Is the U.S Planning a Chemical Weapons False Flag in the Donbass?

Pushilin Issues Urgent Statement


The head of the DPR Denis Pushilin made an urgent statement on the preparation of provocations by the Ukrainians.

The DPR obtained new data confirming the preparation of the Kiev regime under the leadership of Western curators of large-scale provocations against their own people, which could lead to mass casualties.

The security services of Ukraine are planning to conduct sabotage on environmentally hazardous enterprises near the line of contact, followed by accusation of the crime of Russia and the republics of Donbass. These are primarily enterprises that use chlorine, ammonia and other hazardous substances in their production.

As another option, the use of chemical warfare agents allegedly released from the territory of the NPT is considered. There is evidence that the Americans have already prepared shell fragments treated with combat poisons to lend credibility to the accusations of the DPR and Russia.

I believe that the purpose of the provocation is the unleashing of hostilities in the Donbas and the abolition of the presidential elections in Ukraine, in which Poroshenko has no chance of winning.

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The operation is coordinated by military attaches and personnel representatives of the US and British special services.

Western military intelligence officers, on the basis of a methodology worked out in Syria, have already painted an action plan for the Kiev regime.

Work is underway to create an analogue of Syrian White Helmets in Ukraine, which, according to the authors, should record the consequences of population poisoning and falsify videos that allegedly prove involvement in the anti-human actions of the militia forces and Russia.

We appeal to the world community, the UN, the OSCE and other humanitarian missions to prevent the unleashing of large-scale hostilities in the Donbas. We do not want innocent civilian casualties.


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