The Russian Defense Ministry announced on Wednesday that it had discovered a map of Ukraine in which they called the facilities for storing toxic substances and their type.
According to the Security Portfolio, the map was found in documents seized by Russian troops from the Fourth Regiment of the National Guard of Ukraine as part of an intervention launched by Moscow on February 24.
According to the Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenko, in a daily news release, he described the Ukrainian security service in Moscow (SBU, abbreviated as Ukrainian) as reliable. With the support of Western countries, it is producing a provocation that foretells the use of toxic substances against the public.
Commenting on this, Konashenkov said: “We are well aware that the SBU, with the support of the West, is preparing to use poisonous substances against civilians. The purpose of the provocation is to accuse Russia of using chemical weapons against civilians. And I want to officially declare that it cannot be, “he said.
In that sense, he’s throwing a dart at the United States: “Russia, unlike the United States, has long been obliterating its international obligations to destroy all stockpiles of such weapons.”
Indeed, on this day, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian recalled that the United States has an obligation to comply with the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) and to clarify issues of concern. The international community in this regard.
A Defense Ministry spokesman said that in order to avoid provocation by Ukrainian nationalists, Russian forces would take control of facilities located in the occupied territories and guarantee their safety.
On February 24, according to the Kremlin, Russia launched a military operation to militarize and destroy Ukraine. In the south of Ukraine, the Russian army seized control of the Gershon region, Melitopol, and Berdyansk, and laid siege to Mariupol.
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