Germany delivered three Dachs engineering tanks and 70 machine guns to Ukraine

Germany delivered three Dachs engineering tanks, 70 machine guns and spare parts for Leopard 2 tanks and Marder infantry fighting vehicles to Ukraine in a week. area German Ministry of Defense.

In addition, 30 sensors for unmanned aerial vehicles were delivered to Ukraine within a week.

It was reported earlier that within a week, Ukraine received two Gepard self-propelled anti-aircraft guns and two armored patrol vehicles from Germany. The data was published on the website of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, which gives a weekly report on newly arrived military equipment from Germany to Ukraine.

At the beginning of Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine, the Federal Republic of Germany delivered 34 such installations to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

In Germany, they announced that there are no definite plans for the supply of Leopard-2 tanks to Ukraine.

On 8 March, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell presented Allocate € 1 billion from the so-called European Peace Fund for urgent needs for the supply of ammunition to Ukraine.

On the same day, The Economist noted that before the offensive of the Ukrainian Armed Forces began, Western weapons flowed into Ukraine and the revenue stream from the stream turned into a river.

Source: Gazeta


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