s NATO security general slams Putin's 'reckless' nuclear threats, calling them a 'grave concern.'

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NATO security general slams Putin's 'reckless' nuclear threats, calling them a 'grave concern.'

Jens Stoltenberg, NATO's top diplomat, said in an interview with German broadcaster ARD that Putin's comments were "unacceptable." "It is irresponsible

In an interview with Reuters, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg condemned Russian president Vladimir Putin's recent warning to the West as "dangerous and reckless." Stoltenberg, who is also a former Prime Minister of Norway, went on to say that the war in Ukraine is unlikely to end anytime soon unless

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has urged member states to step up support for Ukraine in the face of an expected Russian military offensive. Stoltenberg made the remarks during a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Commission in Brussels, where he warned that

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has said that the organization is prepared for a long-term conflict in the wake of increased tensions with Russia. Stoltenberg made the remarks

In an effort to reduce NATO's current stockpiles, the organization is focused on working more closely with the defence industry. "We need stocks to be prepared," said Secretary General

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Thursday said Russia's "escalating" rhetoric on nuclear weapons is "deeply troubling" and urged the Kremlin to end its "provocative behavior

In a national address, Russian leader Vladimir Putin stated that if the territorial unity of Russia is threatened, the country will unquestionably use all the weapons at its disposal. Putin emphasized that this is not a bluff, and that Russia is prepared to defend its interests

In addition to the threat, Putin also announced a partial mobilization of reservists to bolster and support Moscow's forces in Ukraine. The order would see up to 300,000 Russians with combat and service experience mobilized in the war.

In the hours following the announcement of Putin's re-election, protests took place across Russia. The demand and prices for one-way flight tickets out of Moscow also skyrocketed. The fare from Moscow to Dubai, for example, shot up to

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