Ukroboronprom has repaired more than 3,000 armored vehicles in combat areas

Ukroboronprom has repaired more than 3,000 armored vehicles in combat areas

From February 24, 2022 to March 22, 2023, the repair crews of enterprises that are part of the State Concern Ukroboronprom restored 3,089 armored vehicles directly in combat areas.

"Since the first day of the Russian Federation's full-scale aggression against Ukraine, field repair teams of Ukroboronprom enterprises have restored more than 3,000 vehicles, including more than 1,500 heavy armored vehicles and the same number of light ones. Some equipment was repaired by our specialists 5-6 times and it still destroys the occupier," the State Concern Ukroboronprom posted on Telegram.

It is noted that field repair crews of Ukroboronprom enterprises restored 1,507 units of heavy armored vehicles and 1,582 units of light armored vehicles in combat areas.

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"Military equipment that can be repaired directly in combat areas should be restored there. According to our calculations, last year we restored 90%-95% of all armored vehicles right at the front," the report reads.

Photo credit: Ukroboronprom

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