According to the monitors from Germany and France, it is very likely that the radioactive cloud originated from the nuclear facility situated between the Urals Mountains and the Volga River so it can be in Russia.
However, Rosatom denied such suggestions and insisted that there were no incidents at the nuclear power plants in Russia. Moreover, it pointed that one of the southern countries such as Italy, Ukraine or Romania can be the source of the cloud.
Nevertheless, this situation raised concern in Europe as it is the potential threat to the health. Moreover, it is not the only harm caused by Russia and there is a reason for concern, taking into account the annexation of Crimea by Russia in 2014.
Earlier Ciaran Martin, the Director of the center in the UK accused Russia of the cyber attacks at the mass media, telecommunications and energetics during 2016. Moreover, Theresa May, the Prime Minister of the UK claimed that Russia attempts to sabotage the free communities by the cyber attacks and cyber spying.
Talking about the nuclear threat it is worthy to remember the Chernobyl Disaster that took place on April 26, 1986, in Ukraine and poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko, the former KGB officer.
The European scientists assured that the level of the ruthenium-106 does not threaten the health of people but they also noted that this is the product of the splitting atoms in a reactor and the possibility of the natural occurrence is excluded.
Still, there is no confirmation of the information from Russia and the European experts said that the clear response from Russia will answer all questions appeared after the occurrence of the nuclear cloud. However, Kremlin continues to insist that the results of the research were incoherent and incorrect.