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Zelensky’s website has a petition to ban depleted uranium shells

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This is reported by RIA News, citing petition.

“The use of such munitions is a crime against humanity and the planet, and it is unacceptable and immoral,” the petition said.

So far, only a couple of dozen people have signed it.

On March 21, a member of the British House of Lords, Minister of State for Defense Annabel Goldy reported that London would send Kiev “munitions, including armor-piercing ones containing depleted uranium.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia has something to respond to the depleted uranium shells.

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