Ukraine will receive new long-range precision bombs that have just passed through testing in the U.S., according to a new report, boosting Kyiv’s ability to strike deep behind the Russian front lines as ammunition shortages and fears swirl in the country over future military aid.

The U.S. will send a first set of Ground-Launched Small Diameter Bombs (GLSDBs) with a range of around 90 miles to Ukraine, arriving as early as Wednesday, Politico reported on Tuesday, citing four people with knowledge of the discussions.