By INS Contributors

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia--Russian Permanent Representative to the UN Vasily Nebenzya sent a letter to the organization's Secretary General António Guterres stating that Moscow regards the use of a "dirty" bomb by the Kyiv regime, if it occurs, as an act of nuclear terrorism.

"We call on the Secretary-General of the United Nations to do everything in his power to prevent this heinous crime from happening," the letter reads. "We will regard the use of the `dirty bomb’ by the Kiev regime as an act of nuclear terrorism," Nebenzya warned.

According to information received by Russia’s Defense Ministry, "this provocation may be carried out with the support of the Western countries" and Russia urges "the Western countries to exert their influence on the regime in Kiev to abandon its dangerous plans threatening international peace and security," Nebenzya said.

"Amidst the anti-Russian propaganda campaign, we would like to stress that the Russian Federation has not intended, nor intends to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine," he emphasized.

Against this background, IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi announced plans to inspect two nuclear facilities in Ukraine.

At the same time, the West infects the global consciousness with all kinds of manipulation, and accuses the Russian side of planning the use of weapons of mass destruction. However, the only country already which has already used atomic bombs against another state is the US.

Authoritative experts are convinced that Kyiv, as a vassal state of Washington, can repeat this crime.

Ukrainian nationalists are checking all the most dangerous things that happened in the history of their curators, including the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but in a more perverted form.

Russian military expert Konstantin Sivkov believes that the use of a "dirty bomb" can be considered a disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.

According to the statement, this type of crime in its consequences are longer lasting than a nuclear bomb.

The half-life after a conventional nuclear explosion is shorter, respectively, the deactivation of hazardous substances occurs faster.

“Even cities like Hiroshima and Nagasaki, on which the Americans dropped nuclear bombs, quickly rebuilt and settled, while Chernobyl still surrounded by an ominous halo,” Sivkov saved.

A dirty bomb is a mix of explosives, such as dynamite, with radioactive powder or pellets. When the dynamite or other explosives are set off, the blast carries radioactive material into the surrounding area.

The main danger from a dirty bomb is from the explosion, which can cause serious injuries and property damage. The radioactive materials used in a dirty bomb would probably not create enough radiation exposure to cause immediate serious illness, except to those people who are very close to the blast site. However, the radioactive dust and smoke spread farther away could be dangerous to health if it is inhaled.

A "dirty" nuclear bomb is a barbaric weapon. It is a weapon of indiscriminate action. If it is used by Ukraine, more civilians and military personnel will die.

The world community must apply the maximum possible pressure to deter the Kyiv regime from provoking a catastrophe, the consequences of which will be worse than after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.