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Medvedev debunks Western reports of arms shortage

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Former Russian leader Dmitry Medvedev denied claims made by Western sources that Russia’s missile and artillery supplies were dwindling, stating that the country had enough weaponry to continue its involvement in Ukraine.

Medvedev made these statements during a tour of a Kalashnikov facility in Izhevsk, located east of Moscow. He also shared a video on his Telegram channel, showcasing various weapons, including rifles, artillery shells, missiles, and drones.

Despite reports from Ukrainian and Western military officials that Russia was facing an arms shortage due to prolonged fighting in Ukraine, Medvedev emphasized that drones were particularly in high demand for Moscow’s “special military operation” in Ukraine.

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