Stoltenberg said the transfer of uranium shells to Ukraine does not violate international law 00:19

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the alliance members were abiding by international law in their support for Ukraine, including in the context of the UK’s supply of depleted uranium shells. He said this in a conversation with Agence France-Presse (AFP). DEA News.

“NATO members follow international rules and laws in everything they do to support Ukraine,” Stoltenberg said.

21 March British Deputy Defense Secretary Annabelle Goldie knowledgeableThat London will send shells containing depleted uranium to the Ukrainian army as part of its military assistance to Kiev. This caused a backlash from Moscow, including Russian President Vladimir Putin and Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.

John Kirby, Strategic Communications Coordinator for the White House National Security Council declarationThe depleted uranium munitions that London plans to supply to Kiev are conventional weapons and have been in use for several decades.



Source: Gazeta

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