A dirty bomb - the reaction of the USA to the new accusations of the Russian Federation — UNIAN

A dirty bomb – the reaction of the USA to the new accusations of the Russian Federation — UNIAN

The world will consider any attempt to use this accusation as a pretext for escalation.

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Russia’s possible fears about Ukraine’s use of a “dirty bomb” are frankly untrue.

This was stated by the representative of the National Security Council, Adrienne Watson, in a comment CNN.

“We reject reports of Minister Shoigu’s blatantly false claims that Ukraine is preparing to use a ‘dirty bomb’ on its own territory. The world will consider any attempt to use this allegation as a pretext for escalation,” Watson said.

In addition, the US is closely monitoring any information that Russia has a specific plan to blow up the Kakhovskaya HPP dam.

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CNN also spoke with an official familiar with the conversation between Lloyd Austin and Shoigu. The Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation told the head of the Pentagon that the Ukrainians were allegedly planning to use a “dirty bomb”.

Russia accuses Ukraine of preparing to use a “dirty bomb”

As reported by UNIAN, earlier the Minister of Defense of Russia Serhii Shoigu said that Ukraine could allegedly stage provocations using a “dirty bomb”.

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced that Shoigu had set up a “telephone carousel” calling the defense ministers of NATO countries. According to Zelensky, only Putin can use nuclear weapons in Europe.

Today, Shoigu was invited to a phone call with US Defense Minister Lloyd Austin. The details of this conversation were not disclosed.

Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov, commenting on the accusations of the Russian Federation, invited the monitoring missions of the UN and the IAEA to Ukraine and demanded compliance with paragraph 4 of the Budapest Memorandum.

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