“We have a military doctrine, everything is written here. Nothing explains it more clearly than what is clearly prescribed,” commented Mr. Grushko.
In June 2020, the foundations of Russia’s policy on nuclear deterrence were adopted in a presidential decree. This document clearly defines the principles of nuclear deterrence as well as the conditions for Russia to use nuclear weapons.
These conditions include the receipt of reliable information about a ballistic missile launch targeting the territory of Russia or its allies, the use of nuclear weapons or other weapons by a Russian adversary. weapons of mass destruction on the territory of Russia or its allies, as well as acts of aggression against Russia using conventional weapons that threaten the very existence of the Russian state, among other things .
Earlier, at the end of April, Igor Kirillov, the head of Russia’s Radiation, Chemical and Biological Defense Forces denied that the US was concerned that Russia could use tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine.
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