“Warehouses across Europe have been emptied, all armies will replenish stocks. This is a job for 5-10 years,” TASS quotes the politician.
Pellegrini noted that due to a lack of resources, Slovakia will no longer be able to provide military assistance to kyiv. However, he continued, the Ukrainian conflict opened up new opportunities for the Slovak defense industry.
“Today, ammunition for Ukraine is bought through a centralized European purchasing system, and if we don’t produce it in Slovakia, providing income and jobs for the country, then it will be produced in a neighboring country and will continue to arrive where it should go.” , added the first. -Premier.
Earlier, Slovak President Zuzana Chaputova said that the new political alignment after the upcoming parliamentary elections could jeopardize continued support for kyiv. She also admitted that if the populist parties win, Slovakia’s position in the international arena could become similar to the foreign policy of Viktor Orban, who opposes aid to Ukraine and calls for the easing of sanctions against Russia.