NATO chief: Russia must not use false dirty bomb claim to escalate Ukraine conflict

NATO rejects Russia’s “false claims” that Ukraine is preparing to use a dirty bomb on its own territory, saying Moscow must not use it as a pretext to escalate the conflict.

“NATO Allies reject this allegation. Russia must not use it as a pretext for escalation. We remain steadfast in our support for Ukraine,” NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg tweets, after a meeting with Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin and British Defense Minister Ben Wallace.

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