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In Czech Republic bought for Ukraine MLRS RM-70 with missiles

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The rocket launcher was overhauled, including repairs to the engine, landing gear platform, and fire control system.

In a few weeks, Ukraine will receive the RM-70 rocket launcher and 365 missiles, for which the citizens of the Czech Republic raised more than $1.3 million. This was said by the author of the initiative A gift to Putin Martin Ondracek, according to Ceeske Noviny.

“Now we have exceeded $1.3 million, our goal is more than $2.3 million. The car costs about $784,000. Our goal is to send another 365 missiles there so that the weapons have some kind of equipment,” he says.

It is noted that the rocket launcher has been overhauled.

“It is a complete overhaul, including the engine, landing gear platform, missile launcher or fire control system, so that the missile launcher meets the highest possible requirements for combat use,” said Ivo Streycek, director of development at STV Group.

Recall that the Czech Republic will produce air defense systems for Ukraine

It was also reported that the Czech Republic will send military police experts to Ukraine to join the investigation of war crimes committed by Russia.

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