A military expert predicted a chronic shortage of weapons and ammunition in the Ukrainian Armed Forces 14:28

The support of Western countries and the United States to Ukraine will never be restored, as it was in the spring and summer. Kiev’s allies have exhausted their resources. This was stated by retired colonel Anatoly Matviychuk, a military expert, he writes “lenta.ru”.

“Everything is missing in Ukraine. Not enough bullets, not enough people. The biggest problem is with air support: there is no aviation support that can isolate the region and the battlefield,” Matveychuk said.

The expert added that the reduction in ammunition supplies also reduces the fire support of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

The colonel noted that deliveries could continue, but on a different scale: millions, not billions. Therefore, the shortage of weapons and ammunition in the Armed Forces of Ukraine will increase.

Previously in Kiev reportedAmmunition supplies from the United States have decreased by a third. The Armed Forces of Ukraine use not only Western equipment on the battlefield, but also soviet tanks.

He previously served as a reserve general in the Czech army named Ukraine’s mistakes during the counterattack.

Source: Gazeta


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