The country’s former president Dmitry Medvedev said that Moscow has enough weapons in its stockpile to continue the war with Ukraine, criticizing the reports published in the Western media under the title ‘Russia’s missiles and artillery are running low’.
Al Jazeera reported this news on Tuesday.
“Our adversaries are watching,” he said during a visit to the Kalashnikov factory in Izhevsk, about a thousand kilometers west of Moscow. They are making statements from time to time that we don’t have this, we don’t have that.
He said, I want to disappoint them. We have enough for everything.