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A month after the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, there is no shortage of meetings dealing with the crisis. The “Tiger Team”, a specialized American team, aims to develop specific plans to counter the Russian president if he were to use chemical, biological or nuclear weapons against Ukraine or NATO countries. The team also determines at what level of violence on the part of Russia it will be necessary to use military force in Ukraine.
Against the Russian army, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called on NATO to provide his country with “unrestricted military aid”, and anti-ship missiles could thus be books. On Thursday 24 March, Brussels hosted three summits: NATO, the G7 and the European Union; US President Joe Biden met there with the leaders of 28 other countries to find an appropriate response to the conflict.
Before this event, the White House assembled a team of national security officials to imagine the scenarios to be put in place to react to a possible release of chemical weapons, biological or nuclear weapons by Russian President Vladimir Putin, reports The New York Times. The latter could intervene out of frustration at his “weak progress” in the war, or to warn the United States and its allies about a desire to interfere in the conflict.