Poland Ready To Join NATO's Nuclear Sharing Program In Light Of Russian Nukes In Belarus
While Russia says it is maintaining control of the nuclear weapons, Belarus claims that it has control of the weapons, and is creating an algorithm for their use.
WARSAW - Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that Poland is now ready to join NATO’s nuclear sharing program which would allow NATO-allied countries to deploy nuclear warheads on its territory, in light of Russia’s deployment of tactical nuclear warheads in Belarus, which borders Poland.
"Due to the fact that Russia intends to deploy tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus, we are asking the entire NATO to participate in a nuclear exchange program. The final decision will depend on our American partners. We declare our will to act quickly on this issue,” the Polish Prime Minister stated.
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