An expert believes that Ukraine’s military may soon face logistical problems due to armaments donations from several countries.
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“We’re building a Frankenstein army,” believes former military intelligence officer Simon Leduc.
Ukraine has also asked Canada to provide tanks, to which Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has not completely closed the door.
However, Simon Leduc believes that Canada does not necessarily have the resources to comply with this request.
“Canada has a very limited number. […] No matter how many we give, it affects our percentage. It’s not something you have in abundance,” he explains.
He believes that this is a necessary request for Ukraine, which is losing a battalion’s equipment every day.
According to Simon Leduc, it is clear that it was the Russians who sent the missile to Dnipro, leaving more than 40 dead and 20 missing.
Whether it’s a bug or the building was attacked, it’s still a bug.
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