By RAF CASERT
BRUSSELS (AP) — European Union nations have acknowledged they may fail to fulfill a promise for ammunition Ukraine needs to stave off Russia’s invasion and win back occupied territory. With much fanfare early this year, EU leaders promised to provide 1 million rounds of ammunition to Ukraine’s front line by spring 2024. That would amount to a serious increase in production. But the bloc is finding it tough to come up with the goods. Some 300,000 rounds have been delivered from existing stocks in the EU so far, but the rest is harder to source before spring. EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said one solution would be redirecting current EU exports and prioritizing Ukraine.