Zelenskyy holds HQ meeting on situation at south front, ammunition, drone supply
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy held a meeting of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief Headquarters on Friday to address the issues of ammunition and drone supply as well as consider the situation at the south front.
"Andiyivka, Kupyansk, the south – the most important directions in our operations. Detailed reports by Commander-in-Chief [of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valeriy] Zaluzhny, commanders [of the Ground Forces Oleksandr] Syrsky, [of the Tavria Operational and Strategic Group of Forces Oleksandr] Tarnavsky, [of the Odesa Operational and Strategic Group of Forces Eduard] Moskaliov, [of the Odesa Operational and Strategic Group of Forces Andriy] Hnatov and others," the head of state said on the Telegram channel.
"Another issue in the spotlight is ammunition. Search for new contracts, cooperation with partners on the rhythm of international technical assistance, constant build-up of our own production. Also, drones, the work on increasing them in number and range of application," Zelenskyy said.
The president also heard a report on the protection of the frontline and borderline territories, particularly against Russia's air terror, ordered to draw up detailed plans of further protection of cities, communities and critical air targets.