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Russia's claims about Ukraine using a "dirty bomb" are an utterly unsuccessful psyop – intelligence

26.10.2022, 13:06

The Kremlin's claims about Ukraine's intention to use a "dirty bomb" are not only a psychological, but also a geopolitical operation targeting the outside world that is meant to force Ukrainians to accept the occupation and negotiate with the aggressor.

This was announced by a representative of the press service of the Chief Directorate of Intelligence at the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense, Andriy Yusov, on the national telethon "United News", reports Ukrinform.

"No one in the world believed this outright fake, it is an untterly unsuccessful psyop. On October 24, representatives of Russia's diplomatic and other missions held a closed meeting in Moscow; there, the special services tried to intimidate international representatives with a terrible threat coming from Ukraine – a threat of a 'dirty bomb'. Of course, no one believed it. Because it was done haphazardly, they had no evidence. Moreover, the whole world sees who is the aggressor in reality, who attacked whom, who is terrorizing the civilian population," Yusov said.

It will be recalled that the Russian Minister of Defense Sergey Shoigu was on the phone with the Ministers of Defense of France, Sebastien Lecornu, Hulusi Akar of Turkey, and Ben Wallace of Great Britain, during which he "expressed his concern over Ukraine possibly using a 'dirty bomb.'"

The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, believes that Russia's statements about Ukraine allegedly using a "dirty bomb" indicate that Russia has already prepared everything to use it themselves, so the world should respond to as harshly as possible.

The foreign ministers of the United States, France, and Great Britain made a joint statement condemning Russia's attempts to falsely accuse Ukraine of being ready to use a "dirty bomb" on its own territory and reaffirming their steadfast support for Ukraine.

Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba officially proposed the IAEA sends experts to Ukrainian nuclear facilities in order to refute the Russian Federation's "dirty bomb" lies.

US President Joe Biden said that Vladimir Putin would make a very serious mistake if he decided to deploy and use nuclear weapons on the territory of Ukraine. 

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