Ukraine: IAEA finds no evidence that proves Russia’s dirty bomb accusations
Russia has accused Ukraine weeks ago of planning to use dirty bomb on its people
IAEA is out with a report, saying it has no prove of Ukraine planning using “dirty bomb” as purported by Russian authorities.
The IAEA inspected three key nuclear facilities in Ukraine and found zero signs or prove of dirty bomb anywhere.
“IAEA inspectors have completed in-field verification activities at three locations in Ukraine at the request of the Ukrainian government found found no inindicatios of undeclared nuclear activities and materials” the report said.
President of Russia, Vladimir Putin had earlier threatened to use “weapons of mass destruction” to defend Russian territories and its citizens should the need arise.
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Ukrainian authorities upon hearing Russia’s accusations wrote an official letter to IAEA to investigate the matter. But after weeks of investigations, they found no prove Ukraine was planning something of that sort according to Director General Grossi.
“Our technical and scientific evaluation of the results we have so far did not show any sign of undeclared nuclear activities and materials at these three locations” he said.
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