By the Intel Drop

Ukrainian troops could be preparing an attack against Russian soldiers involving chemical weapons, the Russian Embassy in the United Kingdom warns.

The embassy posted a video on Twitter on Friday, showing drones and gas cylinders laid out on a table. Some of the gas cylinders appear to be attached to the drones, and a man shows a number of boxes filled with the same gas cylinders being stored in a fridge.

“A video published by Ukrainian military apparently shows them preparing to use chemical weapons, possibly phosgene, prohibited by UN CWC [chemical weapons convention], against Russian military. Letters ‘OB’ stand for toxic munition. This also explains why the gas cylinders need to be stored in the fridge,” the Russian embassy explained in its tweet.

In December, Russian Permanent Representative to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) Alexander Shulgin said that Moscow had information contractors from the United States were helping prepare “chemical provocations” in Ukraine.

Earlier, in June 2022, similar warnings were voiced by the Russian Ministry of Defense, which at the time stated Kiev was intending to stage a “false flag” attack involving chemical weapons in order to frame Russia and provoke confrontations with NATO.

SOURCEThe Intel Drop

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  1. I was hoping that when Zelensky was in Washington, or wherever he was filmed, that the White Hat military would take him into custody, and turn him over to the Russians. I’m sure they would know what to do with him. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen.