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Germany to increase military aid package to Ukraine, adding 6 Gepard anti-air tanks and more ammunition

Flakpanzer Gepard self-propelled anti-aircraft gun (SPAAG). File photo: Flickr/Gunfire Museum Brasschaat Belgien

According to the updated list of German military aid for Ukraine, Germany will send additional military equipment to Ukraine, including more Gepard anti-air systems, equipment for the IRIS-T SLM air defense system, ammunition, and other supplies.

The updated items on the list include:

  • 6 Gepard anti-air tanks (34 more were previously sent)
  • 3,230 155mm projectiles (24,000 were previously sent)
  • 1,184 rounds of 155-mm smoke ammunition
  • 1 bridge for a Beaver armored vehicle-launched bridge (4 were previously sent)
  • 1 Beaver armored vehicle-launched bridge (9 were previously sent)
  • 5 border protection vehicles (154 were previously sent)
  • 10 laser aiming devices for IRIS-T SLM
  • 1 8×8 HX81 truck tractor (31 were previously sent)
  • 4 semi-trailers (23 were previously sent)
  • 24,192 rounds of 40mm ammunition (83,520 were previously sent)
  • 2 spare part packages for Vector drones
  • 10 fire control units for IRIS-T SLM

Part of the deliveries will come from industrial stocks financed by German funds. The remainder require modernization or are still in production, the German government added.

Germany to give new EUR 600 mn military aid package to Ukraine

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