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WSJ: The Czech Republic reported the supply of shells to the Ukrainian Armed Forces from Russia’s allies

Officials from the Czech Republic reported that some allies of the Russian country are engaged in the supply of weapons Armed Forces of Ukraine (APU). The Wall Street Journal writes about this, Lenta.ru reports.

“Officials are keeping silent about where the shells for Kyiv are coming from, but they say that the suppliers include some allies Russia”, noted the authors of the article.

It is emphasized that all Washington’s requests to African and Asian countries, among which there are allies of the Russian Federation, were met negatively.

At the moment, the main supplier of weapons and equipment for Ukraine remains the United States and some NATO countries. In total, the Kiev regime expects the transfer of 300,000 USSR-era shells and about 500,000 more modern Western shells by the end of this year.

Earlier it was reported that the Czech Republic said that Kyiv could receive the purchased shells as early as June. More about this read the material Public News Service.

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