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Ukraine war: How to repair the Ukrainian army’s modern weapons

By DW
27 September 2022   |   4:33 pm
Seven months since the Russian invasion of Ukraine began, repairing worn-out Western weapons is becoming increasingly important. The workshop for doing so is to be built on the Polish-Ukrainian border.

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