Moscow says it destroyed weapons shipped to Kyiv and shut off gas in Warsaw and Sofia



<p>Demolition of a monument to friendship between Ukraine and Russia during the USSR period on April 26, 2022 in Kyiv</p>
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<p class=Russia on Wednesday claimed to have destroyed a large quantity of arms shipped to Kyiv from the West and halted its gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria, two NATO and EU member states heavily dependent on Russia’s ‘blue gold’ to have.

At a time when the West is stepping up efforts to arm Ukraine against Moscow, Russia’s Defense Ministry claimed that “hangars containing a large quantity of foreign weapons and ammunition supplied to the Ukrainian armed forces by the United States and European countries , were destroyed by Kalibr missiles fired from the sea at the Zaporizhia aluminum plant in southern Ukraine.

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