Ukraine bets on drones to repel Russian aggression while Moscow seeks to strengthen its arsenals with the help of North Korea, which has considerably increased rail transport to Russia.
“The path of a drone from development to purchase is now as short as possible. The production of Drones have multiplied a hundred times in a year. More than 200 Ukrainian companies began developing drones,” Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmigal reported on Telegram.
According to the head of the Cabinet of Ministers, the Ukrainian State is working “to strengthen its own defense and recovery capabilities.”
“The approaches to the development of the Ukrainian military industry changed radically and a new company was created on the basis of Ukroboronprom (the main Ukrainian military company) in accordance with modern standards of business management,” he noted.
Ukraine has considerably increased the use of drones in recent months, both in the battlefield as in the Russian rear and even against several Russian regions bordering Ukraine or Moscow itself.