NATO countries can be destroyed in half an hour in the event of a nuclear war


NATO countries could be “destroyed” by Russia in half an hour in the event of a nuclear war, said the head of the Russian space agency Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, 50 years old.

Rogozin is known for his shocking statements.

In his latest comments, made in a series of posts in Russian on his Telegram channel on Sunday, he did not specify whether he was referring to certain NATO countries or to all of them.

Rogozin also accused NATO of waging a war against Russia and chose to develop its own definition of Russia’s “special military operation”, a term used by President Vladimir Putin to refer to the invasion of Ukraine.

“In a nuclear war, NATO countries will be destroyed by us in half an hour,” he said. “But we must not allow this, because the consequences of the exchange of nuclear strikes will affect the state of our planet.”

Therefore, he said, Russia will have to “defeat this economically and militarily stronger enemy” with conventional armed means.

“NATO is waging war against us,” Rogozin said in another Telegram post. “They did not announce it, but that does not change anything. It’s obvious to everyone now. “

“This is a war for truth and for Russia’s right to exist as a single, independent state,” Rogozin said.

(source: AFP)


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