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Countries delivering military aid to Ukraine
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  Ukraine

This is a list of known military aid, that has been and will be provided to Ukraine during the Russo-Ukrainian War, particularly during the Russian invasion of Ukraine. This list includes delivered equipment, training, intelligence, treatment of soldiers, logistical support as well as financial support to the Ukrainian government unless earmarked for humanitarian purposes. Weapons donated as a result of cooperation between multiple countries are listed separately in each country category.

In total aid (military, financial and humanitarian combined), the European Union and its countries have provided the most to Ukraine, according to Kiel Institute, whereas the United States has by far provided the most in military aid.[1][2] Since January 2022, mostly Western nations have pledged more than $380 billion in aid to Ukraine, including nearly $118 billion in direct military aid to Ukraine from individual countries.[3]

Some NATO countries and allies, such as Germany and Sweden, have reversed past policies against providing offensive military aid in order to support Ukraine, while the European Union for the first time in its history supplied lethal arms through its institutions.[4][5][6]

The Russian government has condemned the supply of military aid to Ukraine. Russia's president Vladimir Putin said that if military aid stopped, Ukraine would not survive for long.[7] The Center for Strategic and International Studies assessed in December 2023 that if the United States stopped sending military aid, European countries could not quickly fill the gap. If this happened, it forecast that Ukraine's defensive capabilities would gradually weaken and Ukraine's frontline would collapse.[8]

Donors

The donation of military aid was coordinated at monthly meetings in the Ukraine Defense Contact Group, throughout the war. A first meeting took place between 41 countries on 26 April 2022, and the coalition comprised 54 countries (all 30 member states of NATO and 24 other countries) at the latest meeting on 14 February 2023.[9] All EU member states donated military aid both individually as sovereign countries and collectively via EU institutions, except of three countries (Hungary, Cyprus and Malta) that opted not to donate military aid individually as sovereign countries.

As of February 2023, military aid was donated by EU institutions, 45 sovereign countries, companies, and other parties. The United States alone has pledged about $45 billion in arms and military aid to Ukraine since Russia's Full-scale invasion in February 2022.[10]

Sovereign countries

Country Military aid
 Albania

Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicles

Vehicles

  • Two ambulances (Mercedes-Benz L 508Ds) for the needs of the armed forces [March 2023].[12][11]

Ammunition

  • 7.62mm small arms ammunition [February or March 2022].[11]
  • 60mm Type 63 mortar bombs [Before May 2022].[11]
  • 82mm mortar bombs [Since 2022].[11]
  • Different types of ammunition [February or March 2022].[13]

Financial aid

  • €1 million provided to the Ukrainian government on 10 June 2022.[14]
 Argentina

Fighter jets

Helicopters

 Australia

As of December 2023, Australia's military support to Ukraine was worth about AU$730 million in monetary terms.[17]

Armoured personnel carriers

  • 56 M113AS4 [Delivered from June 2022 onwards. 28 more pledged in June 2023]. Some M113AS4 Armoured Logistics Vehicle variant also donated [Before March 2023].[18][19]

Mine-resistant ambush protected vehicles

Vehicles

Towed artillery

Ammunition

  • Joint manufacture of 155mm artillery ammunition with France with Australia supplying the gunpowder [January 2023].[24][25]
  • 105mm artillery ammunition [2022/2023].[19]
  • "Ammunition" [March or April 2022].[18]

Loitering munitions

Unmanned aerial and unmanned ground systems / Radar systems

  • Part of A$25 million package announced in [March 2022].[28] Oryx describes the unspecified systems as Reconnaissance UAVs,[18] while ABC News reported they were radar systems.[29]

Small arms (delivered along with ammunition)

  • A$70 million worth of lethal military equipment ("including missiles and weapons") [March 2022].[30]
  • A$26.5 million worth of anti-armour weapons and ammunitions [April 2022].[31]
  • Small number of Australian Combat Assault Rifles.[32]

Miscellaneous equipment

  • ''Tactical decoys'' (part of A$25 million) [March 2022].[28][18]
  • A$21 million worth of "Australian Defence Force stocks" including ammunition and body armor [March 2022].[33]
  • Demining equipment.[34]
  • Portable X-ray machines[34]
  • A 3D metal printer[34]
  • Counter UAV systems.[34]

Training

  • Training of Ukrainian soldiers by 70 Australian instructors [from January 2023 onwards].[35] In 2024 the number of instructors increased to 90.[17]

Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEW&C) aircraft

Financial aid

  • A$3 million contribution to a NATO trust fund [February 2022]. Later increased to AU$24 million (as of December 2023).[37][38]
  • A$50 million grant to the International Fund for Ukraine for the purchase of military equipment.[39]
 Austria

Military gear

Logistics

  • Austria has allowed its territory to be used for transport of weapons to Ukraine by other countries.[41]

Financial aid

  • 2 million euro for the purchase of demining equipment for Ukraine.[42]
 Azerbaijan

Mortars

  • 20N5 82mm mortars (possibly transferred to Ukraine via Sudan) [June 2022].[43][44]

Ammunition

  • QFAB-250 LG aerial bombs (allegedly transferred via Sudan) [August 2022].[45]
  • 40M11 HE-frag 120mm mortar bombs [February 2023].[46]
  • 40M10 HE 82mm mortar bombs [August 2023].[47]

Technical equipment

  • Revival P demining vehicle and training in demining [November 2023].[48]
 Belgium

Infantry Mobility Vehicles (IMVs)

Armoured personnel carriers (APCs)

  • 40 M113 Armoured Personnel Carriers [from September 2023 onwards][51] (part of €11 million military aid package announced 16 June 2023). Including M113 Armoured Personnel Carriers with Remote Weapon Stations as a joint donation by Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.[52][49]

Jet Aircraft

  • Training for Ukrainian pilots on F-16 jet fighters.[53]
  • 30 F-16s pledged by 2028.[54]
  • €100 million allocated for the maintenance and support of F-16 jet fighters.[55]

Naval vessels

  • 3 minehunter ships [Pledged 2024]. One of them will be the Tripartite-class minehunter Narcis (M923), which will undergo full maintenance before being donated. Belgium providing basic training and the Netherlands offering on-the-job training for the crews.[50]
  • Borys Aleksandrov; in 2021 (before Russian attack in February 2022 but after the start of the Russo-Ukrainian war in 2014), Belgium gifted the ocean research vessel from Belgian Navy to Ukraine.[56] She was renamed from Belgica to Borys Aleksandrov.

Surface-to-air Missiles (SAMs)

Anti-Tank Guided Missiles (ATGMs)

  • €1 million worth of MILANs [May or June 2022].[49]
  • A small number of RK-2S Baryers [November 2022] (Purchased from the CMI Group in Belgium).[49]

Heavy Mortars

Vehicles

  • 240 Volvo Fassi N10 Trucks [150 delivered between March and April 2023].[49]
  • Armored ambulance vehicles [Pledged 2024].[50]

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

  • ''A few'' Sky-Hero Loki MkII Quadcopters [Before December 2022].[49]
  • 6 Primoco One 150s [2023] (Joint with Luxembourg and the Netherlands).[49]
  • Reconnaissance drones [Pledged 2024].[50]

Unmanned Underwater Vehicles

  • 10 R7 Remotely Operated Vehicles [May 2023].[49][57]

Anti-Tank Weapons

Small Arms

  • 5,000 FN FNC assault rifles [March 2022].[49]
  • Limited numbers of FN F2000 and F2000 tactical assault rifles [May 2022].[49]
  • Limited numbers of FN SCAR-L assault rifles [May 2022].[49]
  • FN FAL assault rifles [2022].[49]
  • FN MAG general-purpose machine guns [2022].[49]
  • FN Minimi M1 and para light machine guns [2022].[49]
  • 1,450 M2 heavy machine guns [Delivered from 2022 onwards].[49]
  • 3,700 assault rifles [To be delivered].[49]
  • 120 grenade launchers [To be delivered].[49]

Ammunition

  • ''Small arms ammunition'' [2022].[49]
  • 1.5 million rounds of 12.7 mm ammunition [2022].[49]
  • 105 mm shells worth €32.4 million [To be delivered].[49]
  • Procurement of 155 mm ammunition through European Defense Agency [To be delivered].[58]
  • €200 million in funding towards the Czech government initiative to purchase artillery shells for Ukraine.[59]
  • €373.1 million allocated for additional artillery munitions [Pledged March 2024].[50]

Miscellaneous Equipment

  • Gefechtshelm M92 'Casque Modèle 95' [Delivered from March or April 2022 onwards].[49]
  • Flack jackets [March or April 2022].[49]
  • Night vision goggles [Delivered from March or April 2022 onwards].[49]
  • 3,800 tonnes of fuel (3 million litres) [March or April 2022 and June 2022].[49]
  • Generators [Before November 2022].[49]
  • Sleeping bags [Before November 2022].[49]
  • 2 Mobile laboratories for CBRN protection [To be delivered].[49]
  • 50 Bangalore torpedos.[60]
  • 3,200 additional rifle magazines.[60]
 Bulgaria

On 3 November 2022, the Bulgarian Parliament approved a decision to provide military aid, with details to come out by the next month.[61]

Military-technical support

  • Military-technical support to the Ukrainian Armed Forces (which includes repairing Ukrainian military vehicles and equipment) [from May 2022 onwards].[62]

Surface-to-air missiles

  • Non functional S-300 missiles to be repaired in Ukraine.[63]

Jet Aircraft

  • 14 Su-25s [April 2022] (Purchased from Bulgaria by a NATO member state and delivered to Ukraine).[64]

Tanks

  • BulgariaCzech Republic Undisclosed number of T-72M1s [May or June 2022] (Purchased from Bulgaria and delivered to Ukraine by the Czech Republic)[65]

Armoured personnel carriers (APCs)

  • About 100 BTR (BTR-60PB) [March 2024][66]

Multiple rocket launchers

  • BulgariaCzech Republic Undisclosed number of 122 mm BM-21 Grad [May or June 2022] (Purchased from Bulgaria and delivered to Ukraine by the Czech Republic).[65][67]

Self-propelled artillery

  • 122mm 2S1 Gvozdikas [2022] (Purchased by a NATO member state from Bulgaria and delivered to Ukraine).[64]

Towed artillery

  • BulgariaCzech Republic 152mm D-20s [April 2022] (Purchased by Czechia from Bulgaria and delivered to Ukraine).[64]

Mortars

  • 60mm M60CMA commando mortars [Before August 2022].[64]

Anti-Tank Guided Missiles

  • 9M111MFB-1 Faktorias [Before August 2022].[64]

Portable Anti-Tank Weaponry

  • DRTG-73 Rocket Propelled Grenade Launchers [Before April 2022].[64]
  • ATGL-L Rocket Propelled Grenade Launchers [Before November 2022].[64]
  • BULSPIKE-AT Rocket Propelled Grenade Launchers [Summer 2022].[64]
  • Warrior SPG-9 Recoilless Rifles [Before June 2022].[64]

Small Arms

  • 1460+ MG-1M General-Purpose Machine Guns (GPMGs) [Before April 2022].[64]

Ammunition

  • 152 mm artillery shells [delivered from April 2022 onwards].[62][68]
  • 122 mm artillery shells [Since July 2022].[67]
  • 155 mm artillery shells [delivered from March 2023 onwards] (Purchased from Bulgaria by US).[69]
  • 5.45×39mm ammunition[63]
  • 7.62×54mmR Small Arms Rounds [Before April 2023].[64]
  • GHO-2 HE Hand Grenades [Before February 2023].[64]
  • OGi-7MA AP-FRAG Rocket Propelled Grenades [Before August 2022].[64]
  • PG-7VT Tandem Charge HEAT Rocket Propelled Grenades [Before December 2022].[64]
  • RTB-7MA Thermobaric Rocket Propelled Grenades [Before February 2022].[64]
  • OG-9M HE Fragmentation Recoilless Rifle Grenades [Before May 2023].[64]
  • 30mm VOG-17M Grenades For Automatic Grenade Launchers [Before June 2022].[64]
  • 60mm HE60 MA Mortar Rounds [Before August 2022].[64]
  • 82mm HE82M Mortar Rounds [Before February 2023].[64]
  • 80mm ARS-8KOM Unguided Rockets [Before April 2023].[64]
  • 100mm 3UBK2 HEAT FRAG Anti-Tank Rounds [Before July 2022].[64]
  • 120mm HE120M Mortar Rounds [Before August 2022].[64]
  • 122mm Rockets [Since July 2022].[64]

Military Gear

  • 2000 Helmets [2022].[64]
  • 2000 Bulletproof Vests [2022].[64]
  • 5000 Sets Of Winter Clothing [Late 2022].[64]
  • 5000 Pairs Of Winter Boots [Late 2022].[64]
  • 350 Medical Kits [Late 2022].[64]

Miscellaneous

  • Diesel fuel [delivered from April 2022 onwards].[62]

Training

  • The deployment of 50 of their military personnel to annually train 60 Ukrainian combat medics [Since 2023].[70]
 Cambodia

On 16 January 2023 15 Ukrainian deminers arrived in Cambodia to receive training in removing landmines. Cambodian demining experts will also travel to Poland to train Ukrainians.[71]

 Canada

Surface-to-air missile systems and missiles

Air-to-air missiles

Towed howitzers

Main battle tanks

Engineering vehicles and equipment

Armoured personnel carriers (APCs)

Infantry mobility vehicles

  • 208 Roshel Senators [Eight delivered in May 2022. 78 delivered in June 2023. A further 122 delivered in mid-2023].[74][72]
  • 13 Ghurka LAPV [11 delivered by December 2023]

Armoured vehicles

  • 50 unspecified model of armoured vehicles over 3 years.[76]
  • 89 LAV 6.0 ASCV [39+ delivered - further deliveries ongoing].[77]

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Forward-looking infrared (FLIR) turrets

Anti-tank weapons

Small arms

  • 700 C8 carbines [February or March 2022].
  • 200+ C6 light and C9 medium machine guns [February or March 2022].[74]
  • 78 medium and heavy calibre sniper rifles [March 2022].[74]
  • 600 Glock 17 Pistols [February or March 2022].[74]
  • 40 ''Prairie Gun Works'' sniper rifles [between April and June 2023].[80]
  • 38 7.62mm machine guns [To be delivered from June 2023 onwards].[74]
  • 21,000 5.56mm assault rifles [To be delivered from June 2023 onwards].[74]
  • Over 11,000 unspecified assault rifles [To be delivered].[81]

Ammunition

  • M982 Excalibur GPS-guided rounds for M777 howitzer [April 2022].[82][72]
  • 955 rounds of 155 mm artillery smoke [To be delivered].[74]
  • 40,000 155 mm rounds for M777 howitzer [April, May and October 2022, February and March 2023].[74][73]
  • CAN $53 million towards the Czech scheme to purchase artillery shells for Ukraine.[83][79]
  • More than 1800 rounds of 105 mm tank training ammunition (for Leopard 1 tanks donated by Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands) [delivered in 2023].[74][73]
  • 10,000 rounds of 105 mm ammunition [To be delivered].[75][74]
  • 3,000+ × 84 mm rounds for Carl Gustaf M2 [March and April 2022].[74]
  • 7,500 C13 hand grenades [March 2022].[74]
  • 12.9+ million rounds of ammunition [delivered from February or March 2022 onwards].[72][81]
  • 130,000 additional rounds of ammunition [June 2024][84]
  • 100,000 120 mm ammunition for the Leopard 2A4 [To be delivered].[72]
  • 3,500 Grad rockets (purchased by Canada from Serbian company and delivered to Ukraine) [2023].[85]
  • 2,300 CRV7 rocket motors[84]
  • 227 1000-pound bombs for aircraft [To be delivered].[86]
  • 2,000+ rounds of 81 mm mortar smoke [To be delivered].[74]
  • 76mm naval ammunition [To be delivered].[74]

