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Kyiv strives to show Western donors it is monitoring weapons supplies

Servicemen of Ukrainian Military Forces load a flat bed truck with boxes of US made FIM-92 Stinger missiles in Boryspil Airport in Kyiv on February 13, 2022.
Servicemen of Ukrainian Military Forces load a flat bed truck with boxes of US made FIM-92 Stinger missiles in Boryspil Airport in Kyiv on February 13, 2022. © Sergei Supinsky/AFP
Ukraine, encouraged by its partners, has put in place safeguards to reassure its US sponsor that it is properly managing the flow of military hardware into the country. One of the main ones is the temporary arms survey commission, which is overseen by Crimean de-occupation strategist Rustem Umerov. [...] (560 words)
Issue dated 30/08/2022 Reading time 3 minutes

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