REPORT: Putin says ‘everything is going to plan’ as he reveals significant move in Belarus

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Putin has revealed he will deploy tactical nuclear weapons to Belarus in less than a month as he tells fellow dictator Alexander Lukashenko ‘everything is going to plan.’

Russia will begin deploying tactical nuclear weapons to its neighbour after special storage facilities are ready on July 7-8, Putin said today.

The deployment will be Moscow’s first move of such bombs outside Russian borders since the fall of the Soviet Union.

“Everything is going according to plan,” Putin told Belarusian President Lukashenko, a key Putin ally, as they discussed the nuclear deployment plan.

“Preparation of the relevant facilities ends on July 7-8, and we will immediately begin activities related to the deployment of appropriate types of weapons on your territory,” Putin said, according to a Kremlin transcript of his remarks.

Lukashenko said, “Thank you, Vladimir Vladimirovich.”

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