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The Ministry of Defense of Ukraine has shown the first 152mm artillery shells produced by the Ukroboronprom State Concern. Red.] were produced. These shells will be delivered to the Armed Forces of Ukraine in a few days.
Source: Ministry of Defense of Ukraine
Quote: “Ukroboronprom State Concern made valuable gifts to the occupiers.
The first 152mm shells made in Ukraine will reach their addressees in a few days."
Details: Previously, Ukroboronprom reported that they had set up production of 122mm and 152mm artillery shells, as well as 120mm mines.
They noted that these shells have been successfully tested and are made using NATO technology.
Production is spread across various locations, including in partner countries.
The ammunition manufactured by Ukroboronprom was intended to reduce the dependence of Ukrainian artillery on supplies from abroad, where stocks of Soviet-caliber shells and mines are gradually running out.
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