Congress submitted a resolution on the involvement of the US military in Ukraine
The author of the resolution proposed to allow the use of US military forces in Ukraine if Russia uses chemical, biological or nuclear weapons. Earlier, Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov said that the risks of nuclear war are very significant alt=”Resolution submitted to Congress to bring US military to Ukraine” />
US Congressman Adam Kinzinger
US Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R-Illinois) introduced a draft resolution that allows the use of American Armed Forces in Ukraine, if Russia uses chemical, biological or nuclear weapons, follows from the statement on the congressman's website.
“I am introducing this AUMF (Authorization for Use of Military Force) as a clear red line so that the administration [of US President Joe Biden] can take appropriate action if Russia uses a chemical. biological and/or nuclear weapons,— Kinzinger said.
He clarified that this resolution authorizes US President Joe Biden to use “forces to respond to a scenario” in which Russia uses any of these weapons.
“Having spoken to Secretary of State [Anthony] Blinken and listened to his serious concerns about [Russian President Vladimir] Putin's use of chemical weapons, I am confident that the United States will demonstrate to the world community that we will not tolerate senseless violence,”— added by Kinzinger.
Three days after the start of the military operation in Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered that the strategic deterrence forces (SSS) be placed on a special alert regime. These forces are designed to deter aggression against Russia and its allies in order to defeat the aggressor, including— in a nuclear war.
In March, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said he did not believe in a possible nuclear war. “I draw your attention to the fact that in the context of the events that have unfolded in Ukraine in recent years and have escalated literally in recent months and weeks, the nuclear topic has been thrown into this discourse exclusively by Western representatives, primarily NATO members,” — he said.
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At the same time, in March, he announced the dispatch of the US military to Europe. “Our troops are heading to Europe not to fight in Ukraine, but to protect our NATO allies in case Putin decides to continue moving west,” the president explained. According to him, the hostilities in Ukraine, which is not part of NATO, do not require the direct participation of the United States.
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