NATO Secretary General answered the question about the deployment of nuclear weapons near Russia

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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the NATO Foreign Ministers Summit in Riga - 1920, 01.12.2021

BRUSSELS, Dec 1 – NATO has no plans to deploy nuclear weapons in countries other than those where it already exists, said Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, speaking at the online conference Reuters Next.
“We have no plans to deploy nuclear weapons in countries other than those in which they have already been deployed within the framework of (policy – ed.) Containment for many years,” he said, answering a request from journalists to comment on the statement made by President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko about the intention to offer Russia its territory for Russian nuclear weapons if the nuclear weapons of NATO countries are in Poland.
Earlier, Lukashenko said in an interview that Belarus would offer Russia its territory for the deployment of nuclear weapons if the nuclear weapons of NATO countries are in Poland. In response to a clarifying question about what systems are being discussed, the head of state noted: “We will agree on which one.” “The nuclear weapons that will be most effective in such contact. We are ready for this on the territory of Belarus. I, as a prudent, sorry, the owner did not destroy anything. All the” sheds “stand still,” he added.
The President of Belarus thus reacted to the words of Stoltenberg himself, who, while in Germany, said that if the German authorities decide to abandon the deployment of nuclear weapons in Germany, then they may end up in other European countries, including to the east.
After the collapse of the USSR, there were dozens of charges for the Topol strategic intercontinental missiles and more than a thousand tactical nuclear warheads on Belarusian territory. The withdrawal of nuclear weapons was the result of the signing by Minsk of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT).

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