Military gear

  • CG634 helmets [March 2022].[74]
  • Body armour [March 2022].[74]
  • 1,600 fragmentation vests [March 2022].[72]
  • 2,260+ gas masks [March 2022 and later].[74]
  • Night vision goggles [March 2022].[74]
  • Personal protective and load carriage equipment [February or March 2022].
  • 500,000 sets of winter clothing [October and December 2022].[74][86]
  • Boots [To be delivered].[86]
  • Thermal layers [To be delivered].[86]
  • 2000 sets of uniforms for female soldiers [To be delivered].[86]
  • 29 Nanuk remote weapon stations.[84]

Miscellaneous equipment

  • 10 155mm replacement barrels (for M777 howitzers) [June 2022].[74]
  • 16 radio stations for Leopard 2A4 MBT [To be delivered].[80]
  • Surveillance and detection equipment [February or March 2022].[72]
  • 35 high resolution drone cameras [To be delivered].[74]
  • CAN $22 million worth of satellite imaging services [Since March 2022].[74]
  • CAN $2 million worth of satellite communications services [Since October 2022].[74]
  • 640,000 Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [Delivered since March 2022].[74]
  • Portable heaters [Since November 2022].[72]
  • Thermal blankets [Since November 2022].[74]
  • Sleeping bags [Since November 2022].[86][74]
  • Generators [Since 2022].[74]
  • Energy storage devices [Since November 2022].[74]
  • 3 Leopard 2 gunnery simulators [April 2023 onwards].[87]
  • Modular floatation bridges [To be delivered].[80]
  • 3.3 million litres of fuel [Since April 2023].[80]
  • 10 Zodiac Milpro Hurricane Rigid Inflatable Boats.[88]
  • CAN $60 million for F-16 supplies and equipment such as spare parts, weapon stations, avionics and ammunition.[89]

Training

  • Training of more than 33,000 Ukrainian troops as part of Operation Unifier.[90]
  • CAN $15 million contribution to Denmark and France's efforts to train pilots, and maintain and support Ukraine's F-16s through contract with Top Aces [To be delivered].[75][88]
  • Contribution of CAN $30 million to the Leopard 2 Tank Maintenance Centre in Poland.[74]
  • CAN 7.5 million worth of night vision devices.[83]

Financial aid:

  • CAN $2.45 billion for loans to Ukraine (including CAN $1.95 billion through the International Monetary Fund).[91]
  • CAN $620 million to the Government of Ukraine.[92]
  • CAN $35 million funding for mine clearing.[93]
  • CAN $6 million to support the loan's implementation.[92]
  • CAN $950,000 in additional funding to a Canadian government project to provide technical support.[94]
  • CAN $900,000 to strengthen Ukrainian national bank.[95]
  • CAN $34.6 million for fuel and other equipment.[80]
  • CAN $541 million in new funding and projects to support Ukraine announced 12 July 2023.
  • CAN $48.8 million to the NATO Comprehensive Assistance Package announced 12 July 2023.
  • CAN 2.7 million in cyber security aid announced 12 July 2023.[96]
  • CAN $33 million to the United Kingdom-led partnership delivering high priority air defence equipment to Ukraine.[97]
  • CAN 3 million to the production of drones by the Ukrainian defence industry.[79]
 Colombia

On 23 May 2022, Colombian Defense Minister Diego Molano Aponte announced that a team of 11 demining engineers of the National Army of Colombia will travel to an unspecified NATO country to train their Ukrainian counterparts on landmine removal.[98]

 Croatia

The Croatian Minister of Defence, Mario Banožić, approved military and humanitarian aid for Ukraine on 28 February 2022.

Transport aircraft

Helicopters

  • 14 Mi-8 helicopters (including Mi-8MTV-1 variants) [Nine delivered in May 2023, further five in June 2023].[100][101]

Towed artillery

  • 15 130mm M-46 (M-46H1 variant) field guns [13 August 2022].[102]
  • 40 D-30 howitzers [Before March 2023].[103]

Multiple rocket launchers

Anti-Tank

  • Anti-Tank Rockets [2022].[101]

Small arms

Man-portable air defence systems

  • 5-6 shipments of Strela-2 and Igla MANPADS systems [Since February or March 2022].[103]

Ammunition

  • Tens of millions of small arms ammo [Since February 2022].[101]
  • Thousands of grenades [2022].[101]
  • Procurement of 155mm ammunition through European Defense Agency [To be delivered].[58]

Miscellaneous equipment

  • Protective equipment (helmets, ballistic vests, uniforms) [February 2022].[106]
 Cyprus

Financial aid

  • Funding for production of 155mm ammunition through European Defense Agency [To be delivered].[107]

Training

  • Technical training on landmine clearance [From May 2023 onwards].[108]
 Czech Republic

On the first day of full-scale invasion, the Czech Republic presented the Ukrainian ambassador in Prague with a detailed "10 cm thick folder" listing weapons that were ready for immediate transfer.[109] The first trainload of military aid was delivered to Ukraine already on 27 February 2022.[110] The Czech Republic later also became the first country to send heavy military equipment in April 2022 (including 38 T-72 tanks from army's deep storage), and afterwards, again, the first country to send combat aircraft (4 modern Mil Mi-24V from Czech Air Force's operational stock).

As of beginning of February 2023, the Czech Republic donated equipment worth CZK 10 billion (~ €420 million) from Czech Army stock or purchased from private Czech companies.[111] During the first year after the full scale Russian invasion, Czech arms companies delivered to Ukraine military equipment worth CZK 30 billion (~ €1,27 billion), either through direct purchase by Ukraine or by other countries supporting Ukraine.[111] By February 2024, the Czech Republic approved commercial military exports to Ukraine worth CZK 130 billion (~ €5,13 billion).[112] 676 pieces of heavy equipment were delivered from the Czech Republic to Ukraine by July 2023,[113] and this number rose to 834 by mid-April 2024[114] and 918 by end of May 2024[115]

Historically, Russia had been trying to disrupt Czech deliveries of weapons to Ukraine, most prominently by the GRU's 2014 Vrbětice ammunition warehouses explosions.

Training and rehabilitation Before 24 February 2022

  • 1,200 Ukrainian soldiers at Vyšpoint Military Academy [cs] by combined Czech-British team of instructors (The British Military Advisory Training Team based in the Czech Republic), with particular focus on training of non-commissioned officers[116][117]

After 24 February 2022

  • Czech RepublicEuropean UnionEUMAM five-week training courses provided primarily by the 7th Mechanized Brigade.
    • 2023: 3.240 Ukrainian soldiers trained in the Czech Republic. Initially mostly mechanized infantry (+ logistics, CBRN, army engineers).[118][119][120][121][122][123] From October 2023 light infantry training with focus on trench warfare[123]
    • 2024: Target of ~ 4.000 Ukrainian soldiers to be trained by the Czech Army[124]
  • Czech RepublicEuropean UnionEUMAM four-week training courses for Ukrainian Army specialists (medics, snipers, army engineers, chemical defense) by Czech Army instructors within Poland
  • Treatment of wounded Ukrainian soldiers [from August 2022 onwards].[127]
  • Basic training courses for pilots (Aero L-39 Albatros) [announced in July 2023][113]
  • Advance training courses for pilots (Saab JAS 39 Gripen) [announced in September 2023][128]

Tanks (194+) [of which 114 delivered by April 2023]

From Czech Army's stock:

Purchased by Ukraine from Czech defence companies:

Purchased by Czechs and delivered to Ukraine:

  • T-72M1 tanks acquired from Bulgaria by Czech government [June 2022].[65]

In cooperation and financial backing of other countries:

Infantry fighting vehicles (226+)[111]

From Czech Army's stock (131):[136]

From private companies

  • 56 PbV-501 purchased by Ukraine from Excalibur Army's stock [Spring 2022].[65][139]
  • 39 unspecified [before 24 Feb 2023.][111]

Attack helicopters (17)

Self-propelled artillery (50+)

  • Undisclosed number of 122 mm 2S1 Gvozdika [April 2022].[65]
  • 13 152mm ShKH vz. 77 DANA from the Czech Army's deep storage (delivered with at least 4,006 artillery shells) [April 2022].[131]
  • ~30 152mm DANA M2 purchased by Ukraine; newly made by Excalibur Army along with "thousands" of 152 mm DN1CZ extended range artillery shells [Deliveries of 24 ordered from December 2022 onwards, unspecified number delivered before].[144]

Towed artillery

  • Undisclosed number of 152 mm D-20 gun-howitzers, purchased from Bulgaria by Czechia [April 2022].[65]

Multiple rocket launchers (35+)[111][145]

Legacy MLRS

  • 12 122mm RM-70 Grad from Czech Army deep storage [April 2022].[131]
  • Undisclosed number of 122 mm RM-70 Grad from Czech arms companies.
  • Undisclosed number of 122 mm BM-21 Grad; purchased from Bulgaria by Czechia [May or June 2022].[65]

Modern MLRS

  • Undisclosed number of 122 mm RM-70 Vampire purchased by Ukraine and made by Excalibur Army [July 2022].[65]
  • Undisclosed number of 122 mm BM-21 MT STRIGA purchased by Ukraine and made by Excalibur Army [April 2023][146]

Heavy mortars (128+)[131]

  • Undisclosed number of 120 mm PRAM-L [cs] heavy mortars.[65]
  • Unspecified other mortars [before 24 Feb 2023].[131][147]

Electronic warfare & ISTAR

  • Moruš electronic warfare units [April 2023].[138]
  • Unspecified ISTAR equipment [April 2023].[138]

Self-propelled air defense systems (121)

Radars

  • 2 SURN 1S91 (for 2K12 Kub) [August 2023].[65]

Man-portable air defence systems (435)[136]

Anti-tank weapons

  • 10,000 RPG-75 [March 2022].[65]
  • 645 anti-tank guided missiles [by May 2023].[129]

Small arms

From Czech Army reserves:

Ammunition

  • Over 4 million[113] shells [by July 2023] of which 1,3 million were heavy artillery shells [by mid-April 2024].[114] Of those, 17,400 mortar shells[147] and 84,860[136] artillery shells [by May 2023] and some tank shells were donated from Czech Army reserves.
  • 60,000 rockets (including for BM-21 and RM-70 and air-launched rockets),[111] of which 4,900 were donated from Czech Army reserves [before 24 Feb 2023].[131]
  • Undisclosed number of small arms rounds, of which 4,263,000 rounds of small arms ammunition donated from Czech Army reserves [before 24 Feb 2023].[147]
  • Deliveries of 155 mm ammunition, e.g. via European Defense Agency.[58] Annual manufacturing capacity:
  • Coordination of multinational purchase of 500.000 155mm and 300.000 122 mm artillery shells from unidentified third countries [February - March 2024][153][154][155]

Miscellaneous equipment From Czech Army stock:

  • 5 radiological, chemical & biological defense reconnaissance vehicles [before 24 Feb 2023].[131][147]
  • 47 unspecified vehicles [before 24 Feb 2023].[147]
  • 2 pontoon bridges [June 2022].[65]
  • 900 meters of interim bridges [before 24 Feb 2023].[156][111]
  • Military medical supplies.[147]
  • Radiation, chemical and biological protection material.[147]
  • Military clothing and equipment.[147]
  • Fuel, spare parts, transport and other material.[147]
  • F-16 compatible flight simulators [July 2023].[113]

Other:

  • Tactical decoys [before February 2023].[157]
 Denmark[158]

Fighter Jets

Anti-ship missile system

Self-Propelled howitzers

  • 19 155mm Caesar 8x8s [April 2023].[160]
  • 5 (out of 16) 155mm ShKH Zuzana 2s [Delivered from July 2023 onwards] (In cooperation with Germany and Norway).
  • 18 155mm 2S22 Bohdana self propelled guns purchased for the Ukrainian army. [161]

Tanks

  • 40 (out of 80) Leopard 1A5 DKs [To be delivered in 2023] (In cooperation with Germany).[162][163]
  • Unspecified number of Leopard 1A5s [To be delivered in 2024] (In cooperation with Germany and the Netherlands).
  • 7 (out of 14) Leopard 2A4s [To be delivered in 2024] (In cooperation with the Netherlands).
  • A further 30 Leopard 1 tanks pledged September 2023.[164]
  • Czech RepublicDenmarkNetherlands 15 T-72 Avenger [announced in September 2023].[164]
  • Additional T-72 tanks pledged 26 October 2023.[165]

Infantry fighting vehicles

  • Marder IFVs [Delivered by June 2024].[77]
  • 80 BMP-2 (35+ Purchased From Czechia) [To be delivered].[77]

Armoured Personnel Carriers (APCs)

  • 54 M113G3DK/G4DKs [July and August 2022] (M113s taken from Danish stocks and subsequently overhauled with German funding).

Engineering Vehicles And Equipment

  • 1 Pionierpanzer 2A1 Dachs Armoured Engineering Vehicles [February 2024].
  • Pansret Broslagningsvogn Biber bridgelayers [2023].
  • PNINK Wisent 1 armoured recovery vehicles (ARVs) [2023].
  • Hydrema 910 mine clearing vehicles [2022/2023].
  • Minerydningsslange M/97 man-portable mine clearing charges [Before April 2023].
  • Mine flails [2022].
  • 21 bomb disposal robots [2022].
  • 2 mobile field bridges [2022/2023].
  • Demining hoses [To be delivered].
  • Mine clearing equipment. [2024][166]

Vehicles

Heavy Mortars

  • Heavy mortars [2022].

Air Defences

  • Anti-aircraft guns [To be delivered].[158]
  • Ammunition for air defences.[166]

Man-Portable Air Defence Systems (MANPADS) And Missiles

  • 407 Stinger missiles [2022] (Delivered along with 330 grip stocks and 810 batteries).

Reconnaissance UAVs

Unmanned Underwater Vehicles

  • Mine-detecting underwater vehicles [2022/2023].

Radars

  • Anti-drone radars [2022/2023].
  • Radars and communication equipment.[166]

Anti-Tank Weaponry

  • 2,700 M72 LAWs [2022].
  • AT4s [February 2022].
  • 8,000 RPG-7 rocket launchers [2022/2023] (Bought from a third country and delivered to Ukraine).[167]
  • Pansermine M/56 anti-tank mines [Before February 2023].

Grenade launchers

  • 40 mm grenade launchers [To be delivered].[158]

Small Arms

  • 54 M2 heavy machine guns [July and August 2022] (For M113G3DK/G4DK APCs).
  • Light machine guns (7.62 mm) [2023].
  • Pistols [To be delivered].

Ammunition

  • 5.56mm ammunition [2022].
  • 6,685 rounds for the 84 mm Carl Gustaf recoilless rifle [Late 2022 or early 2023].
  • Tank ammunition (105mm for Leopard 1A5, 125mm for T-72 Avenger) [To be delivered].[164][158]
  • 120mm BGR M/50 mortar rounds [Before August 2022].
  • 19,000+ 155 mm artillery rounds for the Caesar self-propelled howitzers [2022 and 2023] (In cooperation with Norway).*
  • 15,000 155 mm artillery rounds purchased for Ukraine in cooperation with the Czech Republic.[166]
  • Additional artillery shells pledged 26 October 2023.[164]
  • Propellant charges (For the M109) [2022/2023].
  • 29,000 rounds of RPG-7 ammunition [2022/2023] (Bought from a third country and delivered to Ukraine).
  • 500 hand grenades [June 2023].[168]
  • 40 mm grenades for grenade launchers [To be delivered].

