Moscow: We do not rule out Western assistance to Kyiv in creating "dirty bomb"

Konstantin Vorontsov, Deputy Head of the Department for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation of the Russian Foreign Ministry, stressed that Russia does not rule out the assistance of some Western countries to the Kyiv regime in creating a “dirty bomb”.

“The goal is clear: to accuse Russia of using weapons of mass destruction. The Ukrainian authorities and their Western masters expect this to lead to a powerful campaign against Russia, undermine confidence in Moscow and its partners, and isolate Russia on the international stage. “, Vorontsov said.

He pointed out that the Ukrainian side has begun to implement its plan and manufacture this bomb, and we do not exclude the help of some Western countries, which, according to the information received, are negotiating with Ukraine on the supply of a “dirty bomb”. ” components.

Earlier, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, in telephone conversations with his counterparts in the United States, France and Turkey, expressed concern about Kyiv’s plans to detonate a dirty bomb, blaming the Russian military for this.

Source: TASS

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