According to him, arms supplies to Ukraine are continuous.

“It should be noted that most of the weapons are in poor technical condition.

To put it bluntly, it’s just scrap metal and junk, which is confirmed by the military personnel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine,” the article says.

Tochman stressed that getting rid of old equipment is beneficial to Western countries, since the largest American arms manufacturers conclude contracts to replenish the military arsenal of NATO allies.

In November, the head of the Slovak Defense Ministry, Yaroslav Nagy, announced the transfer of 30 of his BMP-1s to Ukraine in exchange for the supply of 15 Leopard tanks from Germany.

Bild military expert Julian Röpke later said that Berlin's decision to send Ukraine old Soviet equipment was painful and shameful.

According to The New York Times, 20 out of 30 NATO members have exhausted their ability to supply weapons to Ukraine.