In 200 seconds and without survivors: the Russian TV simulation of nuclear attacks against Europe | International

Russian state television ventured what an eventual nuclear attack against various capitals in Europe would be like, directly pointing out some targets, such as Paris, Berlin, Rome, London.

The Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin, rated this Tuesday “Sinister” the Russian television report on how it would develop nuclear attacks against the main capitals of Europe.

“These are very sinister and intimidating tactics,” the authority pointed out, although it rules out that no one can really feel threatened by them.

“They reflect a worrying reality that is not in touch with reality. There should be a prompt apology,” Martin said. Despite this, the authority did not specify whether the Russian ambassador, Yuri Filatov, will or will not be summoned for it.

A few days ago, Russian state television ventured what a nuclear attack on Europe would be like, directly pointing out some targets, such as Paris, Berlin, Rome, London.

Although he did not mention the island of Ireland, it would have been destroyed as part of the Kremlin’s hypothetical offensive against the United Kingdom.

In that sense, the Taoiseach -Prime Minister- The Irish has stressed that the most important thing is for Russia to end hostilities in Ukraine.

“The bombing and destruction of towns and cities”, as well as “the human carnage that is taking place has no justification”, remarked.

Simulation of nuclear attacks against Europe

Russian state television simulated how Vladimir Putin would launch a nuclear attack on three European capital cities.

The foregoing, at the same time that it was declared that “there would be no survivors”, in response to comments made by the UK Armed Forces Minister, as noted by Mail Online.

The above, after declaring his support for the Ukrainian attacks against Russian infrastructure.

The presenters of the program 60 Minutes of Channel One announced that the cities could be attacked within the 200 seconds.

These, after the launch of nuclear missiles, as tensions rise amid the ongoing war in Ukraine.

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