NATO troops can enter the territory of Ukraine – Feigin called the premise
The United States and Great Britain said that the radiation leak at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant would be regarded as an attack on NATO countries. Consequently, Article 5 can be applied, which will mean the alliance's entry into the war.
We have repeatedly seen how the Kremlin immediately stops its blackmail when it receives a harsh response. About this on the stream , which was broadcast by YouTube channel 24,said Russian human rights activist and opposition politician Mark Feygin.
This happened, for example, with the statement of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson that after the use of nuclear weapons against Ukraine, the Russians will also receive a decent reaction. After that, all the rhetoric of Moscow came to naught, and at the Army-2022 forum, Russian Defense Minister Shoigu said that Russia would not use nuclear weapons against Ukraine, because it is not a nuclear state.
NATO will go to war
As Feigin noted, nuclear blackmail is the most dangerous, and it receives a response on a global scale – NATO's readiness to enter the war. “It seems to me that this is an agreed point of view. I think something similar will soon be heard from other places,” the politician believes.
Yes, the Russian occupiers will be given to understand: if you try to blow up the power unit and send everything to the European continent, you can get hit with a nuclear weapon.
In any case, this will mean the entry of NATO troops into the territory of Ukraine. At least in Zaporozhye and Kherson, they will appear to control nuclear power plants so that this does not happen again.
In addition, the human rights activist noted, there may be a landing from the sea, and they can enter Lviv from land. “If the Poles had been brought in from the very beginning, a couple more neutral armies – not Americans, there would have been an “umbrella” over the West of Ukraine, a security zone had been created. Previously, the issue was about saving people and reducing the flow of refugees to Europe, but today it is the security of the entire Europe”, – he stressed.
Feigin recalled that Chernobyl in 1986 left behind a powerful memory. And then Europe “happened easily”, although it went a cloud, radioactive rains fell, a lot of people got cancer.
“No one wants this to happen again. And everyone is well aware that the source of this infection is not Ukraine. Until it was attacked, there were no problems with the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, or with other problems. It all started with a full-scale invasion of foreign troops. Everything is very simple : leave this station, take out all the ammunition and equipment from there, and security will be restored “, the Russian oppositionist summed up.
The situation around the ZNPP: briefly
- < li> The militants of the aggressor state are constantly shelling the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant and threatening to blow it up. The IAEA said that there is a real risk of a nuclear catastrophe.
- It is obvious that today Russia is engaged in nuclear terrorism. Unfortunately, there are still no Western sanctions against the Rosatom corporation.
- The invaders are preparing to stage a terrorist attack on Europe's largest nuclear facility. According to intelligence, employees of “rosaty” left the territory of the ZNPP. Traditionally, the occupants want to accuse the Armed Forces of Ukraine of the crime.
- A potential accident at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant threatens not only Ukraine, but also neighboring states. So, as a result of the explosion, in particular, the Russian territory will suffer – the Kursk region and the Kuban will be unsuitable for agricultural use for 300 years.
- According to Volodymyr Zelensky, the invaders turned the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant into a target. He warned that the summer of 2022 could go down in history as one of the most tragic.
- The head of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is concerned about the situation around the ZNPP. After a conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, the Turkish leader said he does not want a repeat of Chernobyl.