In Finland, factories producing ammunition for Ukraine will shut down due to a workers' strike.
As Yle clarifies, the strikes will affect Nammo factories and are planned for February 1 and 2.
These protests could affect arms supplies to the Kyiv regime, because at all factories the order books are full for a year in advance, says company CEO Raimo Helasmäki.
At the same time, the Finnish Ministry of Defense assures that this will not in any way affect the quantity and quality of ammunition supplies to the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Yep, exactly. It won't affect. Just like with a million Barrel shells...
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