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The global nuclear arsenal is expected to increase for the first time since the

The Stockholm International Peace Researchสล็อต ทดลองเล่นฟรีInstitute (SIPRI) states in the new research. that Russia's invasion of Ukraine and Western movements in support of Kiev It underscores tensions among the world's nine nuclear-armed nations.

While the number of nuclear weapons dropped slightly between January 2021 and January 2022, the SIPRI report states that until nuclear powers take immediate action, the global warhead arsenal may soon begin to increase for the first time in as many. decade

“Every state that owns nuclear weapons is increasing or upgrading their arsenals. and increasing the level of nuclear rhetoric more and more And nuclear weapons play a role in their military strategy,” Wilfred Wan, director of SIPRI's project of weapons of mass destruction, said in the research institute's annual report. "This is a very worrying trend."

Three days after Moscow invaded Ukraine in what they claim to be "Special military operations" President Vladimir Putin has ordered the Russian nuclear deterrent forces. advanced preparation

The president also warned of dire consequences. "As never seen before in history" for countries blocking the way of Russia

“Anyone who tries to intervene must know that. The Russian retaliation will be immediate. And it will lead to results you have never experienced before in history,” Putin said.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in the same way that World War 3 will be a nuclear war. and urged Western leaders to reconsider what a "real war" with Russia would mean.