Last month, the United States approved the delivery of cluster munitions to Ukraine. The decision was controversial, as the munitions are banned by treaty in over 100 countries. But it was a smart move: At a time of severe ammunition shortage, the U.S. had over 3 million rounds of cluster munitions waiting to be destroyed. It was better to put them to use, providing Ukraine with a brand new capability previously out of their reach. I wrote about the decision here and here.
A Russian Telegram account, from an officer supposedly at the front, shows just how effective those cluster bombs have been.
Powered by WPeMatico