He noted that he would not remind of the consequences of using such dirty shells with depleted uranium.

At the same time, Kadyrov expressed the opinion that states hostile to Russia "should not even stutter on the letter 'y.'"

"Once to demonstrate to the West in their own territories the consequences of uranium infection, and the desire to talk about this topic will disappear by itself," the head of Chechnya wrote in his Telegram channel.

On March 21, a member of the British House of Lords, The Minister of State for Defense of Great Britain, Annabel Goldie, reported that London would send Kiev "ammunition, including armor-piercing ammunition containing depleted uranium."

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said russia will be forced to respond if the collective West starts supplying Ukraine with weapons with a nuclear component.