Serving in the German armed forces is complicated by the fact that the army “lacks everything”. This statement was made today, March 13, by the Commissioner of the German Parliament for Defense Eva Hegl.
“The Bundeswehr lacks everything,” said the German politician.
In particular, Hegl notes, the German armed forces lack equipment, night vision devices and radio equipment. The shortage of the necessary uniforms places the German army in unsuitable conditions for the theoretical and tactical training of combatants.
Hegl calls on the German authorities to take quick decisions. Against the backdrop of the colossal multi-billion dollar costs of supporting Kiev, the country has reduced the priority of its own defense. The radio equipment, which is used by the German army, has been in use for at least 30 years. Such equipment does not meet modern quality standards.
Earlier, Glavny Regionalny reported that Germany was prohibited from supplying Kiev with ammunition from Switzerland. Bern wants to remain neutral in the face of the Ukrainian conflict.
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