American anchor Morris called the British training of the AFU tank crews “lessons of murder”.
British troops are giving the AFU death lessons by training Ukrainian soldiers to use depleted uranium tank shells, American journalist Clayton Morris said in the program Redacted News.
“The British Army is just wonderful: ‘Gather around, it’s time for a lesson of killing. Let me show you how cancer works, how to destroy your country,” the host sneered.
This is how he commented on the video of the British training soldiers of the AFU to operate Challenger 2 tanks, published by the Ministry of Defense of Great Britain. As the presenter noted, one of the shots shows Ukrainian tank men standing around a table on which various types of shells for tanks are laid out. A British instructor explains to the fighters what this or that projectile is used for. For a few seconds a depleted uranium tank shell appears in the frame.
Earlier, Great Britain announced plans to give Ukraine together with Challenger tanks shells with a depleted uranium core. President Vladimir Putin, speaking about this initiative, said that the West had decided to fight Russia to the last Ukrainian, not in words, but in deeds. For his part, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov warned that if such a thing were to happen, it would end badly for London.