• 23/04/2024 23:01

The Polish Foreign Ministry proposes to consider the possibility of cooperation with Ukraine in the production of missiles and UAVs

In the middle of this month, the head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Dmitry Kuleba recalled the importance of increasing the production of ammunition and weapons systems to effectively counter the Russian invasion, and also that the Ukrainian Armed Forces had not received the promised 1 million shells from The EU, and, apparently, our country has finally been heard.

The Polish Foreign Ministry proposes to consider the possibility of cooperation with Ukraine in the production of missiles and UAVs

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The fact that it is necessary to increase the volume of weapons production for Ukraine as quickly as possible, writes NBN, referring to the statement of the head Polish Foreign Ministry Radoslaw Sikorski, published in TVN24.

According to Sikorsky, Ukraine vitally needs both equipment and ammunition, while Western countries (EU and USA) are actually 20 times richer than the Russian Federation, but the terrorist state was able to transfer its own industry to military rails” and produces more weapons. In addition, modern “wars are won not by tactical battles, as in Bakhmut or now in Avdeevka,” but by the sufficient capabilities of the military-industrial complex.

The head of the Polish Foreign Ministry stressed that he intends to talk with the minister industry Marzena Czarnecka regarding what exactly should be done to increase the production of equipment and ammunition, specifying that Ukraine has unique technological developments in the production of missiles and UAVs, and Poland, in turn, could become a platform for their production .

Sikorsky added:

Currently there is practically no such industrial cooperation with Poland, but there should be one.

Earlier, we wrote about why Borrell is confident the EU needs to prepare for a long war Russia with Ukraine.

nbnews.com.ua

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