An expert from the prosecutor’s office examines collected remnants of shells and missiles used by the Russian army to attack the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv. Photo: AFP
An expert from the prosecutor’s office examines collected remnants of shells and missiles used by the Russian army to attack the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv. Photo: AFP
Ukraine war

Burning through ammo, Russia using 40-year-old rounds in Ukraine, US official says

  • Moscow’s forces will run out of fully serviceable ammunition by early 2023 if they do not resort to foreign suppliers and older stock, the official added
  • But the use of such rounds carries risk, such as failure to fire or to explode when they land

An expert from the prosecutor’s office examines collected remnants of shells and missiles used by the Russian army to attack the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv. Photo: AFP
An expert from the prosecutor’s office examines collected remnants of shells and missiles used by the Russian army to attack the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv. Photo: AFP
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