s critical for us to refuse to allow them, to stand our position, because this battle… has the potential to change the course of the war,” Zelensky said on CNN.

“Because I don’t have faith in the Russian military and leadership.”

That is why we recognize that just because we beat them off and they fled, from Kyiv – from the north, from Chernihiv, and in that direction – doesn’t mean that if they capture Donbas, they won’t move even closer to Kyiv,” he explained. ​

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