While the top speed in Russia – Ukraine war continued, Moscow’s claim that Ukraine ‘uses a bomb that emits radioactive material’ fell on the agenda like a bomb. After the claim, which became the number one agenda item in the world in a short time, a flash statement came from the leader of Ukraine, Zelenski.
The eyes and ears of the world are in the Russia-Ukraine war that has been going on for months. Flash developments are taking place in the war, which started on February 24 at 06:00 on the orders of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The allegation that the Ukrainian forces, continuing the offensive, ‘use bombs that emit radioactive material’, fell on the agenda like a bomb.
The response of Ukraine to Russia’s ‘dirty bomb’ claim was not delayed.
The President of Ukraine denied Russia’s claim, saying it meant Moscow could prepare for such an attack.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitro Kuleba, on the other hand, described Russia’s ‘dirty bomb’ claim as ‘dangerous’ and ‘absurd’ and used the following statements;
His lies about Ukraine, where Russia allegedly plans to use a ‘dirty bomb’, are as absurd as they are dangerous. “First, Ukraine is a committed NPT (Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty) member. We neither have a ‘dirty bomb’ nor are we planning to buy it. Second, Russians often blame others for their own plans,” he said.
ŞOYGU TALKED ABOUT THE ‘DIRTY BOMB’ CLAIMS WITH ITS COUNTRIES
Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu, in his phone conversations with the Minister of National Defense Hulusi Akar, the British Defense Minister Ben Wallace and the French Defense Minister Sebastian Lecornu, argued that Ukraine has a plan to organize a provocation against Russia by using a “dirty bomb”, and informed his counterparts about this issue. had expressed his concerns.
These types of bombs, called ‘dirty bombs’, emit radioactive material with conventional explosives.
WILL THE G20 HAVE A BIDEN-PUTIN MEETING?
Putin and Biden will travel to Indonesia for the G20 summit next month. However, it was reported that there will be no meeting between the two leaders.
With Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the US both provided military aid to the Kyiv administration and imposed some sanctions against the Moscow administration. Russia recently annexed four regions in Ukraine. Referring to this, Biden said earlier this week that Putin was trying to scare the Ukrainians into surrender.
Biden argued that Putin is in an “incredibly difficult situation” right now. Russia, on the other hand, accuses the United States and the West of trying to influence the war by providing weapons and other aid to Ukraine.