Russia's MoD: Kiev planning to stage action in Irpin using dead bodies
Russia reveals that Ukraine is planning several provocations to pin them on the Russian forces, including staging actions using dead bodies.
Kiev is preparing another provocation to accuse Russia of allegedly mass civilian killings in the settlement of Irpin, Kiev, Russian Defense Ministry Spokesperson Igor Konashenkov announced on Saturday.
"I draw your attention to the fact that Russian armed forces units had left this settlement more than a week ago," Konashenkov told a briefing.
Ukraine planning to stage action in Irpin using dead bodies
The Spokesperson revealed that the Security Service of Ukraine (SSU) is planning to bring the dead bodies of those killed by Ukrainian shelling to Irpin to carry out a 'cynical and staged' action for the subsequent distribution of video footage through the Western media.
"SSU forces are planning to bring the bodies of local residents who died from shelling by Ukrainian artillery from the morgue located in the city's hospital on Polevaya street to the basement of one of the buildings on the eastern outskirts of Irpin," Konashenkov told reporters, adding that "this cynical and staged action is organized to further circulate the footage via Western media."
Russia destroyed large ammunition depot in Dnipropetrovsk
In a different context, the Russian Defense Ministry Spokesperson confirmed that Russian high-precision air-based weapons destroyed a large ammunition depot of Ukrainian troops in the Dnipropetrovsk region.
"During the night, high-precision air-based missiles destroyed a large ammunition depot of the Ukrainian armed forces near Novomoskovsk settlement in Dnipropetrovsk region," Konashenkov said.
Ukrainian neo-Nazis planning chemical depot attack
This comes as the Director of the Russian National Defense Management Center, Col. Gen. Mikhail Mizintsev, revealed on Friday that preparations are underway for a provocation by Ukrainian nationalists.
According to Mizintsev, chemical depots have been mined in the city of Avdiivka and the neo-Nazis have plans to blow up the plant when approaching the formations of the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR).
During a briefing, Mizintsev explained that "in Avdiivka, militants of nationalist formations have fully prepared an inhuman provocation, involving mass poisoning of residents of the adjacent areas with toxic chemicals."