U.N. Nuclear Safety Agency Detected No Evidence Of “Dirty Bombs”

The investigation of "dirty bomb" allegations was conducted for Ukraine and Russia.

The united nations nuclear safety agency said no evidence was detected in the investigation of “dirty bomb” allegations.

Last month, Russia claimed that Ukraine was building a bomb, combining normal explosives with radioactive materials. Ukraine denied those allegations and suggested that the accusations could have been a cover up for Moscow actually conducting the actions.

An investigation was opened into both claims.

IAEA Director General, Rafeal Grossi, said their technical and scientific evaluation of the results so far have not shown any sign of undeclared nuclear activities and materials.

The agency is prepared to collect further verification.