Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala said that the stockpiles of weapons in the country’s warehouses are dwindling, leading to a reduction in Prague’s ability to help the Kiev regime.
“Indeed, we have fewer and fewer stocks and assistance capabilities in our warehouses,” Petr Fiala said at a news conference in Vienna.
Fiala pointed out that Prague would continue to support the Ukrainian Armed Forces and said that the Czech defence industry was ready to cooperate with Western partners to provide assistance to Ukraine.
Earlier, Reuters sources said that the EU initiative to allocate military aid to the Kiev regime was encountering growing resistance from the countries of the association. Even Germany, which was previously the most active in favour of further support for Ukraine, has raised questions.