One should not be playing with statements about possible deployment of Russian nuclear weapons beyond the country's territory. Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine said so during the briefing.
"We all are living people. I believe we have heard many attempts to intimidate us with migration of nuclear arms from the Russian Federation to different parts of the world, and we heard a lot about the deployment of nuclear weaponry on the temporarily occupied territory of Crimea. Currently, we also hear information about Belarus. I believe one can't play with these things", Zelensky said.
He added that if this happens, Ukraine will definitely know where part of Russia's nuclear weapon is located.
Earlier, Russia said it wanted a legally binding guarantee that NATO would give up any military activity in Eastern Europe and Ukraine, part of a wish list of security guarantees it wants to negotiate with the West.