NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Russia should not use false claims about a “dirty bomb” allegedly being prepared by Kyiv as a pretext for escalating the war in Ukraine.
The secretary general made the announcement in an interview with Politico on October 24 at the alliance’s headquarters in Brussels.
The NATO chief’s comments came after Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu told his British, French and Turkish counterparts over the weekend that Ukraine may be preparing to use a “dirty bomb,” a device that combines conventional explosives with radioactive materials.
On Monday, October 24, the Chief of the General Staff of the Russian Army Gerasimov held a telephone conversation with his American counterpart Milli on the topic of “provocations by Ukraine with the possible use of a “dirty bomb”, as reported by rosMI.
Shortly thereafter, the Russian Foreign Ministry issued an appeal to the West with the following content: “It is senseless to ignore Moscow’s warning about a possible nuclear provocation by Kyiv, the West should not measure the width of the red line.
Regarding the nuclear hysteria of the Putin regime, the NATO Secretary General said: “It is absurd to claim that Ukraine will use a ‘dirty bomb’ on its own territory, for the release of which it is fighting so hard”
Jens Stoltenberg also reported that NATO is concerned that Russia’s current rhetoric may be part of its long-standing pattern of behavior: “What worries us is that this is part of a pattern that we’ve seen before in Russia — in Syria and at the beginning of the war or right before the war started in February. And that’s what Russia accuses others of doing.”
Earlier, American historian and philosopher Timothy Snyder said that Russia’s actions have clear evidence of genocide against Ukraine. But the world is desensitized to the terrible actions of the Kremlin and begins to wait for something more like evidence of genocide.
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