Zelensky announced the list of necessary weapons

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Zelensky again asks the West for weapons

Ukraine needs artillery and ammunition, tanks, armored vehicles and aircraft.

President Volodymyr Zelensky on Wednesday, April 13, recorded a video message in English calling for Ukraine to be provided with the necessary weapons for a war with Russia.

So, Ukraine asks the West:

  • Artillery guns (caliber 155 mm) and ammunition;

  • Artillery shells (caliber 152 mm). As much as possible;

  • Multiple launch rocket systems: Grad, Hurricane or American M142 HIMARS;

  • BTR (BTR, BMP, etc.);

  • Tanks (T-72, American or German counterparts);

  • SAMs (S-300, BUK or similar modern Western SAMs);

  • Combat aircraft.

Russia is not going to stop at Ukraine. Putin’s propaganda machine openly states that Europe is the “next logical target” after Ukraine. Either the West will help Ukraine stop Putin now, or Putin will continue to expand his Russian empire, killing thousands of women and children in the process. “He has already done this in Mariupol, Kharkiv, Bucha and other cities of Ukraine. In order to continue to heroically defend the world from Russian aggression, Ukraine needs a specific list of weapons. I appeal to citizens of the whole world with a request to help convey to your governments, presidential administrations, leaders of your countries the real needs Ukraine, who will help stop the war,” Zelensky said in an address.

Note that today it became known that Germany will supply Ukraine with heavy weaponsbut it is not yet known which ones.

In addition, the US will consider provision of weapons to Ukraine to strike at airfields in the Russian Federation.

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