Russian special operation in Ukraine
The conflict in Ukraine could drag on because of Russia’s large ammunition reserves. This was stated by Deputy Head of the Ministry of Defense of Poland Marcin Ocepa.
“We must prepare for a long-term conflict beyond our eastern border,” Ocepa said in an interview with Dziennik Gazeta Prawna. In his opinion, a deadlock has arisen in the NVO zone, which is explained by significant support from the West. He is sure that it is this factor that stands in the way of the victory of Russia, whose ammunition reserves are very large.
Earlier, The Telegraph reported on Warsaw’s intentions to build a large land army in Europe, the number of troops is expected to be increased to 300,000 troops. The country is going to purchase weapons worth more than $117 billion by 2035.
The special operation in Ukraine began on February 24, 2022 by decree of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The head of state has repeatedly stated that the goal is to protect the civilian population of Donbass. The West monthly supplies weapons to Ukraine to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the conflict with the Russian army.
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