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Ukraine has informed its EU allies about a critical shortage of shells

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Ukraine’s Defence Minister, Rustem Umerov, has addressed a letter to the heads of the EU’s military departments, highlighting the critical shortage of artillery ammunition.

This was reported by Bloomberg.

In the letter, Minister Umerov notes that the troops can only fire up to two thousand shells a day along the 1,500-kilometre-long front line, and the shortage is worsening daily. Meanwhile, the occupation forces are reportedly launching three times as many shells.

Umerov estimates that Ukraine requires 200,000 155 mm shells per month. Once again, he urges European allies to fulfill their commitment to supply one million rounds of ammunition by March

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