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Russians: It seems Macron wants to see Russian troops in Paris - Simulating the use of nuclear weapons in an early stage of conflict

We are not heading in the right direction with regard to the possibility of a military conflict between Russia and NATO, following Macron's statements about sending coalition forces to Ukraine, although this scenario has been denied by many states.

Simulated use of nuclear weapons by Russian forces in an early stage of conflict

Putin's forces have been rehearsing the use of tactical nuclear weapons in an early stage of a conflict with a major world power, according to Russian media who reported that these "exercises" include training scenarios for an invasion by China, the FT reports.

French Minister of Defence: France will supply Ukraine with 250,000 drones by the end of 2024

Adding fuel to the fire, the French Defence Minister said that his country could supply 250,000 unmanned aerial vehicles (small in size) by the end of the year, equipped with explosive fragmentation devices and artificial intelligence.

At the same time yesterday, French President Macron did not rule out the possibility of sending troops to Ukraine in the future.

"There is no consensus today on sending ground troops in an official, planned and approved way. But nothing can be ruled out in the future," the French president said.

According to him, this possibility was "mentioned among the options", with the response coming unofficially on a social network site that said "It seems Macron wants to see Russian troops in Paris".

NATO considers Kaliningrad in danger from NATO, Russians

NATO's advance towards Russia's borders and the hostile rhetoric of the alliance countries are grounds for taking additional measures to ensure security and Kaliningrad, which is threatened to be "neutralized" if Russia challenges NATO and always will be.

This was stated by Putin's spokesman, Secretary to the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov.
Earlier, Lithuania's ambassador to Sweden and former foreign minister Linas Linkevicius threatened to "neutralize" Kaliningrad if Russia challenges NATO.

"The expansion of NATO, the advancement of NATO's military infrastructure towards our borders, the hostile rhetoric from the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member states - all this, of course, are a cause for deep concern and a reason to take additional measures to ensure our security," Peskov said in response to the Lithuanian ambassador to Sweden's promise to "neutralize" Kaliningrad if Russia dares to challenge NATO.

Peskov added that Kaliningrad is a Russian region located in the Baltic Sea. "And it will always be so," Peskov said.

The Estonian Director of Intelligence rings bells

Another person ringing the alarm bell for Russia is the Director General of the Estonian Foreign Intelligence Service, Kaupo Rosin, who has warned that Russia expects a conflict with NATO in the next decade and is preparing accordingly.

"There are things we can do to deal with it. But we better take it seriously and start reacting now. I heard a similar message from Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorsky: "We told you 15 years ago that Putin was coming. You did not believe us. We told you again 10 years ago; we told you the same thing five years ago. Years.  You still don't believe us. Trust us now," he said.

Macron's statements about Macron sending NATO troops to Ukraine are no coincidence, since the Ukrainian military is in a deadlock.

This scenario is on the table, since there are not enough guns and missiles for Kiev, and we are likely to see Legions with Foreigners making their appearance on Ukrainian territory en masse now. What we don't know is what Moscow's reaction will be, nothing else.

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