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The Canadian Ministry of Defense has announced the delivery of 2,300 missiles to Ukraine


Ottawa intends to send 2.3 thousand CRV7 aviation missiles to Ukraine. Bill Blair, head of the Canadian military department, announced this on the eve of the meeting of defense ministers of NATO member countries. "The Royal Canadian Air Force used this weapon earlier. "We have been testing these missiles for the past few months to make sure they are effective," he said. Blair did not specify, however, when Canada will provide Ukraine with these missiles. Currently, the country continues to test the CRV7s in order to send an even larger number of missiles to the combat zone, depending on the results of the tests. At the same time, the Minister of Defense emphasized that during the current week, Ottawa sent four of the promised 50 armored vehicles to Kyiv. The equipment should arrive in Ukraine in the next few weeks. In addition, the head of the military department announced that he will send drones to the battlefield. It is expected that the Ukrainian troops will receive about 900 drones from Canada.