The Russian Defence Ministry has accused Kyiv of poisoning their troops in a “chemical attack in Ukraine” after an alleged outbreak happened on 31 July in the Zaporozhye region.
The suspect claims could be a reason for Vladimir Putin to use chemical weapons in a false flag operation in Ukraine as his so called “special operation” is failing.
The Defence Ministry accused Kyiv of “domestic terrorism” and claim their troops were “hospitalised with signs of severe poisoning.”
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The statement added, “The Zelensky regime has authorized terrorist attacks with the use of toxic substances against Russian personnel and civilians.”
The Russian Ministry claim that they have “supporting evidence” and report failed to say how many Russian troops had been poisoned or what their condition was now.
Botulinum toxin type B is a neurotoxin that can cause botulism when ingested in previously contaminated food products such as out of date canned food.
Ukraine’s Interior Ministry adviser Anton Gerashchenko said, “The department [Defence Ministry] does not clarify whether the poisoning could have been caused by expired canned meat, in which botulinum toxin is often found.
“Overdue rations have been massively complained about by the occupying forces since the first days of the invasion of Ukraine.
The Russian Defence Ministry said they are conducting investigations into the incident in which Volodymyr Saldo, the Russian-installed administration in Ukraine’s occupied Kherson region, was also poisoned.
A leading chemical and biological weapons expert who is a former British Army Colonel has warned that Putin could use tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine to “stave off defeat.”
Former British Army colonel Hamish de Bretton-Gordon told Express.co.uk, “The nuclear issue is huge and growing.”
He added, “Soviet doctrine, which the Russians seem to be following, allows local commanders to use tactical nuclear weapons to stave off defeat, which is looking increasingly likely in some areas.
“NATO should make clear to Putin that if its sees these tactical nuclear weapons being moved they will be taken out by long range missiles even if they are still in Russia.”
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