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Threat Of Nuclear Attack Gets More Real As Russia Deploys Nuclear Bombers, Finland, Norway At Greater Risk

Nuclear Attack On Europe: Vladimir Putin has deployed 11 nuclear bombers on the Finland-Norway border. British newspaper ‘The Mirror’ has made this claim on the basis of satellite images. The US and European countries allege that Putin’s military general is plotting nuclear attacks on Western countries, especially European countries. The claim of European countries also becomes important because Putin and the Russian Defense Minister have implied that Russia can go to any extent to protect itself.Also Read – American Embassy In India Releases Over 1 Lakh Work Visa Appointments For H&L Categories

Eye on Olenya Air Base

According to the report, on the orders of Putin, 11 Tu-160 nuclear bombers have been deployed at Russia’s Olenya Air Base. In addition, 4 Tu-95s have been deployed at the Kola airbase. Norway’s fact-checking website Faktisk.no has also confirmed this: “Satellite images show 11 strategic bombers 20 miles from Norway” it said. Also Read – Pakistan Is The Most Dangerous Country In The World: Joe Biden

Two weeks ago Israeli newspaper ‘Jerusalem Post’ also said that there was a big stir at Olenya Air Base. Later Israel’s intelligence agency ‘Image Set’ also confirmed this. Also Read – Pakistan One Of The Most Dangerous Nations In World, Says US President Joe Biden

Why the suspicion of nuclear attack?

The possibility of a nuclear attack on Europe is also increasing because Russia’s nuclear bombers are usually stationed at Engel’s air base, 450 km from Moscow. Now they have been removed from there and brought to the border of Finland and Norway.

At the moment it is not clear whether these nuclear bombers have been fitted with nuclear or conventional weapons. This is because they can be used for both types of weapons.

According to the report, as of August 12, there was no nuclear bomber at the Olenya Air Base. Now there are 12 bombers.

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