Ulyanov: shells with depleted uranium will have a bad effect on Ukraine’s exports

Permanent representative of the Russian Federation Ulyanov: the supply of shells with depleted uranium will have a bad impact on Ukraine’s exports

The supply of low-enriched uranium ammunition by London to Kyiv may have a negative impact on the export of agricultural products from Ukraine, since no one wants to buy radioactive products. Russia’s permanent representative to international organizations in Vienna wrote about this on March 23 Mikhail Ulyanov on your social media page Twitter.

As Ulyanov noted, the supply of depleted uranium shells by Britain to Ukraine could adversely affect the export of Ukrainian agricultural products.

“No one, including the UK, would want to import products contaminated with radioactive dust”he wrote in his post.

As reported IA REGNUMformerly Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Maria Zakharova stated that the radiation consequences that could occur if depleted uranium munitions were used in Ukraine could not be controlled. She also recalled the accidents at nuclear power plants in Chernobyl and Fukushima, which continue to have dire consequences.


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