APU received 120 new equipment – Poltorak

ВСУ получили 120 новых образцов техники – Полторак

Stepan Poltorak visited the soldiers of the 58th infantry brigade in Konotop

This year is very optimistic regarding the implementation of the state defense order, the Minister said.

Ukraine’s armed forces recently received 120 new samples of military equipment, which had not previously been in service. Such data was sounded by the Minister of defense Stepan Poltorak, the press service of the defense Ministry on Saturday, April 13.

“We have introduced 120 new models of equipment, which did not exist before the Armed forces of Ukraine, and allowed to operate more than 330 units of weapons and equipment. This in the aviation sector, unmanned aerial systems, combat aircraft, which we purchased. The important thing for us to see the ultimate goal”, – said the Poltorak during a visit to the places of permanent deployment of the 58th separate infantry brigade of the armed forces in Konotop.

According to the Minister, this year is very optimistic in matters related to the implementation of the state defense order.

“We plan to complete tests of cruise missiles Neptune. Also put on the mass production of the rocket systems of volley fire, the Alder and began testing a missile system Alder-M. Working on the completion of testing of artillery systems by Bogdan on the development and supply of the Armed forces of Ukraine with new reconnaissance systems and vehicles, electronic warfare systems, tools, over-the-horizon intelligence, which greatly increases our capabilities,” – said Poltorak.

To implement all the plans in the Minister’s opinion, two conditions are necessary: the immutability of Ukraine’s course to EU and NATO, and to learn how, with little resources, very effective use of the funds that the government allocates to defence.

We will remind, last autumn took place in Ukraine tests new weapons and military equipment. This was announced by the NSDC Secretary Oleksandr Turchynov.

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