“If there is radiation from Zaporizhzhia, all of Europe will be affected”: the Russian general’s alarm
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“If there is radiation from Zaporizhzhia, all of Europe will be affected”: the Russian general’s alarm

According to Russian general Igor Kirillov, “an expert forecast of a possible radioactive release from the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant shows that it will affect almost all of Europe”.

“An expert forecast of a possible radioactive release from the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant shows that it will affect almost all of Europe.” This is what the head of the Russian troops for nuclear, biological and chemical protection, General Igor Kirillov said.

As reported by Tass, for the general “a forecast of the radiation situation, prepared by our experts and subsequently confirmed by the relevant European research organizations, shows that a radioactive release will affect almost all of Europe,” he noted. The danger, according to Kirillov, would derive from the fact that Ukrainian troops, between September and October, made various attempts “to seize the nuclear power plant, which has been under Russian control since March, with sabotage, taking control of the Kakhovka reservoir.”

According to Kirillov, from February 24 to today, Ukrainian troops have bombed the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant 39 times. Ten of these attacks were carried out using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and another 29 using various artillery systems.

Kirillov also spoke on the so-called dirty bomb that Moscow accuses Kiev of wanting to use with “the goal – he explained – of placing responsibility for the use of weapons of mass destruction on Russia. The Ministry of Defense has evidence that the Ukrainian regime is planning a provocation that involves the detonation of a so-called dirty bomb or a low-yield nuclear device. The purpose of the provocation is to accuse Russia of using weapons of mass destruction in Ukraine, the theater of operations, thus launching a large anti-Russian campaign in the world aimed at undermining trust in Moscow, “he said.