Oleksandr Syrskyi and Rustem Umyerov during a telephone conversation with colleagues, photo of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine
The Minister of Defense of Ukraine presented the new Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine to the Supreme Commander of the Joint NATO Forces in Europe and the Commander of the Security Assistance Group of Ukraine.
Source: Ministry of Defence Ukraine
Details: Rustem Umyerov introduced Colonel General Oleksandr Syrskyi to the Supreme Commander of the Joint NATO Forces in Europe, General Christopher Cavola, and to the Commander of the Security Assistance Group of Ukraine, Lieutenant General Antonio Aguto.
According to Umerov, a “clear and objective conversation” took place.
Direct speech of the minister: “We discussed our military plans for 2024. The head of the committee announced the priorities. Among them are the optimization of the structure of the Armed Forces, improvement of the quality of training of our military, additional staffing of existing brigades and the creation of new ones, ensuring regular needs for weapons and equipment.”
Details: Separately, during the phone call, the parties discussed the continuous increase in EW assets to eliminate the threat of enemy drones.
It was also about ensuring the rotation of fighters at the front.
“Ahead of us is a lot of work and decisions necessary for our victory,” Umyerov said.
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