Military clothing and gear

  • Thermal binoculars [To be delivered].
  • 1,300 night-vision goggles [2022/2023].
  • 500 lightweight CBRN protective suits [2022/2023].
  • 3,000 protective vests [2022/2023].
  • 2,000 Pieces of protective equipment [2022/2023].
  • 3,000 sleeping bags [2022/2023].
  • 3,000 sleeping mats [2022/2023].
  • 532,500 Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [2022/2023].
  • 2,200 first aid bags [2022/2023].
  • 11,000 compress dressings [2022/2023].
  • 15,000 sets of rainwear [2022/2023].
  • 8,000 hats [2022/2023].
  • 5,000 heat and release gloves [2022/2023].

Miscellaneous Equipment

  • 15 mobile workshops for the repair of large vehicles [2022/2023].
  • Spare parts for M109 SPG [2022/2023].
  • 1 field hospital [2022/2023].
  • 1 tent camp for 320 people [2022/2023].
  • 6 hangar tents [2022/2023].
  • 96 living containers [2022/2023].
  • 15 military hardened generators [2022/2023].
  • 12 electric generators [2022/2023].
  • 3 radio transmitters (AM) [2022/2023].
  • 4 fire extinguishing modules [2022/2023].
  • 2 breach packs [2022/2023].
  • 20 heat torches [2022/2023].
  • 10 hand-held chemical detectors [2022/2023].
  • Medical equipment [2022/2023].
  • Fuel [2022/2023].
  • Spare parts for Caesar SPG [2023].
  • 10 forward areomedical evacuation kits [To be delivered].
  • Camouflage nets [To be delivered].

Training

  • Pre-war training of Ukrainian military since 2016 (as part of British led Operation Orbital).[169][170]
  • The Danish government declared on 10 August 2022 that it would deploy 130 military instructors to assist with the training of Ukrainian soldiers in the UK.[171][172] Shortly after, it was announced that Ukrainian military personnel also were being trained in Denmark and the first completed it in the fall of 2022.[173]
  • Training of Ukrainian pilots on F-16 fighterjets [To be delivered].[174]

Financial aid

  • Extra funding for the EU's program purchasing equipment and supplies for Ukraine's military.[175]
  • DKK 2.5 billion (€336 million) in civilian contributions to Ukraine, not including Danish support via the EU.
  • €50 million for NATO fund for purchase of non-lethal equipment.[176]
  • Military donations worth DKK 11.2 billion (€1.5 billion) from February 2022 to 31. August 2023,[177] including:
    • DKK 300 million (€40 million) to the UK led military equipment for Ukraine fund on 21 December 2022.[178][179]
    • DKK 7 billion (€940 million) to a Danish fund set up in March 2023 to aid Ukraine's military sector, among other sectors.[180]
  • DKK 22 billion (€3 billion) for additional military support from the Danish national Ukraine Fund, of which the majority of the funds will be available in 2023 and 2024.[177]
  • DKK 100 million towards the joint European purchase of 155 mm artillery shells for Ukraine.[181]
  • DKK 1.8 billion towards the Swedish purchase of CV90 IFVs for Ukraine.[182]
  • DKK 91 million towards cyber security projects for the Ukrainian military.[183]
 Estonia

As of 15 December 2023, Estonia has provided Ukraine EUR 500 million worth of military aid since 2022.[184]

Towed artillery

Vehicles

  • 13 vehicles [Delivered before April 2022].[185]
  • 7 Alvis 4 protected mobility vehicles [May 2022].[190]
  • MAN KAT1 6x6 trucks [Delivered from May 2022 onwards].[187]
  • "Vehicles" [To be delivered].[184]

Engineering vehicles

  • 1 DOK-ING MV-4 remote controlled mine clearance vehicle, donated by Päästeliit [August 2023].[187]

Naval vehicles

  • Patrol boats [To be delivered].[191]
  • "Vessels" [To be delivered].[184]
  • Two Patrol boats in coordination with Denmark delivered April 2024.[192]

Drones

  • 7 unmanned aerial vehicles [February 2023].[193][77]
  • 7 EOS C VTOLs; crowdfunded by Lithuanian public [June 2022].[187]

Anti-tank weapons

Surface-to-air Missiles (SAMs)

Small arms

  • Small arms, including 35,000 M14 automatic rifles [Delivered before April 2022].[185][195]
  • Rifles and pistols [February 2023].[193]
  • Grenade launchers [To be delivered].[198]
  • Sniper rifles [Before June 2022, and later].[191]
  • 150 additional handguns with ammunition announced August 2023.[199]
  • Machine guns [To be delivered].[184]

Ammunition

  • Tens of millions of cartridges for small arms [Delivered from March 2022 onwards].[185][200][195][184]
  • Thousands of 122 mm artillery shells [Spring 2022].[187]
  • Thousands of 155 mm artillery shells [Spring 2022].[186][58]
  • 5.56mm ammunition [To be delivered].[201]

Miscellaneous equipment

  • Protective equipment (helmets, flak jackets) [March 2022].[185]
  • 10,000 winter uniforms (Including Jackets, Trousers, Shirts, Socks And Boots) [2022/2023].[189]
  • Thousands of camouflage suits [2022/2023].[189]
  • 50,000 field rations [March 2022].[185][202][203][204]
  • Sights, thermal imagers and binoculars [From February 2023 onwards].[193][191]
  • Communications equipment [2022/2023].[189]
  • Medical equipment and supplies [2022 and 2023].[189]
  • Generators and chargers [February 2023].[193]
  • Four field hospitals (in cooperation with Germany, Netherlands and Norway) [2022 and 2023].[193][205]
  • Two saunas [December 2022 and March 2023].[187]
  • Diving equipment [To be delivered].[184]
  • Gas masks.[206]

Training and rehabilitation

 Finland

As of June 2024 Finland has decided to provide €2.2 billion worth of military equipment to Ukraine in 24 packages of aid.[212]

Armoured personnel carriers

Combat engineering vehicles

Self-Propelled Artillery

Towed artillery

Heavy mortars

Anti-aircraft guns

  • 23mm 23 ITK 61 'Sergei' (ZU-23)s [August 2022].[213]

Anti-tank weaponry

Small arms

Ammunition

  • 155mm 155 tkr88 artillery rounds [May 2022].[213]
  • 120mm JVA 1571 mortar grenades [Before October 2022].[213]
  • Sirpalekäsikranaatti M/50 hand grenades [Before October 2022].[213]
  • JVA 0406 sahte 80-16 smoke grenades [Before February 2023 ].[213]
  • 150,000 rounds of 7.62mm ammunition [March 2022] (For the Finnish-delivered assault rifles).[213]
  • Procurement of 155 mm ammunition through European Defense Agency [To be delivered].[58]
  • €30 million towards the Czech purchasing of artillery shells for Ukraine.[215]

Miscellaneous equipment

  • 2,000 helmets [March 2022].[213]
  • 2,000 bulletproof vests [March 2022].[213]
  • 70,000 Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [March 2022].[213]

Training

Financial aid

  • €86 million as of 24 February 2022.[217]
 France

France was the largest arms exporter to Ukraine between 2014 and 2020 with over €1.6 billion worth of weapons provided.[218] Among them were: helicopters, reconnaissance drones, navy-related weapons and equipment, targeting systems, ammunition of various calibers and fire control systems.

The full extent of French military aid in the context of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine is unknown as many specifics are neither shared by France nor Ukraine but include:

  • Defense equipment donated before the Russian invasion and pre-war training of Ukrainian troops.[219]
  • Additional delivery of defense equipment to the Ukrainian authorities announced on 26 February 2022.[220][221]
  • Additional weapons to Ukraine announced on 13 April 2022, by the French Defense Minister.[222]
  • On 30 April 2022, President Macron pledged an increase in military support to Ukraine[223] and reiterated on 17 May 2022 that weapon deliveries would continue and would intensify in the days and weeks to come.[224][225]
  • Lecornu also added the supply of batteries of Exocet anti-ship missiles to help open gaps in the maritime blockade imposed by Russia and allow Ukraine to resume its exports of grain and raw materials, was among the further weapons deliveries being examined.[226][227]
  • French contribution to the European Peace Facility Fund (a €500 million contribution out of a total of €3 billion as of December 2022).[228][229]
  • On 13 October 2022, the creation of a French special military fund, totaling €200 million, was inked. It will allow Ukraine to purchase military equipment it desires from French defense contractors.[230][231]
  • On 15 October 2022, it was announced France would be training up to 2,000 Ukrainian soldiers on its soil. They will be assigned to French units for several weeks.[230][232]
  • On 4 January 2023, President Emmanuel Macron promised President Zelenskyy AMX-10 RC and ACMAT Bastion to Ukraine. This is the first time Ukraine has received "Western tanks" according to the French government.[233]
  • On 31 January 2023, it was announced France will also send 150 military personnel to Poland to train up to 600 Ukrainian troops per month.[234][235]

Fighter jets

Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support

  • Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support, including ongoing access to French satellite imagery (various French electromagnetic and observation satellites such as the CERES, CSO, Pleiades and Helios provide intel several times a day to the Ukrainian military staff)[219] and a few dozens agents from the DGSE's Action Division deployed on the ground since the beginning of the war.[237][238]

Cruise missiles

Air defence systems

  • 1 SAMP/T battery (joint-donation with Italy) [May 2023].[241][242]
  • 2 Crotale NG batteries [November 2022].[239]
  • Acquisition of two complete short-range air defense systems from Thales, including Ground Master 200 radars, command and control center, radio communications system and air threat designation terminals (purchased through the French military fund) [One delivered in 2023, another one ordered in 2024][243][244]

Multiple rocket launchers

Self-propelled artillery

Towed artillery

  • 6 155mm TRF1s [October 2022] (Purchased by Ukraine through the security capacity building fund).[246][247]

Mortars

Armoured fighting vehicles

Armoured personnel carriers

Infantry mobility vehicles

Other military vehicles

  • Renault TRM 2000 trucks [August and September 2022].[239]
  • 10 Renault TRM 10000 ACH Fuel Trucks [October 2022].[239][247]
  • 6 Renault GBC 180 all-terrain 6X6 cargo trucks [Before October 2022].[239][247]
  • Peugeot P4 off-road vehicles crowdfunded by Ukrainian public [July and August 2022].[239]

Engineering equipment

  • Motorised floating bridges [To be delivered] (Purchased by Ukraine via the French military fund).[230]
  • Dozens of VAB Génie engineering vehicles [To be delivered].[239]

Man-portable air defense systems

Anti-tank guided missiles

Anti-tank mines

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

  • 150 reconnaissance drones purchased from the French company Delair [Before September 2023].[254]
  • 100 loitering munitions from French company Delair ordered, 2,000 pledged in total [March 2024].[255]

Small arms

  • AA-52 general-purpose machine guns [July 2022].[239]
  • 7.62mm ANF-1 general-purpose machine guns (For VAB APC) [July 2022].[239]
  • 7.62mm FN MAG general-purpose machine guns [July 2022].[239]
  • 560 12.7mm machine guns[247]
  • 1,000 FAMAS rifles[247]
  • 20 sniper rifles [247]

Ammunition

  • 1.1 million ammunition of various calibers (12.7mm ammunition, 155 mm artillery rounds, etc.).[239][247]
  • OF 37 HE hand grenades [May 2022].[239]
  • 1.74 million 12.7mm ammunition.[247]
  • 30000 × 155 mm artillery rounds[247]
  • 9000 × 105 mm rounds for AMX10 RC[247]

Individual equipment[230][256][219][239][257][247]

  • 6200 Helmets.
  • "Protective equipment".
  • 6500 Bulletproof vests.
  • Uniforms.
  • De-mining suits.
  • Over 100,000 combat rations.
  • 3700 Army medical kits.

Miscellaneous equipment

  • Fuel [March/April and September 2022].[230][219][239]
  • Electro-optical/Infra-red systems (including night detection binoculars ordered from Thales and Safran and delivered in late March or early April 2022).[258][239]
  • 36 prefabricated bridges from 23 to 46 meters in length.[259]

Training

  • Over 6,000 Ukrainian soldiers trained in the first eight months of 2023.[260]
  • Training of Ukrainian pilots to begin in 2024.[261]

Financial aid

  • In 2021: €1.6 billion in aid.[262]
  • In 2022:
    • Donations:
      • Financial donation of €300 million (US$337 million) in "additional budgetary assistance" announced by President Macron on 25 February.[263][264]
      • On 5 May, President Macron announced $1.7 billion were donated to Ukraine so far in 2022.[265][266]
      • Additional financial aid of US$300 million announced on 5 May, bringing the total to US$2 billion.[265][266]
      • In October 2022, France announced the creation of a special fund, totaling €200 million, for direct weapon purchases.[267][268][269]
    • Loans:
      • €1.2 billion in programme funding announced on 8 February 2022, consisting of a loan of €200 million and €1 billion in financial guarantees (these guarantees will allow Ukraine to obtain loans from French banks on favorable terms).[270][271]
      • Announcement of a budgetary loan of €300 million on 29 March 2022 in order to help the country cope with the economic and social consequences of the ongoing conflict.[272][273]
  • Further French financial contributions to Ukraine via the European Union's grants and loans since 2014.
  • French contributions to the European Union's military aid.[222]
 Germany

Military support:[274]

* Purchases by the German government from defence companies
** Purchases by Ukraine

Delivered: (as of end of September 2023)

Surface-To-Air Missile (SAM) Systems (2 Systems, 1 Battery And 4 Launchers)

  • 2 IRIS-T SLM Systems* (Three Launchers Per System) [October 2022 and April 2023].
  • 2 IRIS-T SLS Launchers* [August 2023].
  • 1 Patriot Battery and 2 Patriot Launchers [April 2023 and August 2023].

Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Guns (46)

  • 46 Gepards* [Training started in June 2022. Delivered from July to September 2022 (30), February 2023 (2), March 2023 (2) and additional 12 between April and August 2023].

Multiple Rocket Launchers (5)

  • 5 227mm M270 ''MARS'' [Arrived to Ukraine in July (3) and October 2022 (2)].
  • 3 HIMARS purchased for Ukraine from US military stocks.[275]

Laser-Guided Rocket Systems (20)

  • 20 70mm Laser-Guided Rocket Launchers On Pick-Up Trucks [December 2022].

Self-Propelled Artillery (16 (24))

  • 14 (+8 As Spare Parts Donors) 155mm PzH 2000s [April 2022. Training completed in May 2022. Arrived to Ukraine in June (7), July 2022 (3) and October 2022 (4)] (Delivered along with 10.500 155 mm rounds).
  • 2 155 mm SpGH Zuzana 2s* self-propelled howitzers [July 2023] (Joint purchase by Germany, Norway and Denmark from Slovakia)

Tanks (65+)

  • T-72M1s [2022] (Delivered from Czech stocks in exchange for 15 Leopard 2A4 MBTs and 1 Büffel ARV through the 'Ringtausch' programme).
  • 28 M-55S' [October 2022] (From Slovenian stocks in exchange for 45 MAN 8x8 trucks through the 'Ringtausch' programme).
  • 18 Leopard 2A6s [March 2023].
  • 20 Leopard 1 A5 [July and August 2023] (In cooperation with the Netherlands and Denmark).

Infantry Fighting Vehicles (130)

  • 40 BMP-1A1s [Delivered from October 2022 onwards] (From Greek stocks in exchange for 40 Marder IFVs through the 'Ringtausch' programme).
  • 30 BVP-1s [November 2022] (From Slovak stocks in exchange for 15 Leopard 2A4 MBTs through the 'Ringtausch' programme).
  • 60 Marder 1A3s [March and September 2023].

Armoured Personnel Carriers (82)

  • 54 M113G3DK/G4DKs [July and August 2022] (M113s taken from Danish stocks and subsequently overhauled with German funding).
  • 28 Bandvagn BV 206s* [June, July and August 2023].

Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicles (50)

  • 50 Dingos [November and December 2022].

