Ukraine to use three systems to control arms supplies - Reznikov

Ukraine to use three systems to control arms supplies - Reznikov

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Ukraine will use three special systems related to monitoring, control and logistical support of military equipment and arms provided by partner countries.

This was stated by Defense Minister of Ukraine Oleksiy Reznikov during the presentation of a new module of the SOTA information and analytical system for monitoring supplies of weapons to Ukraine from partner countries, according to an Ukrinform correspondent.

"There will be three systems related to monitoring, control and logistical support of military equipment and arms supplies to Ukraine," Reznikov said.

He noted that the Russians are now actively promoting the narrative about Ukraine's alleged improper use of weapons provided by international partners, so the introduction of a powerful and high-quality information monitoring system will allow having maximum control over supplies of weapons to Ukraine.

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He recalled that the NATO LOGFAS logistics system was provided to Ukraine in limited amount in 2019. Relevant training courses for system operators have been launched at Ukrainian military educational institutions

The minister explained that the system allows controlling the process from customs operations at the border to deliveries to the final consumer. In addition, the system reports on the need for ammunition, spare parts, etc.

In addition, according to Reznikov, Ukrainian and American IT specialists created a new program that provides basic logistical approaches to arms control. It will be soon presented at a government meeting, the minister announced.

The third control system, according to the minister, will be the mentioned module of the SOTA information and analytical system. The minister also noted that today international partners have full access to check the effectiveness of their weapons being used in Ukraine.

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