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Joe Biden urges Putin not to use tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine

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Joe Biden urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to not use tactical nuclear or chemical weapons in the wake of setbacks in Ukraine, in a CBS News interview to air on Sunday.Ukraine’s military drove back Russian forces in a lightning rout in the northeast of the country this week, putting Putin under pressure from nationalists at home to regain the initiative.

UN to allow Ukraine’s Zelenskyy to virtually address next week’s world leaders summit Putin has warned that Moscow would respond more forcefully if its troops were put under further pressure, raising concerns that he could at some point use unconventional means like small nuclear or chemical weaponsAsked by a “60 Minutes” reporter what he would say to Putin if he was considering using such weapons, Biden said: “Don’t.

Don’t. Don’t. It would change the face of war unlike anything since World War Two,” in a clip of the interview released by CBS on Saturday.Biden said the U.S.

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