Man-Portable Air Defence Systems (3,200)

Anti-Tank Weapons (23,800)

  • 900 Panzerfaust 3 RPGs [2022] (Delivered along with 3000 DM72A1 (PzF 3-IT) and 50 DM32 Bunkerfaust rounds).
  • 7,944 RGW 90 Matador RPGs** [Delivered from March 2022 onwards].
  • 14,900 DM31 And PARM DM22 Anti-Tank Mines [2022].

Anti-Drone Systems And Jammers (176)

  • 10 Anti-Drone Guns* [2022].
  • 57 Anti-Drone Sensors And Jammers* [2022 and 2023] (Including 40 Frequency Range Extension Devices).
  • 12 Electronic Anti-Drone Devices* [2022].
  • 2 Large Anti-Drone Jamming Systems* (Installed on HMMWV IMVs) [August 2022].
  • 1 communications electronic scanner/jammer system* [May 2023].
  • 10 Radio Jammers* [August 2022 and July 2023].
  • 113 Drone Detection Systems* [December 2022, February, March, June, August and September 2023]

Radars (33)

  • 28 Ground Observer 12 Ground Surveillance Radars* (Installed on HMMWVs) [August 2022 and July and August 2023].
  • 1 Cobra Counter-Battery Radar System* [September 2022].
  • 4 TRML-4D [October 2022 and April, June and August 2023].
  • 1 Satcom Surveillance System* [To Be Delivered].

(Mobile) Reconnaissance Systems (6)

  • 5 SurveilSPIRE Mobile Reconnaissance Systems* [2022].
  • 1 Satcom Surveillance System* [September 2023].

Reconnaissance Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (216)

  • 104 Vectors** [June 2022, June, July and August 2023].
  • 32 Reconnaissance UAVs* [November 2022 and March 2023].
  • 80 RQ-35 Heidruns [July, August and September 2023].

Unmanned Ships (10)

  • 10 Unmanned Surface Vessels* [October and November 2022].

Unmanned Vehicles (14)

  • 7 THeMIS UGVs For Casualty Evacuation [December 2022].
  • 7 THeMIS UGVs For Route Clearance [May 2023].

Engineering Vehicles And Equipment (80)

  • 5 Pionierpanzer 2A1 Dachs Armoured Engineering Vehicles (AEVs) [March and July 2023].
  • 15 Bergepanzer 2 Armoured Recovery Vehicles (ARVs)* [August, October and December 2022].
  • 2 Bergepanzer 3 Armoured Recovery Vehicles (ARVs) [March 2023].
  • 11 Brückenlegepanzer Biber Bridgelayers [November 2022 and February, May, July and September 2023].
  • 8 Wisent 1 Mine-Clearing Tanks* [March, June, July and September 2023].
  • 12 Remote Controlled Mine Clearance Systems* [August 2022 and January, May and June 2023].
  • 3 GCS-200 Remote Controlled And Protected Mine Clearing Systems [January 2023].
  • 6 HEP 70 Mobile Decontamination Vehicles [August 2022].
  • 3 Liebherr Mobile Cranes [2022].
  • 19 Heavy And Medium Bridge Systems Along With 12 Trailers* [November 2022 and July 2023].

Vehicles (~1187)

  • 12 Oshkosh M1070 Heavy Equipment and Tank Transporters* [November and December 2022].
  • 55 HX81 Heavy Equipment and Tank Transporters Along With 49 Trailers* [January, May, June, July, August and September 2023].
  • 12 Heavy Duty Trailer Trucks [December 2022].
  • 30 Armoured Volkswagen Amarok SUVs [2022].
  • 40 Heavy Duty 8x8 Trucks [December 2022 and September 2023].
  • 6 Heavy Duty 8x6 Trucks* [April and August 2023] (Including 21 Containers).
  • 38 Load-Handling Trucks [January, February and August 2023].
  • 200 Mercedes-Benz Zetros Trucks* [January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August and September 2023].
  • 297 All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), Minibuses And Trucks [2022 and 2023].
  • 183 Pick-Up Trucks [2022 and January and May 2023].
  • 186 Border Protection Vehicles (Iveco VM90s, Iveco ACL 90s and Renault TRM 2000s) [October, November and December 2022, and January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August and September 2023].
  • 50 Ambulances [November and December 2022].
  • 47 Mercedez-Benz Unimog Ambulances [July and September 2023].
  • 8 Forklifts [October, November and December 2022 and March 2023].
  • 2 Rosenbauer Panther [December 2022].
  • 3 Aircraft Refuelling Trucks [February 2023].
  • 2 Dump Trucks [February 2023].
  • 2 Water Tankers [2022/2023].
  • 11 Tipper Trucks [2022/2023].
  • Mercedes-Benz Unimog Trucks [February 2023].
  • 12 Heavy Equipment Transporters Along With 4 Trailers [December 2022].
  • 5 Toyota pickup trucks donated to the Ukrainian National Guard.[276]
  • 41 Mercedes-Benz Arocs trucks donated to Ukrainian Border Guard troops.[277]

Small Arms (820)

  • 220 MG 3 General-Purpose Machine Guns [2022 and 2023] (Delivered along with 500 spare barrels and breechlocks).
  • 100 MG5 General-Purpose Machine Guns* [August 2023].
  • 500 Heckler & Koch SFP9 Pistols [March 2023].

Ammunition

  • Additional Missiles For The IRIS-T SLM SAM System* [November and December 2022 and January and April 2023].
  • 164 Missiles For The Patriot SAM Battery [April and August 2023].
  • 294 GMLRS Unitary M31A1 Guided Rockets For The 227mm M270 ''MARS'' MLRS [July and October 2022 and March 2023].
  • 86,122 rounds Of 35 mm Ammunition For Gepard SPAAG [Delivered from June 2022 onwards]
  • 4,000 rounds of 35 mm practice ammunition for Gepard SPAAG [August 2022].
  • 18,510 × 155 mm Artillery Rounds For PzH 2000 SPG [Delivered from June 2022 onwards].
  • 17,000 × 155 mm Smoke Rounds For PzH 2000 SPG [Delivered from June 2022 onwards].
  • 1000 155mm Illumination Rounds For PzH 2000 SPG [Delivered from June 2022 onwards].
  • SMArt 155 guided artillery rounds for PzH 2000 SPG [Delivered from June 2022 onwards].
  • 255+ Vulcano guided artillery rounds for PzH 2000 SPG [March and June 2023].
  • 134,592 Rounds Of 40mm Ammunition For Automatic Grenade Launchers [September and December 2022 and April, July and August 2023].
  • 105mm Rounds For Leopard 1A5 MBT [May 2023].
  • 120mm Rounds For Leopard 2A6 MBT [March 2023].
  • 20mm Ammunition for the Marder IFV [March 2023].
  • 45,7 Million Rounds Of Small Arms Ammunition [2022 and 2023] (including ammunition delivered in 2022: 3 million rounds of 5.56×45mm ammunition, 5 million rounds of 7.62×51mm ammunition, total 14.1 million rounds of small arms ammunition delivered in 2022).
  • 100,000 DM51/DM51A2 hand grenades [2022].
  • 3,000 DM72A1 (PzF 3-IT) for Panzerfaust 3 [2022].
  • 50 DM32 Bunkerfaust rounds for Panzerfaust 3 [2022].
  • (Artillery) Ammunition originally from Bulgaria [March and April 2022].
  • 5,300 explosive charges [2022].
  • 100,000 metres of detonating cord [2022] (Delivered along with 450,000 detonators).

Military Gear

  • 28,000 Helmets [2022].
  • 15 Palettes Worth Of Military Clothing (Including 1300 Bulletproof Vests) [2022].
  • 116,000 Winter Jackets [2022].
  • 80,000 Winter Trousers [2022].
  • 240,000 Winter Hats [2022].
  • 20,600 Safety Glasses [2022 and 2023].
  • 1,453 Binoculars [2022 and 2023].
  • 951 Night Vision Goggles [2022].

Miscellaneous Equipment

  • MiG-29 Fighter Jet Spare Parts [2022].
  • Mi-24 Attack Helicopter Spare Parts* [November 2022].
  • 11 Mine-Plows For T-72 MBT [July 2023].
  • Leopard 2A6 MBT Spare Parts [March 2023].
  • Marder 1 IFV Spare Parts [March 2023].
  • Vector UAV Spare Parts [July 2023].
  • Wisent 1 Mine-Clearing Tank Spare Parts [September 2023].
  • M2 Browning Heavy Machine Gun Spare Parts [2022].
  • 10 Laser Designators For Vulcano Guided Artillery Rounds For PzH 2000 SPG [July 2023].
  • 10 Fire Command Units For Vulcano Guided Artillery Rounds For PzH 2000 SPG [July 2023].
  • 38 Laser-Range Finders [2022].
  • 40 Laser-Designators [2022 and January 2023].
  • 49 Mobile Antenna Mast Systems* [January, February, March, April, July and September 2023].
  • 1 Antenna Hub Station [September 2023].
  • 17 SatCom Terminals* [September 2023].
  • 5 Bridges For Biber Bridgelayers [June and July 2023].
  • 10 Containers [February 2023].
  • 16+ Palettes Worth Of Materiel For Explosive Ordnance Disposal [2022 and 2023].
  • 1 High Frequency Unit [August 2022].
  • 1 Radio Frequency System [2022].
  • 3,000 Field Telephones [2022] (Delivered along with 5000 cable reels).
  • 2 Hangar Tents* [March 2023].
  • 200 Tents [2022].
  • 2 Field Kitchens [2022].
  • 1 Mobile Field Hospital* [August 2023].
  • 14,000 Sleeping Bags [2022].
  • 2,735 Generators [2022 and 2023].
  • 36,400 Wool Blankets [December 2022].
  • 10 Winter Camouflage Nets [February 2023].
  • 148 Mobile Heating Systems [November and December 2022].
  • 416,000 Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [2022 and 2023].
  • Diesel And Gasoline [2022. Supplies ongoing].
  • 10 Tonnes Of AdBlue [2022].

To Be Delivered: (as of end of September 2023)

Surface-To-Air Missile (SAM) Systems (6 Systems And 22 Launchers)

  • 6 IRIS-T SLM System* (Three Launchers Per System) [To be delivered].
  • 22 IRIS-T SLS Launchers* [To be delivered].

Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Guns (21 SPAAGs And 2 Systems)

  • 21 Gepards/Cheetahs*.
  • 2 Oerlikon Skynex System*.

Self-Propelled Artillery (32)

  • 18 155mm RCH 155s [To be delivered] (Purchased by Ukraine from Krauss-Maffei Wegmann through the security capacity building fund).
  • 14 155mm ShKH Zuzana 2s [To be delivered] (Joint purchase by Germany, Norway and Denmark from Slovakia).

Tanks (115)

  • 115 Leopard 1A5s [To be delivered] (In cooperation with the Netherlands and Denmark).

Infantry Fighting Vehicles (40)

  • 40 Marder 1A3s [To be delivered].

Armoured Personnel Carriers (26+)

  • 26 Bandvagn BV 206s* [To be delivered].
  • Fuchs Evolutions* [To be delivered].

Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicles (66+)

  • 66 BATT UMGs* [To be delivered from July 2023 onwards].

Anti-Drone Systems (80)

  • 80 Drone Detection Systems* [To be delivered] (Including 40 Frequency Range Extension Devices).

Radars, Jammers And Reconnaissance Systems (69)

  • 5 TRML-4Ds [To be delivered].
  • 8 Mobile Ground Surveillance Radars And Thermal Imaging Cameras* [To Be Delivered].
  • 30 Ground Observer 12 Ground Surveillance Radars* [To Be Delivered].
  • 3 Drone Sensors* [To Be Delivered].
  • 12 Communications Electronic Scanner/Jammer Systems* [To Be Delivered].
  • 10 SurveilSPIRE Mobile Reconnaissance Systems* [To Be Delivered].

Reconnaissance Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (482+)

  • 121 Reconnaissance UAVs* [To Be Delivered].
  • 324 Vectors** [To Be Delivered].
  • Lunas [To be delivered].
  • 40 RQ-35 Heidruns [To be delivered].

Helicopters (6)

Unmanned Ships (10)

  • 10 Unmanned Surface Vessels* [To Be Delivered].

Engineering Vehicles And Equipment (74)

  • 6 Bergepanzer 2 Armoured Recovery Vehicles (ARVs)* [To Be Delivered]
  • 15 Brückenlegepanzer Biber Bridgelayers [To Be Delivered].
  • 34 Wisent 1 Mine-Clearing Tanks* [To Be Delivered].
  • 7 GCS-200 Remote Controlled And Protected Mine Clearing Systems [To Be Delivered].
  • 7 Protected Mine-Clearing Systems* [To Be Delivered].
  • 2 Remote Controlled Mine Clearing System* [To Be Delivered].
  • 3 Heavy And Medium Bridge Systems* [To Be Delivered].

Vehicles (720)

  • 12 Oshkosh M1070 Heavy Equipment and Tank Transporters* [To Be Delivered].
  • 336 Border Protection Vehicles (Iveco VM90s, Iveco ACL 90s and Renault TRM 2000s) [To Be Delivered].
  • 39 HX81 Heavy Equipment and Tank Transporters Along With 49 Trailers* [To Be Delivered]
  • 13 Heavy Duty 8x8 Trucks [To Be Delivered].
  • 3 Heavy Duty 8x6 Trucks* [To Be Delivered].
  • 78 Heavy Duty Trailer Trucks* [To Be Delivered].
  • 82 Mercedes-Benz Zetros Trucks* [To Be Delivered].
  • 10 Protected Vehicles* [To Be Delivered].
  • 180 Trucks* [To Be Delivered].
  • 30 Tanker Trucks* [To Be Delivered].
  • 2 Tractors Along With 4 Trailers [To Be Delivered].

Anti-Tank Weapons (18,000)

  • 18,000 Portable Anti-Tank Weapons [To be delivered].

Small Arms (200)

  • 100 GMG Automatic Grenade Launchers* [To Be Delivered].

Ammunition

  • Additional Missiles For The IRIS-T SLM SAM System* [To Be Delivered].
  • Missiles For The IRIS-T SLS SAM System* [To Be Delivered].
  • 22,500 155 mm Artillery Rounds For PzH 2000 SPG* [To Be Delivered].
  • Vulcano Guided Artillery Rounds For PzH 2000 SPG*[To Be Delivered].
  • 81,408 rounds of 40 mm ammunition for automatic grenade launchers [To Be Delivered].
  • 289,920 rounds of 35 mm ammunition for Gepard SPAAG [To Be Delivered].
  • 105 mm rounds for Leopard 1A5 [To Be Delivered].
  • 20 mm rounds for Marder IFV [To Be Delivered].
  • 9.7 million rounds Of small-arms ammunition [To Be Delivered].
  • DM31 And/Or DM22 PARM 2 Anti-Tank Mines [To Be Delivered].

Miscellaneous equipment

  • 1 vehicle decontamination system [To Be Delivered].
  • 1 mobile antenna mast system* [To Be Delivered].
  • 1 Mobile Field Hospital* [To Be Delivered].
  • 26 interchangeable loading system (for trucks) [To Be Delivered].
  • 130 heating systems [To Be Delivered].
  • 50 field heaters [To Be Delivered].
  • Oil heaters [To Be Delivered].
  • Military winter clothing [To Be Delivered].
  • 80,000 Safety Glasses [To Be Delivered].
  • 450+ generators [To Be Delivered].
  • 2,000 portable lighting systems* [To Be Delivered].
  • Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [To Be Delivered].

Financial aid

  • €1.83 billion in bilateral aid since 2014.
  • Approx. €4 billion via the EU in the form of grants and loans since 2014.
  • €240 million via the EU in loans in 2022.
  • Loan of over €150 million via KfW in April 2022.
  • €425 million via the 'Stand Up For Ukraine' pledging campaign and an additional 70 million for medical aid via the EU.
  • Over €1 billion additional military aid to Ukraine for weapons purchases in April 2022.
  • Additional €1 billion pledged in the form of grants in May 2022.

