'Dirty bomb': Scholz rejects Russia's accusations against Ukraine

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Monday dismissed Russia's accusations that Ukraine was preparing a "dirty bomb".

'Dirty bomb': Scholz rejects Russia's accusations against Ukraine

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Monday dismissed Russia's accusations that Ukraine was preparing a "dirty bomb".

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Scholz agrees with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's view that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspections, requested by Kyiv and which have begun, will remove all doubts on this subject, said the German Chancellery in a statement after a telephone conversation between the two leaders.

The German Chancellor also condemned the persistent Russian attacks against Ukrainian civilian infrastructure.

MM. Scholz and Zelensky also called for not jeopardizing the implementation and extension of the cereals agreement under the aegis of the United Nations so as not to weigh on world food security.

The German leader also reiterated his country's desire to continue to support Kyiv politically, financially, humanitarianly and in the defense of its sovereignty and territorial integrity, including by delivering weapons.

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