Interpol feared that weapons could continue to flow into Ukraine, as international aid is being provided to it, to continue to defend itself against Russian occupation, saying the weapons could fall into the wrong hands.
Interpol says it is not a matter of providing Ukraine with weapons, it is a matter of increasing the number of rockets that could fall into the hands of post-war terrorists, urging countries to start monitoring their supply of weapons. through their database.
However, Secretary-General of the Army Juergen Stock explained that this was a major setback for the creation of terrorist groups, who could take refuge in the Russian War and wreak havoc in the country due to the supply of weapons in their hands.
According to him, there is no doubt that some of the missiles have already fallen into disrepair, while they are fully prepared to meet their demands after the end of the Russia-Ukraine war, so caution must be exercised.
Since the start of the war, Ukraine’s Western allies have been assisting women, both large and small, to continue their war against Russia, but Interpol says more research is needed to prevent terrorists from gaining ground. tool easily.