World War 3 News: No Turning Back As US-Russia Start Nuclear War
Analysts warned before that it could be a matter of time before Russia and the United States start a nuclear war. Russia has started preparing millions of citizens for a nuclear war while breaking off ties with the United States. Is World War really coming?Advertisement
Vladimir Putin ignited fears of another world war, possibly a nuclear one, after instructions to evacuate 40 million Russians. Washington and London are now on alert after Russia sounded the huge four-day “civil defense” drill. Tensions are already high in Syria, and any movements from Russia and the United States have been on close watch.
No Turning Back As US Russia Start War
The Kremlin has been working on a large-scale emergency practice drill following the failure of dialogue with the United States. According to reports, the drill help Russian citizens prepare “large natural and man-made disasters” as noted by the country’s Ministry for Civil Defense, Emergencies and Elimination of Consequences of Natural Disaster.
The ministry also said that around 40 million civilians, 200,000 emergency rescuers and 50,000 units of equipment are part of the drill that will run from October 4 to October 7.
“The main goal of the drill is to practice organization of management during civil defense events and emergency and fire management, to check preparedness of management bodies and forces of civil defense on all levels to respond to natural and man-made disasters and to take civil defense measures,” Express quoted a spokesman in a statement.
As if to emphasize the degrading relations with the United States, Russia just ended its nuclear energy cooperation with the United States. The Kremlin suspended a research agreement including a uranium conversion.
“The regular renewal of sanctions against Russia, which include the suspension of Russian-American cooperation in the field of nuclear energy demands the adoption of countermeasures against the U.S. side,” Reuters quoted Russia on its government website.