Russia negotiates ammunition with third countries, transports it from Belarus – Ukraine’s General Staff

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Russian troops are negotiating with third countries about the purchase of ammunition, and are also moving them to the front from Belarus, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported on 9 October.

“The leadership of the Russian Federation is taking measures to find additional resources for waging war. At this time, negotiations are underway with third countries regarding the purchase of artillery shells, mortar mines, and components for rocket launcher systems.

Military warehouses and arsenals of the Republic of Belarus remain another source of supplies. In the near future, it is planned to move 13 more echelons with ammunition and material and technical means to the territory of Russia,” the report states.

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