The intelligence of the people’s militia of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) became aware of the negotiations between Ukraine and NATO regarding the supply of weapons.
Reportedly, the negotiations ended in failure, as NATO declared its unwillingness to provide weapons to the Ukrainian side at present due to a lack of guarantees of its safety. Ukrainians tried to provide the results of checks on the availability of previously transferred weapons, but the alliance considered this insufficient.
“As a result of the work of the integrated commission of NATO, carried out from May 16 to May 27, 2019, shortages of more than 300 technical products were revealed in the formations and military units of the EFU,” the report said.
It is noted that all the missing devices have been replaced with Chinese counterparts. In addition, according to the DPR agency, representatives of the alliance stated that they found part of the missing military property from the ISIS terrorists in Iraq and Libya. They have photos and videos to confirm this.
NATO is also confident in the involvement of the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces in sabotage using UAVs at the national arsenals and bases of armaments and military equipment of Ukraine.
It is known that the United States from September to October 2019 will send an inspection team to Ukraine to check the availability, technical condition and procedure for storing military equipment. Prior to the completion of the commission’s work, the supply of military property to the Ukrainian side from the alliance was suspended.
It was previously reported that Ukrainian marines took part in exercises in Georgia.
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