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Half of Western military aid to Kyiv arrives late, says Ukrainian Defence Minister


Half of Western military aid to Kyiv is delivered late, says Ukrainian Defence Minister Rustem Umerov, as the country struggles with an ammunition shortage. SOUNDBITE

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