Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned other countries not to intervene in Ukraine, otherwise they will face “unprecedented consequences” while the world is worried about the possibility of Nuclear War. Putin made the warning in a speech on Thursday, shortly after announcing a military operation against Ukraine. The Russian strongman did not mention the use of nuclear weapons, but his warnings are raising concerns of a nuclear war if the war in Ukraine merged into other NATO members.
Ukraine is not a member of NATO, and the United States has said it will not send troops to help Ukraine fight Russian troops. But Washington has said it will step in immediately if Russia invades NATO members, in accordance with Article 5, which states that attacks on NATO members are attacks on NATO as a whole, which requires all member states to take action.