The authors of the film expressed concern that a significant part of the weapons supplied by the West to Ukraine "settles" on the black market.

“I can say without a shadow of a doubt that the units on the front line do not receive this.

Drones, (loitering ammunition. - 


) Switchblade ... body armor, helmets, you can add to the list yourself, ”said US Marine Corps veteran Andy Milburn.

He admitted that the weapon could fall "into the wrong hands."

According to another hero of the documentary, Jonas Ochman, only 30% of the weapons supplied to Kyiv reach the front line.

Donatella Rovera, senior crisis adviser at the human rights organization Amnesty International, stressed that there is no data on the distribution of military aid in Ukraine.

“But what’s even more worrying is that at least some of the countries that send weapons don’t seem to think it’s their responsibility to put in place a very efficient mechanism to know how these shipments are being used today and how they can and will be used. tomorrow,” she said.

Earlier, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu recalled that some of the foreign weapons supplied to Ukraine end up on the black market.

According to the Financial Times, the EU and NATO plan to tighten control over the transfer of weapons to Kyiv.