Kiev plans on using 'dirty bomb' to blame Russia
Ukraine is hoping that this planned strike would revoke Russia's membership in the UN Security Council indefinitely.
According to credible sources cited on Sunday by Russian news agency Sputnik, Kiev is preparing to use the "dirty bomb" in Ukraine to blame Russia for using nuclear weapons.
Per the sources, Kiev is planning on carrying out provocations on its own land using what is called the "dirty bomb" or a low-power nuclear weapon, with the aim being to accuse Russia for using weapons of mass destruction, which would lead to a smear campaign against Moscow.
With Western command, relayed the sources, Kiev has started practical application, the final stage, as a refinery in Dnepropetrovsk and the Kiev Institute for Nuclear Research are working on assembling the weapon.
It added that officials working for Ukrainian President Zelensky's office are conducting confidential calls with UK representatives regarding the possibility of transferring nuclear weapons equipment to Kiev authorities.
The provokers believe that if the attack is executed according to plan, then most countries will react aggressively to it and Moscow will lose support from its main allies, while the West will try again to revoke Russia's membership in the United Nations Security Council and up their rhetoric against it.
According to the Al-Mayadeen's envoy to Crimea, referring to local military sources, Russia's forces are taking the necessary precautions after receiving intel and proof that Kiev has already started carrying out its plan.
Konstantin Vorontsov, Deputy Director at the Russian Foreign Ministry's Department for Arms Nonproliferation and Control, previously confirmed that Russia did not and does not threaten Kiev with using nuclear arms against it, while Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov relayed that Ukraine is generating risks tied to using nuclear weapons of mass destruction which is clear from Zelensky's use of "nuclear first strike" indicating NATO's hit against Russia.
When I first read about that, I thought it was a hoax or taken out of context, but no, that's exactly what he's saying. Calling for a nuclear first strike against Russia. https://t.co/0D0XNuvonX pic.twitter.com/6HabXXTGyh— Russians With Attitude (@RWApodcast) October 6, 2022
Zelenskyy even confirmed that the NATO must carry out a preemptive strike against Russia instead of waiting for Russia's nuclear attacks.
In light of that, Russian President Vladimir Putin said during a speech to the Russian public that those who attempt to blackmail his country with nuclear weapons will find it coming back to bite them.