Sources

 Greece

The priority access to the port of Alexandroupolis in Northern Greece allowed the U.S. to provide military assistance to Ukraine.[286]

Infantry fighting vehicles

  • 40 BMP-1A1s [Delivered from October 2022 onwards] (From Greek stocks in exchange for 40 Marder IFVs through the 'Ringtausch' programme).[287]
  • Unknown Quantity Of BMP-1A1s [To be delivered].[288]

Anti-tank weapons

Small arms

  • 20,000 ''Kalashnikov Rifles'' [Delivered from February 2022 onwards].[288]

Ammunition

  • Unknown quantity of 122mm rocket artillery rounds for BM-21 and RM-70 MRL [Delivered from February 2022 onwards].[288]
  • Artillery Ammunition [To be delivered].[288]
  • Small Arms Ammunition [To be delivered].[288]
  • Procurement of 155mm ammunition through European Defense Agency [To be delivered].[58]

Training

  • Training for Ukrainian pilots of F-16 jet fighters [2023/2024].[289]
  • The deployment of Hellenic army soldiers to train Ukrainian Special Forces [2022/2023].[288]
  • The deployment of Hellenic army soldiers to train Ukrainian troops on the Leopard 2 MBT [2022/2023].[288]

Medical Aid

  • Rehabilitation of wounded Ukrainian soldiers in Greece [2023].[288]
 Hungary

Training and rehabilitation

  • Training of Ukrainian combat medics [by March 2023].
  • Help in the hospitalization of wounded Ukrainian soldiers [by March 2023].[290]
 Iceland

Iceland's military aid to Ukraine amounts to a value of approximately 2.7bn ISK (US$19.4 million).[291]

Ammunition

  • € 2 million towards the Czech scheme to purchase artillery shells for Ukraine.[292]

Vehicles

  • 10 fuel trucks (two delivered in May 2023).[293]

Logistical support

  • The Government of Iceland decided to offer to transport military equipment to Ukraine for other countries, as Iceland does not have a military of its own. An Air Atlanta Icelandic freighter has been chartered and used to deliver military equipment from Slovenia to Ukraine.[294]

Training and equipment

  • Ikr 50 million worth of basic EOD equipment for the Ukrainian military. Training And Equipping Ukrainian EOD Teams [Since March 2023] (In cooperation with Nordic countries and Lithuania).[295][296]
  • Training in combat medicine for Ukrainian soldiers provided by the Greater Reykjavik District Fire and Rescue Service.[297]
  • Ikr 75 million of uniforms, body armour, medical and hygiene products for female Ukrainian soldiers.[292]

Miscellaneous Equipment

  • A mobile field hospital purchased for Ukraine approved 15 March 2023.[298][299]
  • Winter gear [2022].[296]

Financial aid

  • The Government of Iceland has provided Ikr 260 million of economic assistance through the world bank.[300]
  • 3.55 million euro for NATO comprehensive assistance package for Ukraine [2022/2023].[296]
  • Additional €340,000 for NATO comprehensive assistance package for Ukraine December 2023.[301]
  • 3.59 million euro for UK-led international fund for Ukraine [2022/2023].[296]
 Ireland

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney, approved military aid for Ukraine:

Mine clearing equipment

  • 2 DOK-ING MV-4 remote controlled mine clearance vehicles. [24 February 2024].[302]

Vehicles

  • 20 Ford Ranger pickup trucks, 7 transport trucks, 2 ambulances and one eight-wheeled recovery vehicle donated to the Ukrainian military June 2024.[303]

Miscellaneous

  • Helmets, medical equipment, blood and fuel [27 February 2022].[304][305]
  • 5,000 Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [March 2022].
  • 200 units of body armor [March 2022].[306]

Training and rehabilitation

  • Rehabilitation of five wounded Ukrainian soldiers [June 2022].[307]
  • 30 Irish soldiers will participate in training of Ukrainian Armed Forces in basic military skills, leadership training, drill instructor training, combat medicine, demining and explosive disposal. From April 2023 onwards.[308][309][310]

Financial aid

  • €122 million for non-lethal military equipment to be acquired from NATO [Since February 2022].[311]
 Israel

Anti-drone systems

  • Unspecified anti-drone systems [September 2022] (delivered by an Israeli defence contractor to Ukraine indirectly through Poland, and the United States)[312][313]
  • Missile warning system [May 2023].[314]

Vehicles

  • 7 armored ambulances [Delivered From December 2022 to January 2023][315]

Military gear[316][317]

  • 3,500 helmets [2,000 in April 2022, further 1,500 in June]
  • 2,000 bulletproof vests [500 in April 2022, further 1,500 in June]
  • 1,000 gas masks [June 2022]
  • "hundreds" of mine protection suits [June 2022]
  • "dozens" of hazmat filtration systems [June 2022]

Miscellaneous

  • Intelligence regarding drones used by Russian forces [From November 2022].[318][319]
 Italy[320][321]

* Private purchases from Italian defence companies

Air defence systems (3 batteries)

  • SkyGuard Aspide battery [February 2023].
  • Spada battery [February 2023].
  • 2 SAMP/T MAMBA batteries, first [May 2023] (in cooperation with France), second announced June 2024.[322]

Multiple rocket launchers (2)

  • 2 227mm M270A1 MLRS-Is [October 2022].

Self-propelled artillery (106+)

  • 6 155mm PzH 2000s [January 2023].
  • 100+ 155mm M109Ls [Delivered from October 2022 onwards].

Towed artillery

Heavy mortars

  • 120mm Mod. 63s [before June 2022].
  • 120mm MO-120-RTs [before December 2022].

Armoured personnel carriers

  • Bandvagn BV 206S' [before March 2023].
  • Puma 6x6 [May 2024].
  • 10+ VCC-2 (a modified version of the M113A1) [Delivered from June 2024 onwards]

Infantry mobility vehicles

  • VTLM Linces [June 2022] (Some of them equipped with Hitrole RWS).
  • 11 MLS Shields* [June 2022].

Vehicles

  • 45 Protezione Civile Iveco VM 90 Tactical Vehicles [2022].
  • Iveco Astra SM 66.40 trucks (to tow FH-70s) [before November 2022].
  • IVECO ACM 90 trucks [Spring 2022].
  • 2 IVECO trakker T380WMs* [July 2022].
  • 51 FIAT Fullback 4x4 pick-up trucks* (used as mobile MANPADS platforms) [April 2022].

Man-portable air defence systems (MANPADS)

Anti-tank weapons

Missiles

  • Storm Shadow Cruise Missiles [Before May 2023].[77]

Radars

  • 1 Skyguard II (for SkyGuard Aspide battery) [February 2023].
  • 1 Selenia PLUTO 2D (for Spada Battery) [February 2023].
  • 1 Arabel (for AMP/T MAMBA battery) [May 2023] (in cooperation with France).

Small arms

  • MG 42/59 general-purpose machine guns [Before June 2022].
  • M2 heavy machine guns [Spring 2022].

Ammunition

  • 120 mm mortar rounds for Mod. 63 heavy mortars [before June 2022].
  • 155 mm artillery rounds for towed artillery and SPGs [Delivered before November 2022].
  • 12.7mm rounds for M2 Browning heavy machine guns [Spring 2022].

Military gear

  • Body armour [2022/2023].
  • Plate carriers [Spring 2022].

Miscellaneous equipment

  • Medical supplies [2022/2023].
  • Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [2022/2023].
  • Counter-IED systems [2022/2023].
  • Hitrole Remote Weapons Stations [June 2022] (For VTLM Lince IMVs).

Financial aid

  • €110 million on 27 February 2022.
 Japan

Reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicles

  • 30 Parrot ANAFIs [delivered from April 2022 onwards].[323]
  • ~10 surveillance drones [August 2022].[323]

Vehicles

Military gear

  • 6,900 Type 88 Version 2 Kai helmets [March 2022].[326][323]
  • 1,900 Type 3 Kai bulletproof vests [March 2022].[326][323]
  • Military clothing (including field jacket version 2, gloves, boots) [March 2022].[326]
  • Type 00/Type 18 hazmat suits (including gas masks) [Delivered from April 2022 onwards].[323]

Miscellaneous equipment

  • ALIS mine detection equipment [April 2023].[323]
  • Communications equipment [March 2022].[323]
  • Satellite phones [March 2022].[323]
  • Binoculars [Delivered from March 2022 onwards].[323]
  • 240 tents [March 2022].[323]
  • Generators [March 2022].[326]
  • 50 cameras [March 2022].[323]
  • Lighting devices [March 2022].[323]
  • Medical equipment, gowns and gloves [March 2022].[326]
  • 140,000 emergency rations [March 2022 and June 2023].[323]
  • Protective equipment for pyrotechnicians [April 2023].[323]
  • A UAV detection system [July 2023][327]

Rehabilitation

  • Rehabilitation of two wounded Ukrainian soldiers [To be delivered].[328]

Financial aid

  • US$200 million on 28 February 2022.[329][330]
  • US$37 million contribution to a NATO fund that will provide an anti-drone system and other gear.[331]
 Jordan

Between May and November 2022 multiple planes have flown from Jordan to Czech Republic with weapons destined for Ukraine:[332]

 Kosovo

Vehicles

  • Tactical vehicles and armored vehicles [May 2024].[335]

Ammunition

  • 120 mm, 60 mm and 81 mm mortar rounds [To be delivered].[335]

26 instructors sent to train Ukrainian soldiers as part of British-led Operation Interflex.[336]

 Latvia

In January 2024 Latvia pledged a new military aid package to Ukraine, containing: howitzers, 155 mm ammunition, anti-tank weapons, missiles, grenades, helicopters, drones, communication devices, generators, and equipment.[337]

Vehicles

  • 285 cars (worth almost €1 million), as of January 2023[From March 2023 onwards] (Part of a batch of 1200+ cars donated by UkReinis Pozņaks).[338][339][340]

Self-propelled howitzers

Helicopters

Drones

  • 90+ unmanned aerial vehicles donated by Latvian companies and delivered to the Armed Forces of Ukraine by the Ministry of Defence of Latvia [from March 2022 onwards].[343][344]
  • 45+ AtlasPros (donated by Latvian public and Latvian companies) [May 2022].[345]
  • Dozens of unmanned aerial vehicles [After January 2023].[345]

Air defense systems

Small arms

  • Dozens of machine guns with ammunition [Spring 2023].[344]

Ammunition

  • Ammunition for small arms [Spring 2023].[345]

Miscellaneous equipment

Training and rehabilitation

  • Training of 3,000 Ukrainian soldiers [1,000 in 2022; 2,000 to be trained in 2023].[344]
  • Demining training.[349]
  • Rehabilitation of 250 soldiers [130 in 2022, 120 to be rehabilitated in 2023].[350]

Financial aid

  • €500,000 aid from the Riga City Council to Ukraine on 25 February 2022.[351]
  • €1.2 million aid from the Government of Latvia to the Armed Forces of Ukraine on 26 February 2022.[352]
  • €4.3 million in support of the Armed Forces through the European Peace Fund.[353]
 Lithuania

In January 2024 Lithuania's Defence Council approved a 200 million euro package of long-term military assistance to Ukraine.[354]

Air defense systems

Man-portable air defence systems

Anti-aircraft guns

  • 36 Bofors L70 anti-aircraft guns [Delivered from February 2023 onwards].[358]

Aircraft

Towed artillery

  • 18 105mm M101 howitzers [September 2022].[361]

Self-propelled mortars

Heavy mortars

  • 18 120 mm heavy mortars [April 2022].[357]

Armoured personnel carriers (APCs)

  • 72 M113 APCs and M577s [Delivered from June 2022 onwards].[357] More M577s delivered in 2024.[354]
  • 14 additional M113 APCs delivered June 2024.[362]

Vehicles

  • 10 military trucks [June 2022].[357]
  • 10 Mitsubishi L200s (for demining operations) [June 2022].[357]
  • Arctic Trucks AT42s [To be delivered].[357]
  • 7 Toyota Land Cruiser armored SUVs [October 2022].[363]
  • 5 Land Rover off-road vehicles [April 2023].[364]
  • A small number of Renault Trucks D to the Ukrainian military [March 2024].[365]
  • Repairing of damaged Ukrainian Leopard tanks in Lithuania in cooperation with German defence industry.[366] [October 2023].

Small arms (delivered along with ammunition)

  • Anti-tank weaponry [March 2022].[357]
  • 23,000 automatic rifles and machine guns [Delivered from March 2022 onwards].[357]
  • Submachine guns [March 2022].[357]
  • 4,000 pistols [2022].[357]
  • ~1,300 grenade launchers [2022].[357]
  • Grenades [March 2022].[357]
  • Additional rifles and ammunition [August 2023].[356]

Ammunition

  • 155 mm artillery rounds for PzH 2000 SPG [Delivered from December 2022 onwards].[357]
  • €35 million towards the Czech purchase of artillery shells for Ukraine [March 2024].[367][368]
  • 1.5 million rounds of small arms ammunition delivered September 2023.[369]
  • 3 million rounds of 7.62×51mm ammunition [November 2023].[370]
  • Several million small arms ammunition [December 2023].[371]
  • Thousands of RPG ammunition [December 2023].[357][371]
  • "Ammunition" [January 2024].[354]
  • "Thousands" of rounds of Carl Gustav recoilless rifle ammunition [February 2024].[372]

Radars

  • Maritime surveillance radar sets [August 2023].[356]
  • Six Amber-1800 radar systems [May 2024][373]

Crowdfunded by the Lithuanian public:

  • Radars
    • 16 ieMHRs [Delivered from April 2023 onwards].[357]
  • Unmanned combat aerial vehicles (UCAVs)
    • 1 Bayraktar TB2 [July 2022] (Initially funded with crowdfunding. Subsequently, given to Lithuania by Baykar Tech free of charge with the €6 million collected used for aid).[357]
  • Loitering munitions
    • 37 WB Electronics Warmates [Late 2022] (Crowdfunded through the Lithuanian-Polish Army of Drones crowdfunder).[357]
    • 18 UJ-23 Topazs [2022/2023].[357]
    • 3,000 FPV drones pledged 5 April 2024.[374]
    • €3 million allocated for the production of FPV drones for Ukraine.[375]
  • Reconnaissance UAVs
    • 7 EOS C VTOL [June 2022] (Two crowdfunded in early May and five more purchased with the money collected from the TB2 crowdfunder).[357]
  • Drone-related equipment
    • Cloud intelligence collaboration suite 'Magyla 700' [To be delivered] (Purchased with the money collected from the TB2 crowdfunder. For EOS C VTOL UAVs).[357]
    • 110+ EDM4S Sky Wiper anti-drone jammers [July 2022] (Purchased with the money collected from the TB2 crowdfunder. To be used with 80 WINGMAN early-warning drone detectors).[357]

Miscellaneous equipment

  • 35,000 sets of military winter clothing [Delivered from September 2022 onwards].[357]
  • Winter clothing and equipment to equip "tens of thousands" of soldiers [February 2024].[376]
  • Anti-drone imaging equipment [March or April 2022 and June 2022].[357]
  • Thermal imagers [March or April 2022 and June 2022].[357]
  • Communications equipment [March 2022].[357]
  • At least several tens of thousands of dry food rations (MREs) [April, December 2023].[377]
  • Reconnaissance UAVs [To be delivered].[357]
  • Anti-drone systems August 2023.[356] Additional systems April 2024.[378]
  • "Drones" [To be delivered].[357]
  • Winter equipment.[370]
  • Remote detonation systems.[370]
  • About 1000 folding beds.[371]
  • "Field service equipment" [December 2023].[377]
  • "Outdoor equipment" [December 2023].[377]
  • Generators [January 2024].[354] [April 2024] [378]
  • "Detonation systems" [January 2024].[354]
  • RISE-1 remote detonation systems [February 2024].[372]
  • Camp beds.[378]

