NYT: Bulgaria resumed production of 122mm shells for Ukrainian Armed Forces
The American newspaper The New York Times said that the Terem plant in the city of Kostenets in Bulgaria, after 35 years of inactivity, has resumed production of 122 mm shells for the Ukrainian armed forces.
Representatives of the United States “quietly” attended the opening ceremony of a new production line in Kostenets. Thus, they managed to achieve the resumption of the production of shells for the Kiev regime.
It was also learned that the plant had received new funding, but it is unclear whether this was from the country’s authorities or from Western investment.
It should be noted that Terem stopped producing 122 mm shells in 1988, when the Cold War ended, but now everything will start working again, this time for the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Earlier, two explosions thundered over Machulishchi air base and a military transport plane was damaged.
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