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Ukraine's mobile air defense system has enough ammunition to repel “a few” new major Russian attacks, but its supplies can only be replenished with Western help, a Ukrainian general warns. “In the current situation, ammunition (…) in terms of mobile air defense systems is sufficient to withstand the next powerful attacks,” General Serguii Naev, the commander of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, stressed on Wednesday by AFP during an interview with other soldiers near Kiev.

“But in the medium and long term, of course, we need the help of Western countries to replenish the missile stock,” adds the man who heads these units, which are particularly responsible for defending the airspace of the Ukrainian capital. For him, the priority is to “procure more ammunition” in the face of a Russian army that “really wants to exhaust the air defense system.”

According to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Russia has sent almost 300 missiles and more than 200 Shahed-type explosive drones to Ukraine since December 29, 2023.