Training and rehabilitation

  • Training of Ukrainian soldiers since 2017 (4,000 trained between 2017 and 2021, 500 soldiers in 2022, 2,000 to be trained in 2023). Training will continue in 2024.[379][380][354]
  • Rehabilitation of wounded Ukrainian soldiers [since 2016].[381]
  • €15 million allocated for rehabilitation programmes for wounded Ukrainian soldiers.[374]

Financial aid

  • €29 million in military equipment by the Blue/Yellow charity since 2014.[382]
 Luxembourg

Artillery

Armoured Personnel Carriers

  • 40 M113 Armoured Personnel Carriers with Remote Weapon Stations as a joint donation by Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg [Delivered from September 2023 onwards].[52][384]

Reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicles

  • 15 Primoco one 150s [6 in August 2022; 9 in 2023] (purchased directly from the manufacturer in Czechia; six in cooperation with the Netherlands and Belgium).[384]

Anti-tank guided missiles

Infantry mobility vehicles

  • 28 HMMWVs [November 2022] (eight for spare parts).[384]

Vehicles

  • 7 Jeep Wranglers [March 2022].[384]
  • 4 pickup trucks and 4 trailers [August 2022] (for the Primoco One 150 UAV unit).[384]
  • 1 Mercedes Sprinter L4 Van [August 2022] (For the Primoco One 150 UAV Unit).[384]
  • 8 ambulances [December 2022].[384]
  • 30 armoured ambulances [Delivered since March 2023].[384]

Small arms

Ammunition

  • 600 122 mm rockets for BM-21 Grad [between September and October 2022] (bought from a third country and delivered to Ukraine).[384]
  • 12,500 rounds of RPG-7 ammunition [April 2022] (bought from a third country and delivered to Ukraine).[384]
  • 3,200 rounds of 155 mm ammunition [March 2023].[384]
  • 3.22 million rounds of 12.7 mm ammunition (for M2 Browning heavy machine guns) [March 2022 and 2023].[384]
  • 100,000 rounds of 7.62mm ammunition (for assault rifles and machine guns) [March 2023].[384]
  • Procurement of 155 mm ammunition through European Defense Agency [To be delivered].[58]
  • Unspecified contribution to the Czech purchase of artillery shells for Ukraine.[385]

Military clothing

  • 5,000 bulletproof vests [May 2022] (purchased off the international market).[384]
  • 5,800 helmets [May 2022 and 2023] (purchased off the international market).[384]
  • 22,400 Avon Protection C50 gas masks [between April and June 2022] (delivered along with 44,800 filters, purchased directly from the manufacturer).[384]

Miscellaneous equipment

  • 120 MUM night vision multi-purpose monoculars [August 2022].[384]
  • 180 PVS-14 night vision multi-purpose monoculars [August 2022].[384]
  • 70 RNVG night vision binoculars [August 2022].[384]
  • 100 thermal scopes for rifles [August 2022][384]
  • 300 mounts night vision helmet mounts [August 2022].[384]
  • 150 Night vision goggles [2023].[384]
  • 25 SOPHIE hand-held thermal cameras [March 2023].[384]
  • Medical supplies [2022/2023].[384]
  • 50 Satcube Ku terminals with iDirect iQ 200 modems and SATCOM subscription [between July and October 2022] (purchased directly from the manufacturer).[384]
  • 40 SATCOM terminals including bandwidth [March 2023].[384]
  • 15 military tents [March 2022].[384]
  • 358 Arctic sleeping bags [September 2022].[384]
  • 18 generators [November 2022].[384]
  • 47 heavy and medium generators [March, April and May 2023].[384]
  • 3 portable army heaters [September 2022].[384]
  • 10 light-pole sets [November 2022].[384]
  • 800 Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [September 2022].[384]
  • 43 Artec 3D scanners [November 2022 and 2023] (to be used to investigate Russian war crimes).[384]
 Malta

Treatment

  • Treatment of two wounded Ukrainian soldiers [January 2023].[386]
 Montenegro

In February 2023 Montenegro announced that it had donated so far military aid worth 10 million euros.[387]

Man-portable air defence systems (MANPADS)

Ammunition

  • 600 rounds of 60mm and 82mm ammunition for mortars [sent between April and June 2022].[388][389]
  • 7,964 rounds of 57mm ammunition for UB-16 and UB-32 rocket pods [August 2022].[389]
  • 8,036 rounds of 57mm ammunition for 57mm AZP S-60 AA guns [July and August 2022].[388]
  • 7,992 rounds of 76mm ammunition for 76mm AK-726 naval guns [August 2022].[388][389]
  • 2.3 million rounds of 7.62×39mm ammunition [August 2022].[388]

Military clothing and gear

  • 500 helmets [March 2022].[388]
  • 300 bulletproof vests [March 2022].[388]
  • 600 armored plates [March 2022].[388]

Miscellaneous equipment

  • Mi-8 helicopter spare parts [September 2022].[388]
  • 7,000 food rations [March 2022].[388]

The government of Montenegro announced that it would donate 11% of its defence budget to Ukraine.[390][391]

 Morocco
Donations are disputed by the government of Morocco.[394][395]
 Netherlands

Fighter jets

  • 42 F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter jets pledged 20 August 2023 [To be delivered from 2024 onwards] (Some held back in the Netherlands for the training of Ukrainian pilots).[396]
  • €150 million worth of F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter jet munitions purchased from manufacturers.[397]
  • Additional €300 million worth of F-16 munitions pledged July 2024.[398]

Naval vessels

Anti-ship missiles (AShMs)

Surface-to-air missile systems

(Mobile) anti-aircraft guns

  • 100 MR-2 Mobile Anti-Aircraft Guns [To be delivered] (Purchased by the Netherlands from Czechia, upgraded and delivered to Ukraine).[399]
  • 20 Bofors 40L70s [Delivered from March 2023 onwards].[399]

Self-propelled artillery

  • 8 155mm PzH 2000s [April 2022. Training completed in May 2022. Arrived to Ukraine from June 2022 onwards].[399]
  • 9 155mm DITA [announced in February 2024][401]

Tanks

  • 45 T-72 Avenger [Deliveries starting in December 2022] (purchased from Czech company Excalibur Army, upgraded and delivered directly to Ukraine).[399]
  • 33 out of 100+ Leopard 1A5s [To be delivered] (In cooperation with Germany and Denmark).[399]
  • 7 out of 14 Leopard 2A4s [To be delivered] (In cooperation with Denmark).[399]

Armoured fighting vehicles

Armoured personnel carriers (APCs)

Engineering vehicles and equipment

  • 1 Scanjack 3500 Mine Clearing System [2022/2023].[399]
  • 3 Bozena Mine Clearing Systems [2022/2023].[399]
  • 6 Mine Rollers For BMP IFVs [2023].[399]
  • 9 Mine Plows [2023].[399]
  • 5 Brückenlegepanzer Biber Bridgelayers [June 2023].[399]
  • 6 M3 Amphibious Bridging Vehicles [To be delivered].[399]
  • 24 Bailey Bridges [2023].[399]
  • 1000 Portable Mine-Clearing Charges [Delivered from 2023 onwards].[399]
  • 5 YPR-806 Armored Recovery Vehicle [To be delivered].[77]

Vehicles (909 in total)

  • ~300 DAF YA-4442 '4-tonner' trucks and DAF YAZ-2300 '10-tonner' trucks [Delivered from November 2022 onwards].[399]
  • Mercedes Benz 290GD Ambulances [2022/2023].[399]
  • Volkswagen Amarok SUVs [2022/2023].[399]
  • 19 Lifting Cranes [2022/2023].[399]
  • 25 Loaders [2022/2023].[399]
  • 29 Forklifts [2022/2023].[399]
  • 5 Side Loaders [2023].[399]
  • Motorcycles [2022/2023].[399]
  • 6 Toyota Landcruiser ambulances.[403]

Heavy mortars

Man-portable air defence systems (MANPADS)

Reconnaissance and armed UAVs

  • 164 unmanned aerial vehicles [From April or May 2022 onwards].[399]
  • DeltaQuad Pro VTOLs [Before June 2023].[399]
  • 6 Primoco One 150s [2023] (In cooperation with Luxembourg and Belgium).[399]
  • €200 million of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance drones purchased alongside partner nations.[397]
  • €20 million of FPV drones pledged June 2024.[404]
  • €22.5 million of drones purchased from Dutch manufacturers pledged June 2024.[404]
  • €20 million towards the purchase of FPV drones for the Ukrainian military as part of the Drone Coalition.[405] [406]

Unmanned underwater vehicles

  • 2 SeaFox autonomous mine-detecting underwater vehicles [March or April 2022].[399]
  • €17.5 of maritime drones purchased from Ukrainian industry pledged June 2024.[404]

Radars

  • 5 AN/TPQ-36 Firefinder weapon-locating radars [Delivered from April 2022 onwards].[399]
  • 2 Thales Squire ground surveillance radars [Delivered from April 2022 onwards].[399]
  • ''Several'' anti-drone radars [To be delivered].[399]
  • 4 VERA-NG anti-stealth radar systems [To be delivered].[407]

Small arms

  • 50 Panzerfaust 3 RPGs [Delivered from March 2022 onwards].[399]
  • M72 LAW RPGs [Before August 2023].[399]
  • 10 Barrett M82 .50 BMG Anti-Materiel sniper rifles [March 2022].[399]
  • 90 Accuracy International AX308 sniper rifles [March 2022].[399]
  • FN MAG General-Purpose Machine Guns [2022/2023].[399]
  • 111 Million Euros Worth Of FN MAG General-Purpose Machine Guns [To be delivered].[399]
  • FN Minimi Light Machine Guns [2022/2023].[399]
  • M2 Heavy Machine Guns [2022/2023].[399]
  • C7A1 Assault Rifles [Before September 2022].[399]
  • HK416 A2 Assault Rifles [2022/2023].[399]
  • Glock 17 Pistols [2022/2023].[399]

Ammunition

  • 400 DM72A1 (PzF 3-IT) rounds for Panzerfaust 3 [March 2022].[399]
  • 30,000 rounds of 7.62mm and 12.7mm ammunition [March 2022] (For AX408 and M82 sniper and anti-materiel rifles).[399]
  • Small Arms Ammunition (For C7A1 Assault Rifles, Glock 17 Pistols, FN MAG, FN Minimi and M2 Machine Guns) [2022].[399]
  • 20,000 rounds of 120 mm ammunition for the Leopard 2 [To be delivered].[399]
  • 155 mm artillery rounds for the PzH 2000 SPG [2022/2023].[399]
  • M982 Excalibur Guided Artillery Rounds For PzH 2000 SPG [2022/2023].[399]
  • "Ammunition For Helicopters" [2022/2023].[399]
  • €100 million towards the Czech led initiative to purchase artillery shells for Ukraine.[408]

Military gear

  • 3,000 Gevechtshelm Composiet M95 helmets [March or April 2022].[399]
  • STRONG helmets [June 2022].[399]
  • 2,000 flak jackets [March or April 2022 and June 2022].[399]
  • Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Gear [2022].[399]
  • Night-Vision Equipment [2022].[399]
  • 30 Hand-Held Mine Detectors [March 2022].[399]

Miscellaneous equipment

  • 12 Field Hospitals [2022 and 2023] (In cooperation with Estonia and Norway).[399]
  • 5 mobile Field Hospital donated to the Ukrainian State Border Guard Service [July–October 2023][409][410]
  • 3 additional mobile field hospitals donated to the Ukrainian State Border Guard Service [December 2023][403]
  • 31 Field Kitchens [2022/2023].[399]
  • 769 Generators [2022/2023].[399]
  • 1800 Tents [2022/2023].[399]
  • Sleeping Bags [2022/2023].[399]
  • Fuel [2022/2023].[399]
  • Spare Parts [2022/2023].[399]
  • Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [2022/2023].[399]
  • Medical Supplies [2022/2023].[399]
  • 2 Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Trucks [Before February 2023].[399]
  • Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Kits [2022].[399]
 New Zealand

Military gear

  • 473 helmets [March 2022].
  • 1,066 bullet-proof vests [March 2022].
  • 571 camouflage vests [March 2022].[411]

Miscellaneous equipment

  • 40 dial sights [May 2022].[412]

Training

  • On 23 May 2022 it was announced that 30 New Zealand Defence Force personnel would travel to the UK to train Ukrainian troops on L119 Light Gun howitzers.[413]
  • On 15 August 2022, the New Zealand government announced it would send 120 NZDF personnel to train Ukrainian forces in the UK. The deployment would consists of two teams of infantry trainers and lasts until 30 November.[414]
  • On 14 November 2022, the New Zealand government announced it would continue the deployment of infantry trainers (on a reduced basis of a single team of 66 personnel) and intelligence staff until 31 July 2023 and 30 June 2023.[415]
  • On 3 May 2023, the New Zealand government announced it would extend the deployment of the New Zealand Defence Force personnel training and supporting the Ukrainian armed forces until 30 June 2024.[416]
  • On 22 February 2024, the New Zealand government announced it would extend the deployment of the New Zealand Defence Force personnel training and supporting the Ukrainian armed forces until June 2025.[417]

Logistics

Financial aid

  • Pledge of NZ$5 million partially for the purchase of non-lethal military equipment through NATO announced on 21 March 2022.[411]
  • NZ$7.5 million for weapons and ammunition procurement by the UK.[418]
  • NZ$4.1 million towards providing commercial satellite access for Ukrainian intelligence.[418]
  • On 27 June 2022, the New Zealand government announced it will donate NZ$4.5 million to NATO's trust fund to buy non-lethal military equipment, as well as deploying an additional six NZDF intelligence analysts to the UK, totalling twelve, until 30 November.[419]
  • NZ$1.85 million to the NATO Trust Fund for the acquisition of non-lethal military equipment and supplies[415]
  • A further NZ$6.5 million for weapons and ammunition procurement was announced in February 2024 [417]
  • NZ$2 million towards Ukrainian military healthcare July 2024.[420]
  • NZ$4 million towards the Latvian led Drone Coalition.[420]
North Macedonia

Pledged military equipment and material to Ukraine on 1 March 2022.[421]

Fighter jets

Helicopters

  • 12 Mi-24 attack helicopters [To be delivered].[423]

Tanks

Artillery

Anti-aircraft weapons

  • "Anti-aircraft weapons systems" [2022].[424]

Air-To-Air Missiles

  • R-60MK Short-Range AAMs (For Su-27 and MiG-29 fighter jets) [August 2022].[77]

Aircraft Weaponry

  • UB-32 rocket pods (for Su-25, Mi-8/17 and Mi-24) [August 2022].[424]
  • B-8 rocket pods (for Su-25, Mi-8/17 and Mi-24) [August 2022].[424]
  • S-13 rocket pods (for Su-25, Mi-8/17 and Mi-24) [August 2022].[424]
  • SPPU-22-1 gun pods (for Su-25) [August 2022].[424]
  • Aviation bombs (FAB-100/250 and OFAB-250) (for Su-25) [August 2022].[424]

Anti-tank weaponry

Small arms

Ammunition

  • 57mm S-5 rockets for UB-32 rocket pods (for Su-25, Mi-8/17 and Mi-24) [August 2022].[424]
  • 80mm S-8 rockets for B-8 rocket pods (for Su-25, Mi-8/17 and Mi-24) [August 2022].[424]
  • 122mm S-13 rockets for B-13 rocket pods (for Su-25, Mi-8/17 and Mi-24) [August 2022].[424]
  • 240mm S-24 rockets (for Su-25, Mi-8/17 and Mi-24) [August 2022].[424]
  • 30 mm ammunition (for Su-25) [August 2022].[424]
  • 125 mm rounds (for T-72 MBT) [July or August 2022].[424]
  • Small arms ammunition [Before March 2023].[424]

Miscellaneous equipment

  • Su-25 spare parts and support equipment [August 2022].[424]
  • Mi-24 spare parts and support equipment [To be delivered].[424]
  • T-72 spare parts and support equipment [July or August 2022].[424]

Training

  • First batch of Ukrainian recruits trained in North Macedonia completed November 2023.[425]
 Norway[426][427]

Fighter jets

Surface-to-air missile (SAM) systems

  • 2 NASAMS firing units [November 2022]. Two Fire Distribution Centers, two launchers and spare parts [July 2023].[429] In total 4 NASAMS firing units, 4 fire-control centers for the NASAMS and spare parts for the NASAMS pledged [To be delivered].
  • IRIS-T anti aircraft missiles (For IRIS-T SLS SAM Systems donated by Germany) [August 2023].[430]

Multiple rocket launchers (MRLs)

  • 11 M270 MLRS (Delivered to the United Kingdom to allow the British Army to transfer eleven more modern M270B1s to Ukraine).

