Moscow: Kiev tries to deploy nuclear weapons in NATO countries

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu accused Kiev of trying to deploy nuclear weapons to NATO countries on its soil, noting that the alliance is working to establish a large-scale defense system on Russia’s borders.

He also pointed out in statements today Wednesday that NATO is providing Ukraine with intelligence information, has engaged in warfare and is waging an information war against Moscow.

The Russian defense minister also accused NATO of trying to destroy the Russian economy and making it a prime target for it.

In a related context, he said Moscow is aware of the details of Ukraine’s attempts to build a dirty bomb.

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Senior Russian officials, including President Vladimir Putin himself, have accused Ukraine of producing such explosive devices that disperse radioactive waste.

The Russians also added that the Ukrainians were planning to make the alleged Russian bomb look like.

Russian Ambassador to the United Nations, Vasily Nebenzia, said last week in a letter to the members of the UN Security Council that a Ukrainian nuclear research facility and a mining company “received direct orders from the regime of (Ukrainian President Volodymyr) Zelensky to develop a tale dirty bomb. “

Ukraine denies

Ukrainian authorities have denied this in an attempt to distract from Moscow’s plans to detonate a dirty bomb as a way to justify further escalation of hostilities.

Interestingly, since the launch of the Russian military operation on Ukrainian soil on February 24, international fears have increased that the conflict will inevitably lead to pitfalls, especially at the moment. in which the Kremlin has issued successive threats to use nuclear weapons when a threat is sensed.

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