This information was reported by The New York Times, URA-Inform reports.
The New York Times, citing estimates from a number of American officials, reported that Ukraine is now critically short of both ammunition and soldiers, and this is a big problem.
“Ukrainian troops are exhausted, they lack weapons and ammunition. Air defense systems, critical to protecting civilians from Russian missiles, are being steadily depleted due to repeated bombings,” the article says.
The publication noted that already in March of this year , if there are no supplies from the allies, some systems may be left without missiles, and local counterattacks by the Ukrainian Armed Forces will cease.
It is worth noting that the shortage of missiles for air defense systems for Ukraine will be an even greater problem than the shortage of shells. Because projectiles can be replaced by drones to a certain extent. But there is nothing to shoot down enemy missiles except with air defense systems.
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