Self-propelled Artillery (SPGs)

  • 23 155mm M109A3GNs [22 in May 2022, 1 in November 2022] (Delivered along with ammunition).
  • 5 (Out Of 16) 155mm ShKH Zuzana 2s [Delivered from July 2023 onwards] (Joint purchase by Germany, Norway and Denmark).

Tanks

Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicles

  • Dingo 2s Equipped With CORTEX Typhon RWS To Counter Uncrewed Aerial Systems (C-UAS) [To be delivered].[426]

Infantry mobility vehicles (IMVs)

Man-portable air defence systems (MANPADS)

Coastal defence missile (CDS) systems

  • Hellfire Shore Defense Systems [Late 2022].

Radars

  • 3 ARTHUR counter-battery radars [Delivered by August 2023].[431]

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)

  • 850 Black Hornet Nanos, joint purchase from UK and Norway [August 2022].[432][433] 1000 new dronekits to be provided [July 2023].[434]
  • 3 Aeryon SkyRanger R60s [Delivered from April 2022 onwards] (Donated by Veteran Aid Ukraine).[426]
  • 10 DJI Mavic 2/3s [Delivered from April 2022 onwards] (Donated by Veteran Aid Ukraine).[426]

Engineering Vehicles And Equipment

  • 2 NM217 (Bergepanzer 2) armoured recovery vehicles [Delivered in March 2023].[435]
  • 3 NM189 Ingeniørpanservogn armoured engineering vehicles [Delivered in March 2023].[435][436]
  • 51 NM199 (M548) tracked cargo carriers [September 2023].[437]
  • Scania P92 trucks with crane [Confirmed delivered in January 2023].
  • Scania P113 trucks with hook lift [Confirmed delivered in January 2023].
  • Demining equipment [August 2023].

Anti-tank weaponry

  • 4,000 NM72F1 (M72 LAW) [March and April 2022].
  • Nammo M72-EC [Unknown].

Electronic warfare equipment

  • Cortex Typhon counter UAV systems worth NOK 740 million (mounted on Dingo 2s).[438]

Ammunition

  • 10,000 155mm Nammo NM28 artillery rounds for M109A3GN SPG [Delivered since May 2022].
  • 160 AGM-114 Hellfires [Delivered by August 2023].[439]
  • 24,000 155 mm artillery shells [To be delivered], in cooperation with Denmark, who will provide fuzes, propellant bags and primer cartridges.
  • NOK 1.6 billion towards the Czech purchase of artillery shells for Ukraine.
  • NOK 480 of 81mm mortar rounds.[440]
  • NOK 50 million of hand grenades.[440]
  • NOK 3 million of sniper ammunition.[440]

Military clothing

  • 5,000 helmets 'HJELM' [February 2022].
  • 1,500 bulletproof vests [February 2022].
  • 55,000 pieces of winter clothing [November 2022].
  • 1,000 gas masks [February 2022].
  • Night vision goggles [July or August 2022].

Miscellaneous equipment

  • 55,000 bandages [November 2022].
  • Thermal binoculars [July or August 2022].
  • 45,000 Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [February and November 2022].
  • 280,000 MREs [July 2023][441]
  • 2,000 sleeping bags [February 2022].
  • 10,000 sleeping pads [February 2022].
  • 20,000 pieces of spare parts for the M109A3GN SPG [February 2022].
  • 1 field hospital [To be delivered] (In cooperation with Estonia and The Netherlands).
  • NOk 60 million worth of inflatable boats.[442]
  • Spare parts for Ukrainian Westland Sea King helicopters.[443]
  • Medical equipment donated to the Ukrainian military including medical instrument carts, operating tables and lamps, artery clamps, a suction device, emergency bags with sanitary equipment, anatomical and surgical tweezers, drills and wound hooks [February 2024].[444]

Financial aid

  • €36.5 million to equip the Ukrainian military through the European Peace Facility[445]
  • NOK 150 million for maintenance of Ukrainian Leopard 2 tanks at a maintenance center in Poland.[446]
 Pakistan

Drones

  • Kamikaze drones [February 2024].[447]

Man-portable air defense systems

Anti-tank weapons

  • 30,000 40mm RPG-7 high-explosive anti-tank (HEAT) rounds.[449]

Artillery shells

  • 50,000 POF made 122 mm artillery shells [August 2022].[450][451]
  • 20,000 122 mm high-explosive (HE) artillery shells [2023].[449]
  • 60,000 155 mm HOW high-explosive (HE) M107 artillery shells [delivered from January 2023 onwards].[449] (delivered along with M4A2 propelling bag charges, M-82 primers and PDM fuses)[452][453]
  • 130 mm artillery shells [2023].[454]
  • 125 mm tank shells [February 2024].[455]

Mortar bombs

  • 25,000 120mm high-explosive (HE) mortar bombs [delivered by March 2023].[449][456]

Ammunition

  • 12.7×99mm bullets for heavy machine guns [2023].[454]
  • 7.62×54mm bullets for rifles and machine guns [2023].[454]
  • 12.7×108mm bullets for heavy machine guns [2023].[454]
  • 25mm ammunition [To be delivered].[457]

Rockets

Tonnage of deliveries

  • 146 containers with ammunition [January 2023].[452]
  • 162 containers with ammunition, including 10,000 Grad rockets [February 2023].[459][460]
  • 137 containers with ammunition delivered [March 2023].[461]
  • 230 containers with ammunition [April 2023].[462]

Donations are disputed by the government of Pakistan[463][464] and Ukraine.[465][466]

 Poland[467]

Fighter jets (14)

Helicopters (12)

  • About 12 Mi-24 helicopters [July 2023].[469]
  • 1 Mi-2AM-1 medevac helicopter [January 2024]

Tanks (~330)

  • 250+ T-72M and T-72M1(R)s [Delivered from April 2022 onwards].
  • 14 Leopard 2A4s [4 in February 2023, 10 in March 2023].
  • 60 PT-91s [Delivered from April 2023 onwards].

Infantry fighting vehicles (342)

  • 142 BWP-1s [Delivered from April 2022 onwards].
  • 200 KTO Rosomaks* [Delivered from July 2023 onwards] (Purchased by Ukraine with EU and US funding).

Infantry mobility vehicles

Command vehicles

  • LPG WDSzs [June 2022] (Command vehicle for the AHS Krab SPG).

Self-propelled artillery (~95)

  • 24 120mm M120 Raks* [Delivered by December 2023[470]] (Purchased by Ukraine with EU and US funding).
  • 20+ 122mm 2S1 Goździks [April 2022].
  • 18 155mm AHS Krabs [Delivered from June 2022 onwards].
  • 54 155mm AHS Krabs* [Delivered from late 2022 onwards] (Purchased by Ukraine with EU funding).

Multiple rocket launchers (20+)

Anti-aircraft (AA) guns

  • AZP S-60s [Early 2023].
  • Zu-23-2CP autocannons [Delivered by February 2024]

Self-propelled anti-aircraft guns (SPAAGs)

Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) systems

Air-to-air missiles (100)

  • 100 R-73s (For Su-27 and MiG-29 fighter jets) [February 2022].

Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles (1)

  • 1 Bayraktar TB2** [Late 2022] (Crowdfunded by Polish citizens. Subsequently, given to Ukraine by Baykar Tech free of charge with the €5 million collected used for aid).

Reconnaissance UAVs (20+)

  • 20+ WB Electronics FlyEyes [February or March 2022 and August 2022] (An initial batch was delivered by the Polish Armed Forces with 20 more FlyEyes crowdfunded through the Lithuanian-Polish Army of Drones crowdfunder).

Loitering munitions (53)

  • 53 WB Electronics Warmates [Late 2022 onwards] (43 crowdfunded through the Lithuanian-Polish Army of Drones crowdfunder. An additional 10 examples donated by the manufacturer WB Group).

Man portable air defence systems (260)

  • 260 PPZR Pioruns [160 delivered in February 2022. 100 more purchased by Ukraine in April 2023].

Trucks

Mortars (100)

  • 100 60mm LMP-2017 Light Mortars [February 2022] (Delivered along with at least 1,500 mortar rounds).

Small arms

  • Kbk wz.1988 Tantal Assault Rifles [June 2022].
  • Kbk AKMS Assault Rifles [Before October 2022].
  • FB MSBS Grot C16A2 Assault Rifles* [May 2022] (Additional batches purchased by Ukraine in 2023 with EU funding).
  • UKM-2000P Machine Guns [June 2022].
  • ZMT WKW 50 Anti-Materiel Rifles [June 2022].
  • RGP-40 Grenade Launchers [February 2022].
  • RPG-76s Rocket Propelled Grenades [March 2022].
  • "Thousands" of machine guns and millions of rounds of ammunition delivered to Ukraine on 26 June 2023.[472]

Ammunition

  • ''Large quantities'' of 120 mm OF-NMR HE-FRAG ammunition for mortars [Before November 2022].
  • ''Large quantities'' of 122 mm OF-462 HE Ammunition for 2S1 SPGs [Since February 2022].
  • ''Large quantities'' of 152 mm ammunition for artillery [Since February 2022].
  • ''Large quantities'' of 125 mm ammunition for T-72 tanks [Since February 2022].
  • 30,000+ rounds of 5.56×45mm and 23 mm ammunition [February 2022].
  • 73mm PG-9 ammunition for SPG-9 recoilless guns [February or March 2022].

Protective gear

  • 42,000 WZ 2005 helmets [February 2022].

Training and rehabilitation

  • Training of Ukrainian soldiers [since July 2016].[473]
  • Treatment of more than 100 wounded soldiers [from 2022 onwards].[474]

Deployment

  • 98 Polish police officers participated in demining of Ukrainian territory from Summer 2022 for five months.[475]

Financial aid

  • 4 billion Złoty (US$875 million) was offered by the National Bank of Poland to Ukraine on the as a currency swap.[476]
 Portugal[477]

President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa [citation needed] approved military aid for Ukraine: €8 to €10 million (US$8.7 to US$11 million) contribution to the €450 to €500 million EU package of military support to the Ukrainian armed forces, announced on 28 February 2022.[478]

Main battle tanks

Armoured personnel carriers

Helicopters

Unmanned aerial vehicles

Speedboats

  • 3 High-speed boats [To be delivered][498]

Small arms

Artillery

Mortars

  • Unspecified quantity of mortars [April and May 2022][508][509]
  • Unspecified quantity of 60 mm mortars [3rd trimester 2023][495]
  • 19 mortars "of calibre less than 100mm" [2023][505]

Ammunition

  • Ammunition of different calibres [February or March 2022][487][500][499] [April and May 2022][508][509]
  • Ammunition of different calibres including 7.62mm, 60mm and 120mm calibres [1st trimester 2023][487]
  • 120 mm ammunition, including 2000 rounds of mortar ammunition as of March 2023 [Before January 2023] [To be delivered][490][491][482][510]
  • 105 mm ammunition [3rd trimester 2023][493][511][495] with more 180 tons announced on May 23, 2023[512]
  • 155 mm artillery M107 rounds [Before July 2023][513]
  • 1 million euros to the procurement of 155 mm ammunition through European Defense Agency [To be delivered][58][514]
  • 100 million euros in funding towards the Czech government initiative to purchase artillery shells for Ukraine.[515]

Miscellaneous equipment

Military training

  • The Defense Minister announced on 15 June 2022, at a NATO meeting in Brussels, that Portugal is available to offer training to Ukrainian soldiers, for example, to maneuver Leopard 2 tanks and also training in the area of demining and inactivation of explosive devices.[526] and mentioned again, in January 2023, the availability of training with the Leopard and "expressed the availability of the Portuguese Government to identify, in coordination with its partners, ways to support Ukraine with this capacity".[527]
  • The Ministry of Defense indicates that Portugal is part of the new mission of the European Union of military assistance to Ukraine, which will provide training in areas such as the inactivation of explosive devices, medical assistance in combat, nuclear, biological, chemical and radiological defense, starting in February in Germany.[490][482] Within the framework of the European Union Military Assistance Mission to Ukraine, Portugal had a first group of three military observers in February 2023 and as of April 2023 five military personnel had provided medical military in Germany and it is predicted that in June 2023 there will be training in areas of military instruction and inactivation of explosive devices.[493]
  • In May 2023, Portugal offered training for Ukrainian pilots and mechanics to operate the F-16 Fighting Falcon.[528]
  • In May, the Portuguese Minister of National Defense announced that Portugal has 20 soldiers providing military training to Ukrainian soldiers.[529]
  • Portuguese Minister of Foreign Affairs said that Portugal will train Ukrainian military to use the Leopard 2 and F-16 Fighting Falcon.[530][531]
  • Portugal, as part of the European Union Military Assistance Mission to Ukraine (EUMAM Ukraine), "with up to 20 military personnel" provided military assistance in "training in initial instruction, deactivation of explosive devices, NBQR protection, and medical training".[521]
  • In 2023, about 150 Ukrainian soldiers received military training by the Portuguese Armed Forces, "in medical and infantry fields".[521]
  • Between February and March 2024, "teams of 6 military personnel" will provide infantry training.[521]
  • The Portuguese military is training Ukrainian military personal in the use of the F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter [532]
  • Portuguese Army will instruct Ukrainian military personnel to use and repair main battle tank Leopard 2 A6.[533]

Tonnage of military aid

  • 60 to 70 tons of military equipment from Portugal, announced on 26 February 2022 and\or delivered in February and March 2022, had been delivered to Ukraine by 6 April.[534][499][535][536]
  • The Minister of Foreign Affairs, on 6 April 2022, announced that more military equipment would be sent to Ukraine.,[537] confirmed to be another 99 tons of military and medical equipment, by the Minister of Defence, following a meeting with the Ukrainian Ambassador on 11 April 2022.[538][539] All previously announced military and non-military (including medical) have been sent to Ukraine as of 4 May 2022, according to the Minister of Defense.[540]
  • The Portuguese Minister of National Defence, reported on 20 July 2022 that Portugal had already sent a total of 315 tons of military equipment to Ukraine.[519]
  • After sending the new military aid package to Ukraine announced in January 2023, Portugal would have sent a total of 532 tons of military aid to Ukraine.[490][482]
  • After sending the new military aid package to Ukraine announced in April 2023, Portugal would have sent a total of 770 tons of military equipment to Ukraine.[493]
  • 712 tons of military equipment' have been delivered as of 3 May 2023 with more 250 tons of military equipment' to be delivered for a total of more than 950 tons of military equipment with the value of 18,5 million Euros in military equipment aid since February 2022.[487]
  • Portugal's Defense Minister said in September 2023 that Portugal has already sent 1,100 tons of military equipment l to Ukraine.[525]

Relevant information

  • During the Portugal Day festivities, Lieutenant Colonel Ana Silva of the Portuguese Army and the Commander Silva Pinto of the Portuguese Navy, stated in an interview that all the equipment offered to Ukraine was requested by the Ukrainian Forces, denying the veracity of various news and opinion articles that referred the rejection by Ukraine of Portuguese military equipment for being obsolete[541][502] like 5 M114A1 towed 155 mm howitzers, that were rejected by Ukraine, either because due to receipt of similar equipment from other countries[542] or, according to the Portuguese press due to their obsolescence[543] and browning heavy machine guns, rejected by Ukraine, according to the Portuguese press due to their obsolescence.[543]
  • The Portuguese Prime Minister, after a meeting with President Zelensky on 10 January 2023, announced that he will reinforce military support to the Ukrainian Armed Forces.[544]
  • Portuguese Ministry of National Defence in January 2023, again referred the availability to receive in the Portuguese Armed Forces hospital, 40 injured Ukrainian soldiers.[490][482]
  • The Portuguese Prime Minister António Costa, signed an agreement to financially support Ukraine with €250 million (US$270 million).[545][546]
  • Portugal will advance with an extraordinary contribution of one million euros to the NATO support package for Ukraine.[547]
  • The Portuguese Defense Minister announced that Portugal will contribute 1 million euros to the purchase of artillery ammunition for Ukraine. and train air traffic controllers and maintenance crews for Ukrainian F-16 jets.[548][549]
 Romania

* Purchases by the Ukrainian or EU governments from Romanian defence companies

President Klaus Iohannis approved military aid for Ukraine.

