The United States explained why Washington cannot transfer long-range missiles to Ukraine. Mark Milley, chairman of the Pentagon’s Joint Chiefs of Staff, commented on the situation in an interview with Defense One.
“From a military point of view, we have enough in case of an attack,” he said.
Earlier, Washington said the United States does not have additional ATACMS missiles that could be transferred to Ukraine. According to the publication Politico, the supply of ATACMS will lead to the depletion of American stocks. The Pentagon explains why the United States cannot transfer long-range missiles to Kiev
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