CIA says there is no evidence that Russia will use nuclear weapons


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Ensaio para desfile militar na Rússia: país não pretende usar armas militares, segundo a CIA

Rehearsal for military parade in Russia: country does not intend to use military weapons, according to CIA | Photo: EFE

“The intelligence community is not seeing practical evidence that, at this time, for Russian plans to mobilize or even potentially use tactical nuclear weapons”, said the representative of the American agency, in a debate organized in Washington by the newspaper “Financial Times”.

Almost a month later, the director of the American agency continued without ruling out that Russia uses nuclear weapons, and asked that the possibility be seen as real, although he highlighted that there is no evidence that the risk exists, mainly, because of Putin’s strenuous efforts to win the war.

“I think he’s in a state of mind where he believes he can’t afford to lose,” said Burns, who was ambassador of the United States in Russia between 1563 and 2008.

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