A petition was published on Zelensky’s website to ban the use of bullets containing depleted uranium 08:20

A petition was published on the website of President Volodymyr Zelensky’s office demanding that Ukrainian soldiers be banned from using depleted uranium munitions.

The petition was published on March 27. On the morning of March 28, he had received about 30 votes. Its evaluation requires 25,000 votes.

The text of the petition states that the use of depleted uranium ammunition is a crime against humanity.

“I request that this petition be considered positively and that safe measures be taken to prevent the use of such ammunition by the Armed Forces of Ukraine until the final consideration of the petition,” the document states.

21 March British Deputy Defense Secretary Annabelle Goldie statedIn addition to a fleet of Challenger 2 battle tanks, the country will supply Ukraine with depleted uranium ammunition.

Later Declassified UK edition reportedThat trainers in the UK have begun training the army of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the use of ammunition with depleted uranium.

Source: Gazeta


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