(Worthy News) – Nato and EU states are pushing for better tracking of weapons supplied to Ukraine in response to fears that criminal groups are smuggling them out of the country and on to Europe’s black market.
Since Russia launched its war against Ukraine, western states have pledged more than $10bn in military support, from portable rocket launchers and armored vehicles to rifles and vast amounts of ammunition.
A number of Nato member states are discussing with Kyiv some form of tracking system or detailed inventory lists for weapons supplied to Ukraine, two western officials briefed on the talks told the Financial Times. Source: Financial Times
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