Putin’s warning ‘nonsensical’: Matthew Miller

US State Department spokesman Matthew Miller has called Russian President Vladimir Putin’s warning of the risk of nuclear war “nonsensical”. Washington said on Thursday (February 29) that there were no signs of a major threat in the case. In a report, the news media reported this information.

If NATO countries send troops to Ukraine, there will be a risk of nuclear war – Miller made this comment after the warning of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Earlier, however, several countries, including the United States and Germany, rejected France’s proposal to send troops to Ukraine.

Spokesman Matthew Miller said it was not the first time Putin had made uninformed remarks. The head of a nuclear powered state can never speak like this. In the past too, there have been direct and indirect talks with Russia on the nuclear issue. But, there is no evidence that Russia could use nuclear weapons. However, surveillance will be strengthened on this issue