Ukraine Army chief calls on U.S. to provide more 155 mm artillery
The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Valeriy Zaluzhny, in a phone call with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Milley, informed him about the current situation at the front and the need for Ukraine to get more new artillery pieces as soon as possible. "I emphasized that the enemy concentrated its main efforts in the north of the Luhansk region. He noted that Russia's invading forces, having failed to advance in the Luhansk direction, resumed the shelling of residential areas in Kharkiv, which requires the Ukrainian Armed Forces to take adequate action.
Also, the Russian armed forces continue to fire artillery and mortars at Ukrainian defense forces in the Chernihiv and Sumy regions. According to him, the front line currently stretches 2,450 kilometers, with active hostilities taking place along a 1,105-kilometer front line. "I reiterated my request to General Milley - to help us get more 155 mm caliber artillery systems in the shortest possible time.
According to him, he also discussed with Milley the transfer and use of weapons already provided by the U.
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