14 September 2023, 16:52
The Commander-in-Chief of the Norwegian Armed Forces, Eirik Kristoffersen, said that today NATO member countries have critically low stocks of missiles and ammunition.
This is stated in the publication of the Norwegian newspaper VG.
He stressed that the armament of the bloc’s armies is still progressing too slowly.
“All the commanders-in-chief I’ve talked to say the need for new weapons is outpacing production,” Kristoffersen said.
Earlier, Latvian Defense Minister Inara Murniece announced plans to create a state enterprise to produce shells for NATO.
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