Reznikov: Ukraine needs more weapons to stop Russian aggression

Reznikov: Ukraine needs more weapons to stop Russian aggression

Minister of Defense of Ukraine Oleksii Reznikov notes that while the NATO summit is being held in Madrid, shelling of peaceful Ukrainian cities continues so Ukraine needs more weapons to stop Russian aggression.

“Ukraine’s army is steadily switching to Western weapons and new tactics of using them. Russian army’s sinking into the Stone Age, but still outnumbers us. We need more weapons! During NATO summit in Madrid, the shelling of peaceful cities continues. NATO’s able &must act to stop this aggression!” Reznikov posted on Twitter.

As reported, NATO summit takes place in Madrid on June 28-30. The Heads of State and Government consider the ways to strengthen deterrence and defense policies and to develop the Alliance's defense capabilities in the new security situation that has emerged since Russia's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine.

For the first time in the history of the Alliance, a joint plenary session was held with the participation of partners from the Indo-Pacific region – Australia, Japan, New Zealand and the Republic of Korea. Leaders of other key NATO partners – the EU, Georgia, Finland and Sweden – also took part in this meeting.


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