Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says that deliveries of key artillery shells to his country have dropped off after the start of the Israel-Hamas war.
“Our deliveries have decreased,” Zelensky tells reporters, referring specifically to 155-millimeter shells that are widely used on the eastern and southern frontlines in Ukraine, saying “they really slowed down.”
“It’s not like the US said: We don’t give Ukraine any. No! It’s just that everyone is fighting for [stockpiles] themselves,” he says. “This is life. I’m not saying that this is positive, but this is life, and we have to defend what’s ours.”