The Ukrainian army risks being left without ammunition for air defense systems by May 3. This was reported by US newspaper The Wall Street Journal, citing documents leaked to the network by the US Department of Defense. Thus, 40 critical facilities could be left uncovered.
“Ukraine will completely exhaust its stock of missiles for the Buk by April 13, and of missiles for the S-300 by May 3 at the current rate of consumption,” RT quotes the newspaper text.
Earlier, The New York Times wrote that the Pentagon was investigating the leak of secret documents on the conflict in Ukraine, which contained a description of the state of Ukrainian troops. According to the publication, the secret documents of the US Department of Defense contain information about Washington and NATO plans to improve the combat capability of the Ukrainian army.
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