WSJ: Czech Republic says ammunition supplies to Ukraine from Russia’s allies

A number of Czech officials said that some of Russia’s allies are transferring ammunition to Ukraine. This is stated in the material of The Wall Street Journal newspaper.

“Officials are silent on where the shells are coming from to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, but say the suppliers include some of Russia’s allies,” wrote the author of the article.

However, according to the publication, the African and Asian countries, to which Washington asked for supplies to Kiev, gave a negative response.

Earlier, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg urged the alliance members to hurry up with sending ammunition to the AFU.