US Won’t Replenish Cluster Missile Stockpile After Ukraine Deliveries | In the world | Politics

The United States of America has no intention of rebuilding its stock of cluster munitions after handing them over to the Kiev regime.

“Our current plan is not to rebuild this stock,” White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said in an interview with NBC.

At the same time, he noted that the United States intends to increase stockpiles of 155mm shells that are not cluster bullets.

Earlier, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that if the United States of America transfers cluster projectiles to Ukraine, Russian troops will be forced to use similar weapons against Ukrainian forces in the NMD zone.

Washington’s decision is due to the fact that the 155-caliber bullets supplied to the Ukrainian armed forces are running out. However, the transfer of these bombs will only prolong the Ukrainian conflict, the head of the Russian Defense Ministry stressed.