WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Pentagon on Thursday said it was not aware of any imminent decisions on the delivery of long-range ATACM missiles to Ukraine, following a Wall Street Journal report suggesting that Washington is about to supply Ukraine. give them to Kiev.
Kyiv has long sought out the US Army’s Tactical Missile System, or ATACMS, arguing that the missiles will help them strike Russian forces far behind the front lines.
“I don’t have anything to announce about ATACM and I certainly am not aware of any imminent decisions regarding ATACM,” Pentagon spokesman Brigadier General Patrick Ryder said in a briefing. newspaper.