Warsaw has warned that Moscow is moving short-range nuclear missiles to the Polish border which is reshaping the security of the entire region.
The Polish President Andrzej Duda said late on Tuesday that Moscow has started the process to move the short-range nuclear weapon to Belarus.
Duda warned that this has the potential to change the security landscape in Europe and potentially for NATO.
Last month Vladimir Putin sent a shipment of tactical nuclear weapons to Belarus and in March the Russian leader and the Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko announced the move would take place.
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The secretary general of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg said at the time that Russia’s rhetoric is “dangerous and reckless.”
President Duda said, “I was telling President (Sousa of Portugal) about the implementation of the declarations by Vladimir Putin that Russia’s tactical nuclear weapons will be moved to the territory of Belarus.
“Indeed, this process is taking place, we are seeing that.”
He added, the“obvious way it is changing the architecture of security in our part of Europe.
“It is changing the architecture of security in our immediate neighbourhood, but also of the eastern flank of NATO, at the same time.
“So in fact it is changing the situation for all of the alliance.”