Each NATO country, as well as its Allies, helps Ukraine as much as it can and has enough political will.
Against this background, Bulgaria is the country that has remained extremely cautious, while the United States has launched arms supplies worth billions of dollars since the beginning of the war. Dnevnik has information that is not exhaustive and is based on official public statements about promises and actual aid sent.
The data are from ten days ago, ie. since the eve of the campaign with the #standupforukraine concert, which raised over $ 10 billion for hours on April 9. Here’s which country provides what:
Albania has begun accepting Ukrainian refugees and has provided unspecified military assistance. Hundreds of Ukrainians are already on Albanian territory, and thousands more are ready to join. For them, the requirement to have visas has been abolished, they are allowed to stay in the country for one year.
Belgium 5,000 machine guns and 200 anti-tank weapons for the Ukrainian army, as well as 3,800 tons of fuel and protective military equipment (helmets, vests, night vision devices). Humanitarian aid, including shelter materials, has been sent to Ukraine, with 800m euros in humanitarian aid promised.
Bulgaria sends humanitarian and military aid to Ukraine, as well as receives Ukrainian refugees. Bulgaria has also sent humanitarian aid through Poland, including shelter equipment and medical supplies. 2000 helmets and 2000 bulletproof vests have been announced.
Canada will provide 4,500 M72 anti-tank missiles and up to 7,500 hand grenades, as well as $ 1 million to purchase commercial high-resolution satellite imagery, machine guns, pistols, carbines, and 1.5 million rounds of ammunition, sniper rifles, and miscellaneous related equipment ($ 7.8 million). ), plus $ 20 million in unidentified military aid; an additional C $ 500 million in the 2022-23 budget for Ukrainian military aid, with C $ 700 million in other direct contributions from the budget. After the invasion, $ 245 million in humanitarian aid was provided, with an additional $ 100 million recently announced.
Croatia will send 16.5m euros worth of rifles, machine guns, and protective equipment and provide health care to Ukrainian refugees; EUR 100 million in humanitarian aid is promised.
The Czech Republic has sent a total of nearly 41m euros in military support since the start of the war, with weapons and ammunition, including machine guns, submachine guns, and other small arms. In addition, they sent an unspecified number (often cited as more than a dozen) of T-72 tanks and BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicles. Promises € 200 million for humanitarian causes in Ukraine (for #standupforukraine)
Denmark donates 2,700 anti-tank weapons, 300 Stinger missiles, and emergency equipment, as well as € 41 million in humanitarian aid, promising $ 76 million in humanitarian aid.
Estonia has sent military support in the form of Javelin anti-tank missiles, nine howitzers, and ammunition, recently accompanied by anti-tank missiles, howitzers, anti-tank mines, recoilless anti-tank guns, automatic weapons, ammunition, disposable grenade launchers, and hand grenades. A total of 234m euros in defense and humanitarian aid was sent
France has promised to send 400m euros in humanitarian aid and military defense equipment.
Germany has offered to send 1,000 anti-tank grenade launchers, 500 Stinger surface-to-air missiles, and up to 10,000 tonnes of fuel. Berlin will also approve the delivery of 400 RBG grenade launchers, along with humanitarian and medical aid and support for Ukrainian refugees in Germany. He promised 425 million euros in humanitarian aid (for #standupforukraine), along with 70 million for medical supplies.
Greece is sending humanitarian and defense aid, including 2 C-130 aircraft, ammunition, assault rifles, and missile launchers, through Poland, as well as medical and humanitarian aid.
Hungary has opened its borders to Ukrainian refugees and is providing humanitarian aid.
Iceland has provided $ 3.8 million in humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
Italy is sending Stinger surface-to-air missiles, mortars, and anti-tank weapons to Ukraine from Milan, along with 110m euros in humanitarian aid. Promises € 500 million in humanitarian aid.
Latvia has delivered Stinger anti-aircraft missiles, ammunition, and humanitarian aid, as well as immediate medical and financial support to Ukrainian refugees in Latvia. Military aid of over 200 million euros, with an additional 50 million euros for humanitarian aid.
Lithuania sent Stinger anti-aircraft missiles and provided 1.8m euros in aid (emergency equipment for firefighting and rescue operations).
Luxembourg will send 100 anti-tank weapons, 20,000 rounds of ammunition, jeeps, and tents in support of Ukraine, with 50 tonnes of medical and firefighting equipment and 3 million in humanitarian aid.
Montenegro grants temporary protection status to Ukrainian refugees in the country, as well as assists refugees with medical and educational support
Netherlands 200 Stinger air defense missiles, anti-tank weapons, sniper rifles, and related ammunition for Ukraine. This is in addition to other equipment already promised by the Netherlands earlier this month, including radar systems and mine detection robots. This is in addition to humanitarian aid. He has now sent more than 50m euros in military goods to Ukraine
Northern Macedonia will donate unspecified military equipment.
Norway will provide NOK 2 billion in humanitarian aid to Ukraine and military equipment, including a total of 4,000 M72 anti-tank weapons and non-lethal military equipment such as helmets and body armor.
