TV Russia Released a simulation of a nuclear attack on Europe that could lead to the overthrow of Ireland and the United Kingdom, which provoked great outrage.
The video was aired Sunday on Channel One’s 60-minute show. It showed a map Europe hit by nuclear missilesAccording to media outlets such as Newsweek, The Washington Post and the British Daily Mail.
Simulation showed it Missiles fired from Kaliningrad reached Berlin in 106 seconds and Paris and London in 200.
Provider, Dmitry KislyovPromised that A nuclear attack of that magnitude would “cause a large amount of radiation. After crossing the British Isles, the rest of them will be turned into radioactive barren land. “. Although it did not mention the name of Ireland, the simulation showed its devastation United Kingdom.
“The island is so small that even a single missile can sink it once.”Alexei Zhuravlyov, leader of the Nationalist Rodina Party, one of the hosts of the talk, promised.
“Another option is to submerge the UK in the deep sea using Russia’s Poseidon unmanned vehicle.“, Kislyov said.
According to him, “The eruption of this thermonuclear torpedo off the British coast will cause a massive tsunami up to 500 meters high.”
This simulation, which lasts 45 seconds, was viewed about 2 million times.
Michael Martin, Prime Minister of Ireland, described the simulation A “worst intimidation type trick”, Which “reflects an anxious mood and has nothing to do with reality”. The officer demanded an apology “for whoever provoked this”.
Neale Richmond, a legislator from the ruling Fine Gael party, has called for the expulsion of Russia’s ambassador to Ireland, Yuri Filado. “It is clear that the Russian ambassador should be expelled from Ireland, with the support of the Russian state media, which has been spreading false information about Ireland,” he said.
MEP, Billy Kelleher tweeted “It is time to tell the Russian government that this wild language is unacceptable to us.”
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