In an interview for Metropolia Warszawska, the minister noted that “the first deliveries of ammunition to Ukraine were sent even before the start” of the Russian special operation. He noted that military assistance from Warsaw forces the republic to increase military spending. According to him, it is necessary to accelerate the work of equipping the national army.
The minister noted that Warsaw had handed over various ammunition to Kiev, as well as tanks and drones.
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