Russian intelligence chief accuses West of worrying about nuclear attacks
a number of Western leaders have accused Russia and Russia of using nuclear weapons in the war, and the head of Moscow‘s intelligence agency has accused the West of raising concerns about it.
” Indeed, we are very concerned about western statements that make it possible to use nuclear weapons, ” said Sergey Naryshkin, head of Russia’s foreign intelligence agency. It’s not absolutely acceptable.”
This comes at a time when Moscow has accused Kief of using an active radio series of “dirty bombs” on Russia. The world should not allow this,” Mr . Sergey Naryshkin said.
On the other hand, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said this means that Russia itself may be preparing for such an attack. International friends of The Kaif have also denied the claim. Washington said Russia rejects any plan to increase the crisis.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu made remarks about the ” dirty bomb “
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu made remarks about the ” dirty bomb ” in a telephone conversation with his British counterpart Ben Wallis. He was concerned about possible money from The Kief, including the work of the ‘ dirty bomb ‘,” he said.
Mr . Shoigu also spoke by phone Sunday with the defense ministers of the United States, France, and Turkey and shared Moscow’s concerns about this. But he has not presented any evidence to prove Russia’s claim.
Ukrainian President Volodomir Zelensky has again accused Russia of being the source of any unimaginable incidents in the war. Mr . Zalinsky said Moscow threatened the whole world with the danger of disaster by radioactive radiation from the occupied Ukrainian nuclear power plant.
He also cited threats from Moscow to burn a large power dam in southern Ukraine. But Kremlin denied the accusations. The Ukrainian president insisted that the world should react to Russia’s threats in the strongest possible way.
At the same time, The British Defence Minister said Mr . Shuego had rejected accusations that The Coffey, with the help of Western countries, including Britain, was planning steps to intensify the war in Ukraine. He insisted that such claims should not be used as a pretext for escalating the war.
US Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III also spoke to Mr. Shoigu
US Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III also spoke to Mr. Shoigu on Sunday in a telephone conversation. This is the second time in a few days that Russian and US defense ministers have spoken on the phone.
Military analysts say Russia has made the accusations at a time when its troops are facing repeated defeats during Ukrainian forces ‘ retaliatory operations in southern and western Ukraine.
The American Institute for War Studies ( ISW ) wrote in several Twitter posts that Mr . Shuigu apparently wanted to stop or delay Western military aid to Ukraine and possibly weaken NATO’s alliance with such terrifying bells.