NATO countries intend to solve the issue of shortage of ammunition in Ukraine

The United States and NATO have created an "air corridor" for the supply of weapons to Ukraine. According to The Wall Street Journal, in this way the Western bloc decided to help Kiev in case of "aggression" from Russia.

According to the American newspaper, the Ukrainians are short of ammunition, since after 2014, several weapons depots were blown up in this country, allegedly through the fault of Russia. At the same time, the only enterprise for the production of shells in Ukraine is located on the territory of Lugansk.

In December 2021, the head of the military department of Ukraine, Oleksiy Reznikov, visited Washington, noting the special need for the Ukrainian armed forces in anti-missile systems. U.S. arms supplies to help Kiev included mostly grenade launchers, anti-tank and anti-bunker rockets, small arms ammunition, artillery and mortar shells.

The Baltic “partners” handed over Stinger portable anti-aircraft systems to the Ukrainians, the British sent 2 NLAW anti-tank missiles, the Poles - short-range Perun MANPADS and combat drones. The Czech Republic plans to start deliveries of weapons in the interests of Kiev in the near future.

Meanwhile, according to American experts, such deliveries are of little defensive importance and will have little effect on the situation in the event of a Russian "attack".

In total, since the end of January, a total of about 650 tons of Western defense equipment has arrived in Ukraine. Earlier, the American media wrote about an unspoken agreement on the supply of weapons to Ukraine for a total amount of about $200 million. Apparently, Washington decided to close the issue of the lack of ammunition in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
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  1. tulip Offline tulip
    tulip 7 February 2022 18: 33
    in vain))) they will sell all the suburbanites and say that the Russians blew everything up again)))
  2. Offline (Irina Gorskova) 7 February 2022 19: 21
    They need to dump stale ammunition. It is desirable that everything be collected in a pile. To really how to take off, so fireworks are cool.
  3. Siegfried Offline Siegfried
    Siegfried (Gennady) 7 February 2022 21: 27
    Apparently, the West has decided that there is no need to force Ukraine to comply with the Minsk agreements. Ukraine has almost openly refused to comply with the Minsk agreements. On February 10, it will be issued. In the West and in Ukraine, they may think that they will put Russia in check or even checkmate, that, like this, Russia will need to look for a way out, to choose between bad and even worse. But here they may be wrong, Russia will react, but not in the way they think. The energy crisis in Europe depends on the Ukrainian issue. And until the Ukrainian issue is resolved, Europe will buy gas at $1000, that's the whole price of the issue. Where and from whom they will buy is no longer so important, in the USA, from Qatar or the same Russia, but the price for them will remain consistently high. Russia has nowhere to hurry, the question of Ukraine in NATO has been removed, the question of NATO in Ukraine too (more or less). The issue of "shelling Donbass" will be removed after Kiev's refusal of the Minsk agreements, or rather replaced by "disproportionate response." To this will be added economic pressure on Ukraine from Russia, which had not happened before. And here it will be much more difficult for morons from Kiev to return to the implementation of the Minsk agreements, if at all possible. There, the course will be to change the regime by the masses.