Poland has approved the supply of Piorun short-range portable air defense systems (MANPAD) and ammunition; the defense minister expressed readiness to supply tens of thousands of ammunition and artillery ammunition, air defense systems, light mortars, and reconnaissance drones.
Portugal will provide military equipment (vests, helmets, night vision goggles, grenades), G3 submachine guns, ammunition and medical supplies, and humanitarian aid worth 100,000 euros. Romania sends 3m euros in fuel, body armor, helmets, ammunition, military equipment, and medical supplies, along with 3.2m euros in humanitarian aid
Slovakia has sent air defenses, anti-tank missiles, artillery ammunition, and 11m euros worth of fuel. More than 7.2m euros in humanitarian aid have been provided so far, an unspecified number of S-300 air defense systems have been donated, and 530m euros have been pledged for additional refugee aid.
Slovenia will provide military equipment (helmets, weapons, ammunition) to Ukraine, as well as over 1 million euros in humanitarian aid
Spain sends 1,370 anti-tank grenade launchers, 700,000 rounds of ammunition for rifles and machine guns, light machine guns, 20 tons of medical supplies, defense and personal protective equipment consisting of helmets, bulletproof vests, and NBC (nuclear-biological-chemical) protection, with 23 million euros in humanitarian help
Turkey has offered humanitarian aid and deepened bilateral defense ties with Ukraine.
The United Kingdom has promised long-range artillery and additional deadly weapons such as armored vehicles, anti-battery radars, and air and coastal defense systems. The United Kingdom has supplied defense weapons to Ukraine, including 10,000 short-range and anti-tank missiles, 3,615 NLAWs, additional Javelin anti-tank missiles, £ 25 million in financial support, and Saxon armored vehicles.
£ 400 million in humanitarian aid and additional non-lethal military equipment have been pledged, including 500 mobile electricity generators and 20 NHS ambulances. A recent package of more than $ 100 million for Ukraine’s armed forces, including more anti-aircraft missiles, 120 armored vehicles, 800 anti-tank missiles, anti-ship missile systems, and ammunition.
The United States has sent total security aid of nearly $ 3 billion. The overall package includes the following:
over 1400 Stinger pieces, over 5000 Javelin; Over 7,000 other anti-armor systems; Hundreds of tactical unmanned aerial systems Switchblade (+ training); over 7,000 small arms; over 50,000,000 rounds; 45,000 sets of body armor and helmets; systems are laser-guided missiles; Puma unmanned systems; four radars for tracking anti-artillery and anti-pilot air systems; four anti-mortar radar systems; Armored highly mobile multifunctional wheeled vehicles; Night vision devices, thermal imaging systems, and optics; Tactically protected communication systems; Commercial satellite imagery services; Protective equipment for ammunition disposal; Medical supplies, including first aid kits. Promised a $ 1 billion humanitarian package.
The administration of US President Joe Biden on Wednesday announced an additional $ 800 million in military aid to Ukraine, expanding the scope of systems provided before a large-scale Russian offensive expected in eastern Ukraine.
On April 13, President Joe Biden used extraordinary powers for an additional package that brought the total number of military aid after the Russian invasion in February to more than $ 2.5 billion: 18 155 mm howitzers, artillery shells, rapid detection radars of the enemy, 200 armored personnel carriers, 11 Mi-17 helicopters previously intended for Afghanistan.
1. Australia sends armored vehicles, confirmed to be 20 Bushmasters. Australia has committed a total of $ 191.5 million in deadly and non-lethal defense support for Ukraine. $ 3 million of this funding for lethal aid will be provided through NATO, complementing non-lethal equipment and supplies. Most recently, a $ 26.5 million military aid package, along with additional anti-tank missiles and bullets
2. Finland shall send 2,500 assault rifles and 150,000 rounds of ammunition, 1,500 disposable anti-tank weapons, and ammunition packages. Promises € 40 million in humanitarian aid (for #standupforukraine)
3. Sweden has supplied 10,000 anti-tank weapons, 5,000 helmets, 5,000 body shields, field rations, and demining equipment. A total of € 100 million for the Ukrainian Armed Forces and € 72 million in humanitarian aid, together with € 300 million for refugees / humanitarian aid.
4. Japan provides an unspecified number of non-lethal military supplies (bulletproof vests, helmets, winter combat uniforms, tents, cameras, hygiene products, emergency rations, binoculars, flashlights, and medical equipment) and provides $ 200 million in humanitarian aid. He promised $ 100 million in humanitarian aid.
5. New Zealand sends non-lethal military equipment, body armor, and helmets together with $ 3.46 million in military aid, with total aid, including humanitarian aid, amounting to $ 7.59 million
6. Georgia mobilizes and helps 100 tons of goods reach Ukraine
7. The Republic of Korea is sending a total of $ 40 million (an increase of $ 30 million) in humanitarian aid, including medical supplies and non-lethal military aid.
8. The European Union has announced a € 550 million humanitarian package, launched an EU refugee civil protection mechanism, approved € 1 billion through the European Peace Facility for Military Aid, and offered another € 500 million. Promised 1 billion euros in humanitarian aid.
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