This is reported by “European truth”.
“Russia’s lies about Ukraine’s alleged plans to use a dirty bomb are as absurd as they are dangerous,” Kuleba tweeted.
“Firstly, Ukraine is a committed party to the NPT (Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty): we do not have any “dirty bombs” and do not plan to have them. Secondly, Russians often blame others for what they themselves are planning,” he added. he.
On Sunday, the Russian defense minister reportedly called at least three NATO defense ministers (France, Turkey and Britain) and talked about the Ukrainian “dirty bomb”.
Before that, the Russian state news agency RIA Novosti, known for spreading disinformation and propaganda, published a report about the alleged use of a “dirty bomb” by Ukraine.
According to propagandists, Ukraine is preparing to “detonate a nuclear bomb” on its territory in order to accuse Russia of using weapons of mass destruction and set the whole world against Moscow. This information was simultaneously disseminated by all well-known Russian propaganda media within an hour.
Russian propaganda has spoken about Ukraine’s alleged intentions to create a “nuclear bomb” before. So, in early March, the head of the Russian delegation in Vienna, Konstantin Gavrilov, stated that the Russian invasion of Ukraine was allegedly aimed at preventing the creation of a “dirty nuclear bomb” by Kyiv.