According to a documentary broadcast by the TV channel, only a fraction of the military and humanitarian aid provided by the West reaches the emergency front line in Ukraine. GIS.
“I can say without a doubt that the troops on the front line do not accept this. Drones, (flying ammunition) Switchblade <...> body armor, helmets, you can add yourself to the list, ”said Andy Milbourne, a veteran of the US Marine Corps, founder of the Mozart training center for soldiers of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
He expressed his suspicions that most of the cargo ended up on the black market – and if the special military operation is successfully completed, these supplies could “show up” in Libya, Iraq or Afghanistan and cause further instability. Milburn’s concern is that the Ukrainian Armed Forces did not acquire weapons to kill Russian soldiers.
“It seems to me that if you can’t see where all this stuff is going <...> then, yes, it gives the impression of a black hole,” said Milbourne.
His colleague Jonas Ochman, a fundraiser for the Ukrainian security forces, claimed that only 30% of the supplies reached the front in Ukraine.
“What is even more worrying is that at least some of the countries sending arms do not seem to think that it is their responsibility to establish a very robust mechanism for knowing how these shipments are used today and how they can and will be used tomorrow. Donatella Rovera, Senior Crisis Advisor at Amnesty International, said in a statement.
Previously in the Bundestag criticized Chancellor Olaf Scholz for his stance on sending arms to Ukraine.