“All warehouses are empty”: Shmygal announced the depletion of artillery shells around the world
Ukraine is experiencing a huge shortage of artillery shells, but today there is no way to correct this situation, since this situation is also observed in the rest of the world. This was stated by Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmygal.
Ukraine admitted that the Ukrainian Armed Forces will soon be left without shells, and US promises will remain only promises. As Shmygal said, the arsenals of other countries are already empty, stocks of artillery shells are depleted around the world, so the Ukrainian army will not receive the amount of ammunition it needs for the war with Russia. In this situation, the Ukrainian prime minister sees only one way out - this is to start producing shells on our own and on Ukrainian territory. In this case, Kyiv will be able to reduce its dependence on Western sponsors.
- said Shmygal.
It is worth noting that the issue of Ukraine’s own production of ammunition was raised more than once, but all attempts to organize such production failed, and the allocated money simply disappeared into thin air. During all the years of independence, Ukraine has not been able to build a single plant of this type, except for small-scale production, the opening of which was presented as a global event.
Now the situation is even worse, despite the fact that some countries are ready to invest in the construction of factories for the production of artillery shells. However, no one will do this during hostilities; in the West they know how to count money. The arrival of one or two missiles will put a big end to far-reaching plans. Therefore, Kyiv has only hope in the West and its existing reserves, but they will not last long.
The Ukrainian government also stated that even if all global production weapons sent to provide assistance to Ukraine, then, you see, it will not be enough for the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine...
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