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Britain's plans to supply Ukraine with depleted uranium munitions speak of the West's readiness to fight Russia to the last Ukrainian, Russian President Vladimir Putin told journalists today after his talks with Chinese leader Xi Jinping, who was visiting Moscow, TASS reported.

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A written response published yesterday by Deputy Defense Secretary Baroness Annabelle Goldie to a question from House of Lords member Raymond Jolliffe said the British authorities would supply Ukraine with shells containing depleted uranium, which are more effective at destroying armored personnel carriers. technique.

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said today that there are fewer and fewer steps left before a potential "nuclear clash" between Russia and the West, Interfax reported, citing Reuters.

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The Russian Foreign Ministry also condemned Britain's plan to send depleted uranium munitions to Ukraine, Reuters reported.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova called the plan, announced yesterday by the government in London, a "Yugoslav scenario."

Zakharova said that (in the former Yugoslavia) these munitions caused cancer and polluted the environment.

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