Humanitarian Flights for Ukraine Loaded with Weapons Found in Italy

Humanitarian flights leaving from Pisa, Italy, for Ukraine were loaded with weapons and ammunition, not food and medicine as claimed, according to the report.

Ground workers at Galileo Galilei airport refused to load one of the cargo flights advertised as carrying humanitarian aid to Ukraine after finding that the crates did not contain food and medication, but firearms, explosives and ammunition, the Unione Sindacale di Base (USB) wrote in a statement and then reported by The Daily Telegraph, British daily broadsheet newspaper.

USB is calling for air traffic control of the Pisa airport  to immediately block these flights of death disguised as humanitarian aid.