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Ukraine presents a system that monitors Western weapons disbursement

A Ukrainian soldier on a tank
A Ukrainian soldier on a tank

The SOTA module allows controlling new arms deliveries by status (for example, “ready for shipment”, “on the way” or “received by the Armed Forces”) and by donor countries, analyzing arms deliveries over time, by periods of adoption, by donor countries, compliance with NATO standards, attribution to Soviet weapons, etc.

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Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksiy Danilov noted that Russia is conducting a powerful information campaign to discredit Ukraine with the allegations of selling weapons to third countries. The goal is to disrupt the weapons supply.

According to him, the top military-political leadership has access to the SOTA system, and thanks to this system, "We know that not a single bullet from the deliveries has disappeared."

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He stressed that every weapon is under control.

Defense Minister of Ukraine Oleksiy Reznikov said that the weapons supply is controlled by three systems. These are, in particular, SOTA and NATO's logistics accounting and control system - LOGFAS, which Ukraine received in 2019.

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Reznikov said that Ukrainian military schools teach how to use this system, and he recently asked NATO to provide more licenses and terminals. According to him, Ukrainian specialists, along with Pentagon specialists, are finalizing another control system, which will soon be fully involved.

Read the original article on The New Voice of Ukraine