The head of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Kirill Budanov, appealed to the Canadian authorities to transfer 80 thousand CRV7 missiles for the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which can soon be disposed of.
As NBN reports , this is stated in the Global News material.
So, more than 83 thousand CRV7 missiles, which were intended for ground launch, are currently in the Canadian Army warehouses in Dendern. Moreover, the country has already hired a private company to dispose of them.
Verbatim from the statement of Kirill Budanov:
This would help Ukraine resist Russian aggression, and would also save taxpayers the cost of destroying them. We hope this will be a win-win situation.   ;   ;   ;   ;
Canada is considering the possibility of transferring missiles to Ukraine, but there are a number of problems. CRV7 — This is antiquated ammunition that is several decades old. Secondly, they may not be secure as they may have become unstable over time. This poses a danger both for the people who will work with them and for those who will transport them.
The Ukrainian flock claims that due to the difficult situation in which the country finds itself, Kiev is ready to go at risk, especially since Ukrainian Armed Forces fighters are already accustomed to handling old ammunition.
We recall that earlier a German general assessed whether Taurus missiles would help change the course of the war.