InformNapalm: Antidote is being issued to the Russian military. They may be preparing to use chemical weapons in Ukraine
Volunteer analysts InformNapalm are reporting that the Russian military has begun issuing antidotes for certain types of poison, in particular the nerve agent Sarin.
The Center for Counteracting Disinformation under the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine confirmed that every day more and more facts appear indicating Russia's intentions to use poisonous substances against Ukraine.
InformNapalm, citing several sources, wrote that Russian doctors have begun to administer an antidote to Russian invaders (injections of the high-quality drug Pralidoxime (2-PAM CL), as well as issue ampoules with atropine. This drug is an effective antidote for chemical poisoning.
According to one of the sources, on March 23, a truck of Russian forces was seen in the Kherson region, which, judging by the packaging, was transporting caustic soda. It is also used to neutralize chemicals.
Other interlocutors of InformNapalm told that on March 20, Russian recruiters approached a former military officer of the RCBZ troops of Russia and offered him to take part in the war against Ukraine for 200,000 rubles, where "the knowledge and skills of the RCBZ troops will be in demand." The radiation, chemical, and biological protection troops.
The plans of the Russian Federation to use chemical weapons are also indicated by repeated propaganda statements about the alleged development of chemical or biological weapons in Ukraine. The EU countries “warned that the occupiers were coming up with a pretext” to use chemical weapons themselves.
“Probably, Russia plans to use sarin to achieve its goals in critical areas for the possibility of breaking through the Ukrainian defenses. Mariupol, Kyiv, or other cities of Ukraine, where Russian troops fail to break through the defenses of Ukrainian defenders, can become a field for such an experiment,” InformNapalm stressed.
Meanwhile, for weeks Russia has also been laying the groundwork for false flag chemical attacks.
Additional details in this article are provided by Inforesist.org