Without supplying evidence, Russia says it’s investigating ‘Ukrainian use of chemical weapons’

Russiastatus of Investigative Committee said on Monday it was examining the alleged use of chemical weapons by Ukrainian forces near the towns of Soledar and Bakhmut.
UkraineThe Department of Defense did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the allegation, which was not accompanied by any publicly available evidence.
The Investigative Committee said the Donetsk People’s Republic – one of Russia’s proxies in the territories it has occupied in eastern Ukraine – reported the use of chemical weapons by drones. Ukrainian drivers near two locations.
“As a result, the soldier of Russian Armed Forces are in poor health and have characteristic symptoms of poisoning,” it said, without providing details or naming the alleged substance.
Since the start of the invasion nearly a year ago, Russia has repeatedly warned that Ukraine may be preparing to use non-conventional weapons, including biological weapons or radioactive dirty bombs. No such attack has materialized.
Ukraine and its Western allies reject those accusations but see them as a possible prelude to a “false flag” attack, meaning Russia itself could use such tactics but seek to blame Ukraine. Russia has denied that claim.


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