It seems China is preparing to get its hands dirty in the Russia-Ukraine War by selling its lethal weapons to support the aggressive invaders 365 days later.

A day before Ukraine marks one year since Russia’s “special military operation,” a German online magazine reported an alleged arms deal brewing behind closed doors between Moscow and Beijing.

Without name-dropping any specific sources, Der Spiegel said that Russia is currently negotiating with a Chinese company to acquire possibly more than a hundred Chinese kamikaze drones that will ramp up its planned assaults on Ukrainian cities in the coming months. The source—who contacted the online magazine on Thursday night—added that the unmanned drones are expected to be delivered to Russian troops as early as April if things go well.

A week prior to the information leak, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken spoke at the Munich Security Conference about concerns surrounding Chinese “lethal” supplies to Russia and reiterated serious sanction repercussions if Beijing furthers its alliance with Moscow.

We are very concerned that China is considering providing lethal support to Russia in its aggression against Ukraine,” Blinken added, “and I made clear that that would have serious consequences in our relationship as well.”