‘I’m not bluffing’: Putin declared partial mobilization and threatened West with nuclear weapons

‘I’m not bluffing’: Putin declared partial mobilization and threatened West with nuclear weapons
‘I’m not bluffing’: Putin declared partial mobilization and threatened West with nuclear weapons

“The West blackmails the Russia, but Russia has many weapons with which to respond. We will use all the resources we have to defend our people,” he said among other things.

“I trust in your support,” he added.

In fact, Vladimir Putin accused the West of trying to “block” any attempt liberation and development.

Addressing Russian citizens and residents of Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhia regions, Vladimir Putin accused the West of trying to “block” any attempt at liberation and development.

“The goal of the West is to weaken and destroy. And they say this openly,” the Russian president asserted, while asserting that the goal of “liberating the citizens of the Donbas region remains unchanged.”

Despite the international outcry, Putin declared that it supports those planning referendums in its territories occupied by Russian forces Ukrainian.

“We will do everything we can to create safe conditions for the holding of these referendums,” he said, announcing at this point the partial mobilization.

“I emphasize that it is partial. Only those who are reservists will be recruited,” he explained, underlining at the same time that the relevant decision has already been signed.

“The process will start today” he also emphasized.

At the same time, he accused the West of “nuclear blackmail” against Russia and a serious threat, saying his country has modern weapons of mass destruction.

“I’m not bluffing,” he clarified.

Shoigu: 300,000 men will join the war

After the Russian president, the country’s defense minister, Sergei Shoigu, also spoke, saying that “partial mobilization is necessary to control the contact line 1,000 kilometersas well as the liberated territories”.

He explained that the presidential decree provides for mobilization in addition 300,000 men to participate in “military operation”as Moscow calls the war in Ukraine.

In an interview on Russian state television, Shoigu clarified that he would not recruited students and those who served as draftees and that the majority of the Russians reservesnumbering a million, too not I will be recruited.

United West in the UN Security Council

Meanwhile, speaking earlier at the United Nations General Assembly in New York, German Chancellor Olaf Solz said that Putin must recognize that he cannot win the war, according to a Reuters report.

Putin will abandon his “imperial ambitions” that risk destroying Ukraine and Russia only if he admits he cannot win the war, the German chancellor said on Tuesday.

“This is the reason that not I will we accept no peace dictated by Russia and that is why Ukraine must be able to repel Russian aggression,” the chancellor said in his first address to the United Nations General Assembly.

“THE return of imperialismwith Putin’s war in Ukraine, was not only a disaster for Europe but also for the rules-based global peace order,” he added, calling on the UN to defend it against those who would prefer a world where the “strong rule the weak”.

“It is possible to watch helplessly as some seek to lead us back to a world order where war is a common instrument of policy, independent nations must join forces with their more powerful neighbors or colonial masters, and prosperity and human rights are a privilege for the lucky few?’ Soltz wondered.

The war is “not going very well” for Russia, US Army General Mark Miley said earlier from Poland, adding that this could make Moscow’s responses less confident and that US forces in Europe must maintain vigilance.

Reactions to the planned referendums

Strong reactions in the international community have caused the plans of the pro-Russian authorities in four of its regions Ukrainian for the holding of referendums with urgent procedures in order to join the Russian Federation, while today, Wednesday, a speech by Vladimir Putin.

The pro-Russian authorities announced yesterday Tuesday the urgent holding – from September 23 to 27 – “referendums” for union of Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhia regions with Russia, amid the Ukrainian counteroffensive.

“I thank all friends and partners of Ukraine for the massive and strict condemnation of Russia’s intention to organize the latest fake referendums,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said during his speech last night.

At the same time, he downplayed the importance of the urgent organization of these “referendums”.

Referred to “noisy news from Russia“, adding “and what happened? What is new compared to what was previously said?”.

“Our position does not change depending on the noise of this or that news,” added Mr. Zelensky, for whom the aim is to “maintain the pressure” on Russia. “Let us maintain our unity, let us protect Ukraine, let us liberate our lands and show no weakness,” he added.

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