Nuclear weapons deployed to Russian-occupied Crimea: Ukraine’s Intelligence
Ukraine’s President Poroshenko suggests holding international consultations
Nuclear weapons are located in Russian-occupied Crimea, according to the representative of the Directorate General of Intelligence at the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Vadym Skybytskyi.
‘Nuclear weapon launchers are located in occupied Crimea – aviation and vessels, capable of carrying and using nuclear weapons’, - Skybytskiy informed at a briefing, ‘Unkinform’ reports.
He noted, that Russia’s Armed Forces constantly train nuclear weapon deployment to the territory of Crimea: ‘Russian Armed Forces carried out such trainings just in April 2016’, - Skybytskiy added.
On April 2, Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko urged to hold international consultations regarding the threat of nuclear weapon deployment to Crimea by the Russian Federation.
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