Vladimir Putin has issued yet another threat on Friday and warned the door is open for a “massive attack” and said he has “no regrets over the war” as he gave a speech in Kazakhstan.
Speaking in the Kazakh capital Astana on Friday afternoon Putin said at the moment there is “no need for massive strikes on Ukraine now,” but “we will see.”
The Russian leader warned of a “global catastrophe” should there be any clashes with NATO making yet another reference to a nuclear war.
Putin added, “I hope that those who are saying this are smart enough not to take such steps.”
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He then went on to say that Moscow are prepared for talks with Ukraine, however this would require and international mediation.
The Kremlin has also deployed 11 strategic “Blackjack” nuclear bombers a few miles from the Finnish and Norwegian borders as tensions remain on a knife edge as Vladimir Putin plans a nuclear attack in Europe.
Satellite images shows that Putin has gradually been increasing his strategic bombers at the Olenya airbase and there are seven Tu-160 bombers along with four Tu-95 jets on the Kola Peninsula.
There has been an “unusual deployment” of seven nuclear bombers at the airbase and there has been raised concerns over the build up above the Arctic Circle.