If there is a “dirty bomb” in Ukraine, then the Russians made it. Digest of the Center for Strategic Communications

The entire Kremlin army led by Putin convulsively continues to convince the world of the truth of the absurdity that Ukraine allegedly wants to use a “dirty bomb”, although even the Secretary General of NATO called these statements nonsense.

However, there is a possibility that it really exists.

It could have been made from the missing waste at the Zaporizhzhia NPP, when the facility was seized by the Kadyrov forces in the spring. And now the Russian authorities have simply lost control over them and are worried that this will emerge in a completely unexpected situation.

During the last week, the Russians have been secretly carrying out unauthorized construction work on the territory of the dry storage facility for spent nuclear fuel at the ZaNPP. IAEA representatives and station employees are not allowed there.

Energoatom, may indicate their possible preparation of a terrorist attack with the use of nuclear materials and radioactive waste stored at the site of the station. 

There are 174 containers with spent nuclear fuel in the storage facility – their destruction due to detonation could lead to a radiation accident and contamination of several hundred km² of nearby areas.

And in this dirty campaign, even the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation does not hesitate, for example, to issue a photo from Slovenia from 10 years ago as evidence of Ukraine’s preparation of a “dirty bomb”. Not even Ukrainian fact-checkers, but official Ljubljana, point to what, having lost their patience.

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