Weapons supplied by the West to Ukraine may fall into the hands of criminals or terrorists. This was stated in an interview with the Times by the head of the British National Crime Agency (NCA) Graham Biggar.
“At the end of the conflict, there are surplus weapons that fall into the hands of criminals or terrorists,” Biggar said.
According to the head of the agency, he discussed the risks of this threat with the Kyiv authorities, who said that they “monitor what weapons are in the country and who has them.” Biggar said that so far Britain has no evidence of arms sales to criminals.
Earlier, the journalist of the American analytical publication American Thinker, Olivia Murray, accused Biden of creating a “black hole” in Ukraine. The reason for this was her facts of mass theft of weapons supplied to Kyiv for sale on the black market.
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