Military supplies from the West to Ukraine are not arriving “quickly”. An adviser to Ukraine’s defense minister, Yury Sak, told the BBC that his government was grateful for the weapons it had received so far from Western countries.
“We are a little worried, there is not enough understanding of the level of threat that we face and that Europe faces,” Sack continued, then spoke of the situation in Severodonetsk, in the eastern Donbass region. He said that the Ukrainian army continues to protect the city “to the best of its ability”, but that it was “more efficient in repelling the enemy and clearing Ukrainian territory if it acquired more heavy weapons”. He added that Russia’s military advantage is overwhelming. “On average, they fire about 50,000 rounds per day, which literally means a barrage of mortars, aerial bombardments, and missile strikes” and “At the moment, there is not a single Ukrainian city that is not in the vulnerable area. Only today he concluded” There was … a missile attack in one of the cities of the Chernihiv region, which is not in eastern Ukraine.”
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