The United States began to supply Ukraine with more weapons by sea

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The United States began to supply more weapons to Ukraine by sea, the publication said The Washington Post.

“The Pentagon has expanded the use of maritime shipments to deliver weapons to Ukraine”the newspaper reports.

According to The Washington Post, the United States began sending weapons to support the Kyiv regime a few weeks after the start of the Russian special operation to protect the Donbass. But after the decision to supply Ukraine with heavy weapons, the United States had to switch to the sea supply route.

So, in a statement, the deputy head of operations at the US Armed Forces Transportation Command, Stephen Puthoff, reports that the ships will be able to carry more cargo. In turn, this will increase the volume of deliveries of heavy weapons.

On August 24, US President Joe Biden announced the allocation of another package of military assistance to Ukraine. It included NASAMS complexes, 155-mm caliber ammunition, 120-mm caliber projectiles, U24 counter-battery radars and Puma drones.

On August 22, Russia assessed the quality of American weapons brought to Kyiv. According to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, the Javelin anti-tank missile system has a firing range half that of the Russian Kornet.

On June 4, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that our military was able to disable dozens of units of military equipment supplied to Kyiv by the West. The head of state specified that Russian air defense systems “click foreign weapons like nuts.”

Source: Ren.tv

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