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Foreign Office warns Putin’s threats are ‘a worrying escalation’ that must be ‘taken very seriously’


Britain’s Foreign Office has warned that Vladimir Putin’s troop mobilisation and his dire nuclear threats are a ‘worrying escalation’ that must be ‘taken very seriously’.

The Russian leader lashed out today, facing increasing pressure for his botched invasion of Ukraine, and said he is ‘not bluffing’ about the use of nuclear weapons.

In an address to the nation, Putin said: ‘If there is a threat to the territorial integrity of our country, and in protecting our people we will certainly use all means to us – and I’m not bluffing.

‘Those trying to blackmail us with nuclear weapons should know that the tables can turn on them.’

Gillian Keegan, a Foreign Office minister, admitted the West is ‘not in control’ of the tyrant but tried to urge for calm despite the terrifying threats.

Britain's Foreign Office has warned that Vladimir Putin's troop mobilisation and his dire nuclear threats are a 'worrying escalation'

Britain’s Foreign Office has warned that Vladimir Putin’s troop mobilisation and his dire nuclear threats are a ‘worrying escalation’

Gillian Keegan (pictured), a Foreign Office minister, admitted the West is 'not in control' of the tyrant

Gillian Keegan (pictured), a Foreign Office minister, admitted…



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