US ‘changes strategic posture if necessary’ on ‘Putin’s use of nuclear weapons’

John Kirby, White House National Security Council Strategic Communications Coordinator. UPI Yonhap news

The White House National Security Council (NSC) said on the 21st (local time) that Russian President Vladimir Putin “takes very seriously” the suggestion of the possible use of nuclear weapons when he ordered the military to be mobilized.

John Kirby, the NSC’s Strategic Communications Coordinator, appeared on ABC today and was asked his opinion on President Putin’s suggestion that the use of nuclear weapons was not blasphemous. It’s an irresponsible investigation to say something like that.”

“We are doing our best to monitor Russia’s strategic posture,” he said. “If we have to change, we will. But there is no indication that this needs to be done at the moment.”

Earlier, Putin, in calling the order to send the army, mentioned the nuclear threat of Western countries to Russia and said, “Russia also has various methods of destruction.” ” he said.

Coordinator Kirby said the countermeasures would have “serious consequences” if Russia used nuclear weapons.

He also pointed out that Russia’s military mobilization order is a “clear sign that it is struggling” and that there is “a clear problem with the military.” “Russia has suffered tens of thousands of casualties and military morale and unit cohesion are terrible,” he said.

Regarding the Russian referendum to annex occupied territories in Ukraine, Coordinator Kirby said, “regardless of the fake referendum, it is Ukrainian territory.”

In this regard, one of the senior officials of the US government met with reporters and explained that it was Rush’s only legal logic to justify the use of nuclear weapons, White House Pool reporters reported.

“Russia will consider any attempt by Ukraine to regain its territory as an attack on Russia if the fake referendum is passed,” he said. “This is an act of weakness, not confidence,” he said. “Other countries will not accept Putin’s claims.”

“We are sending a clear message to Russia about the consequences of escalation,” he said.

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