US prepares contingency plans for possible Russian biological, chemical or nuclear attack

The United States of America is drawing up contingency plans in case Russia carries out attacks with chemical, biological or nuclear weapons, reports the New York Times.

According to the newspaper, the White House has appointed national security advisers who are drawing up scenarios to define how the US and its NATO allies should respond to a possible Russian attack.

The group is called “Tiger Team” and is also analyzing how the US and NATO should react to attacks on transports belonging to the military organization that deliver aid and weapons in Ukraine.

In addition, the team is also studying what the American and allied response should be if Moldova and Georgia — countries that are not part of NATO — are invaded by Vladimir Putin.


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