Armored personal carriers

Artillery

Multiple rocket launchers

Air defense systems

  • Patriot battery [To be delivered].[553]

Machine guns

Ammunition

  • Undisclosed type of ammunition [February 2022].[554]
  • Procurement of 155 mm ammunition through European Defense Agency [To be delivered].[58]
  • Grad rockets [deliveries ongoing as of April 2023].[555]
  • Ammunition for RPG-7, SPG-9, DShK, as well as mortar bombs and 122 mm shells and rockets purchased by the Ukrainian or EU governments from Romanian defence companies:[550]
    • 12.7mm Ammunition For HMGs* [Before November 2022].[550]
    • PG-7(V)M Rocket Propelled Grenades* [Before October 2022].[550]
    • PG-9V Rocket Propelled Grenades* [Before July 2023].[550]
    • 73mm PG-9 Recoilless Rifle Rounds* [Before October 2022].[550]
    • 73mm HE 346-E (OG-9) Recoilless Rifle Rounds* [Before February 2023].[550]
    • 82mm O-832-MC Mortar Rounds* [Before November 2022].[550]
    • 122mm 9M22U-S Rockets* [Before October 2022].[550]

Military gear

  • 2,000 combat helmets [February 2022].[556]
  • 2,000 bulletproof vests [February 2022].[556]

Miscellaneous aid

  • Fuel, food, water, and medicines [February 2022].[554]
  • €3 million ($3.3 million) worth of military equipment on 28 February 2022.[554][221]
  • Pro Optica Anubis Remote Weapons Stations* (For BMC Kirpi MRAPs) [Before January 2023]

Relevant information

  • In September 2022, Maria Zakharova, spokeswoman for the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, accused Romania of sending the fifth package of military aid to Ukraine.[557] This was followed by Valery Gerasimov's claim in December that Romania was in Ukraine's top four military aid suppliers alongside the US, the UK, and Poland.[558]
  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy declared in an interview given to several Romanian media outlets on the occasion of his official visit in the country that Romania offered 15 military aid packages as of 10 October 2023.[559]
 Serbia In March 2023, it was reported that Serbia had secretly delivered 3,500 G-2000 rockets to Ukraine through intermediaries in Turkey and Slovakia.[560]
 Slovakia

* Purchases by the Ukrainian or EU governments from Slovak defence companies
** Deliveries from Slovak stocks through the German Ringtausch programme

Fighter jets (13)

  • 10 MiG-29As/UBs [March and April 2023] (some to be used as a source of spare parts).[561]
  • 3 MiG-29As/UBs [March and April 2023] (to be used as a source of spare parts).[561]

Transport and utility helicopters (5)

Surface-to-air missile (SAM) systems (1 battery and 2 launchers)

Radars (4)

  • 1 SURN 1S91 (for 2K12M2 Kub-M2).
  • 1 5N63S 'Flap Lid B' (for S-300PMU).
  • 1 5N66M 'Clam Shell' (for S-300PMU).
  • 1 36D6 'Tin Shield' (for S-300PMU).

Self-propelled artillery (24)

  • 24 155mm ShKH Zuzana 2s* (8 purchased by Ukraine, 16 purchased by Germany, Norway and Denmark) [delivered from January 2023 onwards].

Infantry fighting vehicles (30)

  • 30 BVP-1s** [November 2022] (from Slovak stocks through the Ringtausch programme).

Engineering vehicles and equipment (2)

  • 2 Bozena 5 mine clearance systems [January 2023].

Man-portable air defence systems (MANPADS) (100)

  • 100 man-portable air defence systems [2022].

Anti-tank guided missiles

  • ''anti-tank guided missiles'' [February or March 2022].

Small arms

  • ''small arms'' [early 2022].

Air-to-air missiles

  • R-27R1 beyond-visual-range AAMs (for MiG-29 fighter jet) [March/April 2023].
  • R-73E short-range AAMs (for MiG-29 fighter jet) [March/April 2023].
  • R-60MK short-range AAMs (for MiG-29 fighter jet) [March/April 2023].

Air-to-ground weaponry

  • B-8 rocket pods (for MiG-29 fighter jet) [March/April 2023].

Ammunition

  • 5V55R surface-to-air missiles (for S-300PMU) [April 2022].
  • 52 3M9ME surface-to-air missiles (for 2K12M2 Kub-M2) [to be delivered].
  • 148 3M9M3E surface-to-air missiles (for 2K12M2 Kub-M2) [to be delivered].
  • 486 ''air defence missiles'' (for MANPADS) [2022].
  • 155 mm M107 ammunition (for SPGs) [before June 2022. supplies ongoing].
  • 122 mm ammunition (for SPGs) [to be delivered].
  • 152 mm ammunition (for SPGs) [to be delivered].
  • Thousands of 122 mm rockets (for BM-21 Grad MRL) [early 2022].
  • 12,000 rounds of 120 mm mortar ammunition [early 2022].
  • 57 mm ammunition (for AZP S-60 AA Gun) [before May 2022].
  • 80 mm S-8 unguided rockets (for MiG-29 fighter jet) [March/April 2023].

Military clothing and gear

  • Winter clothing [early 2023].

Miscellaneous equipment

  • MiG-29 fighter jet spare parts [March and April 2023].
  • Ground operating equipment for MiG-29 fighter jet [March and April 2023].
  • 2 million litres of aviation fuel [early 2022].
  • 10 million litres of diesel [early 2022].

Sources

 Slovenia

The Slovenian Government has provided the following to Ukraine:

Tanks:

  • 28 M-55S tanks (an upgrade of the T-55 tank) [October 2022] (From Slovenian stocks in exchange for 45 MAN 8x8 trucks through the 'Ringtausch' programme).[565][566][567][568]

Infantry fighting vehicles:

Armored personal carriers

Infantry mobility vehicles:

  • 20 HMMWVs [November or December 2022].[571]
  • 26 BOV Armoured Personnel Carrier [Delivered in April 2024].[77]

Towed artillery

  • 16 M101 105mm howitzers [April 2023].[572]

Towed anti-aircraft guns

Anti-tank weapons

  • 8,000 anti-tank mines [Early 2022].[573]

Small arms:

Ammunition

  • Unspecified type of ammunition.[573]
  • €1 million towards the Czech scheme to purchase artillery shells for Ukraine.[576]

Military equipment:

  • Helmets [February 2022].[575]

Miscellaneous aid

  • Fuel [2022 and 2023].[573]
 South Korea

South Korea does not supply lethal weapons to Ukraine.

Engineering Vehicles

  • In September 2023, South Korea approved the transfer of 2 K600 mine clearing vehicles to Ukraine for "humanitarian" missions [To be delivered].[577][578]

Military Gear

  • Helmets [Delivered since March 2022].[577]
  • Bulletproof Vests [Before July 2023].[577]
  • Military Uniforms [Delivered since March 2022].[577]
  • Mine Detectors [Before July 2023].[577]
  • Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Suits [Before July 2023].[577]
  • Gas Masks [Before July 2023].[577]

Miscellaneous Items

  • Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [Delivered since March 2022].[577]
  • First-Aid Kits [Delivered since March 2022].[577]
  • Tents [Delivered since March 2022].[577]
  • Blankets [Delivered since March 2022].[577]

Relevant information

  • South Korea lent 550,000 rounds of M107 155 mm artillery shells to the United States in 2022 and 2023, which the shells were originally produced by the United States and brought to South Korea between 1974 and 1978 as WRSA-K (War Reserve Stockpile for Allies–Korea) then transferred the ownership to South Korea. Since South Korea law prohibits sale or transfer of lethal weapons to Ukraine, the shells filled the U.S. inventory while the United States supplied Ukraine from its own inventory. The United States requires to sign a contract with South Korean company for recompense, and South Korean military seeks to receive the state-of-art ammunition instead of old M107.[579][580][581]
  • South Korea provided 100 million KRW worth of non-lethal military supplies such as bulletproof vests, helmets, gas masks, medical supplies, ready-to-eat (MREs), etc., which were originally to be delivered to the military of Afghanistan. Delivered via NATO in March 2022.[582][583][584] As of July 2023, South Korea sent a total of 4.85 billion KRW worth of non-lethal supplies in four occasions, with portable mine detectors and bomb proof suits included in the 4th shipment.[585]
  • South Korea donated US$100 million (as of Dec 2022) to international organization for humanitarian aid in Ukraine.[586]
  • Bilateral ODA to be increased by designating Ukraine as key 중점협력국 "Priority Cooperation Country" for years 2021–2025.[587][588]
 Spain

Tanks

  • 10 Leopard 2A4 tanks [April 2023 and June 2023].[589]

Armored personal carriers

  • 60 M113 armored personal carriers [Before December 2022 and February, April and June 2023].[77]

Vehicles

  • 20 URO VAMTAC armoured vehicles [April 2022][590][591]
  • 1 RG-31 Nyala mine-resistant vehicle configured as an ambulance [April 2022].[592]
  • Eight light military vehicles dispatched from the Spanish army to Ukraine on 7 October 2022. 12 more vehicles also pledged.[593]
  • 40 trucks and off-road vehicles [April or May 2022].[594]
  • 9 heavy transport trucks [late 2022].[594]
  • 11 vehicles [late 2022].[594]
  • 4+ Land Rover 4x4 SUVs [Late 2022 and July 2023].[594]
  • 2 Pegaso BMR armoured ambulances.[595]

Self-propelled artillery

  • ~5 81mm/120mm M113 Mortar Variants [February 2023].[77]
  • 6 120mm Alakran mortar on Toyota Land Cruisers [Delivered by August 2023].[596][597]

Towed artillery

  • 6 105mm OTO Melara Mod 56 [January 2023].[77]

Surface-to-air missile (SAM) systems

  • 1 Aspide 2000 battery [November 2022].[77]
  • 1 MIM-23 Hawk Phase I/III (21) Battery [December 2022] (US will deliver compatible missiles).[77] Six additional launchers pledged October 2023.[598]
  • Patriot air defence missiles.[599]

Radars[594]

  • 1 AN/MPQ-61 (for Hawk SAM battery) [December 2022].
  • 1 AN/MPQ-62 (for Hawk SAM battery) [December 2022].
  • 1 Thomson-CSF RAC 3D (for Aspide 2000 battery) [November 2022].

Anti-ship missiles

Anti-tank weapons

Small arms

  • M2 heavy machine guns (for M113 APCs) [2022 and 2023].[594]
  • Light machine guns [March 2022].[600]
  • CETME-L Assault Rifles [Before August 2023].[594]

Ammunition

  • 155mm M107 artillery rounds for towed artillery and SPGs [before September 2022].[594]
  • 155mm ERO2A1 HE extended range artillery rounds for towed artillery and SPGs [Before August 2023].[594]
  • 12.7mm rounds for M2 heavy machine guns [Spring 2022].[594]
  • 700,000 rounds for rifle and machine guns [March 2022].[600]
  • 120mm HE Mod. AE Mortar Rounds [Before August 2023].[594]

Miscellaneous Equipment

  • 2 Field Hospitals [2022 and 2023].[594]
  • 5000 kg Worth Of Medical Supplies [Late 2022].[594]
  • Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [2022/2023].[594]
  • First aid kit and medicines [April 2024][599]

Training

  • Training of 639 Ukrainian soldiers by March 2023, with up to 2,000 to be trained in total by the end of 2023.[601]
 Sudan Multiple military planes have flown from Sudan to Rzeszów airport from March to June 2022, with artillery shells for Ukraine.[43]
  • 120mm mortar rounds.[602]
 Sweden

As of 30 May 2024, since Russia's brutal war of aggression began in February 2022, Sweden has provided SEK 43.5 billion in support to Ukraine.[603]

Aircraft

  • Airborne Surveillance and Control aircraft (one aircraft; ASC 890) [To be delivered].[603]

Surface-to-air missiles (SAM) systems

  • Subsystems of the RBS 97 (I-HAWK) [To be delivered].[604]
  • ''Essential parts'' of the IRIS-T SLS [To be delivered].[604]
  • Rb 99 (AIM-120) Air-To-Air Missiles [To be delivered] (Sold the US, then donated to Ukraine. For NASAMS).[605] More Rb 99 pledged in May 2024.[603]

Self-propelled artillery

Tanks

  • 10 Strv 122s (Leopard 2A5s) (Equipped with the Barracuda Thermal Camouflage System) [July 2023].[604][605]

Infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs)

  • 50+ CV9040s (Equipped with the Barracuda Thermal Camouflage System) [June 2023].[606][605]
  • Sweden's entire remaining stock of Pbv 302, including spare parts, maintenance equipment and ammunition will be donated to Ukraine [To be delivered].[603]

Armoured personal carriers (APCs)

  • 200+ Pbv-302 APCs [May 2024].[77]

Engineering equipment

  • Mine-clearance equipment [Delivered from late 2022 onwards].[608]
  • Bärgningsbandvagn 90 Armoured Recovery Vehicles (Equipped with the Barracuda Thermal Camouflage System) [June 2023].[605]
  • 1 Djminröjm 1 mine clearing vehicle.[609]

Vehicles

  • Transport Vehicles [To be delivered].[605]
  • Surplus fuel transport vehicles from the Swedish Armed Forces [To be delivered].[603]

Anti-ship missiles

Ships and underwater vehicles

Radars

  • PS-90 air surveillance radars [Before April 2023].[612]

Man-portable air defence systems (MANPADS) and missiles

Anti-tank weaponry

  • RBS-56 BILLs [Before March 2023].[605]
  • Robot 57s (NLAWs) [Late 2022].[606]
  • 15,000+ Pansarskott m/86s (AT-4s) [5,000 in February; 5,000 in March; 5,000 in June 2022].[608][614][615][616]
  • Recoilless rifles [To be delivered].[617]

Small arms

Ammunition

  • SKr 500 million (€43 million) worth of 155 mm artillery rounds [September 2022].[619] More 155 mm rounds pledged in May 2024.[603]
  • €30 million towards the Czech purchase of artillery shells for Ukraine.[620]
  • 12.7mm rounds for Automatgevär 90 anti-materiel rifles [Mid-2022].[618]
  • Ammunition for recoilless rifles [Summer 2023].[617][605]
  • 40mm Ammunition For CV9040 [Delivered from June 2023 onwards].[605]
  • 120mm Ammunition For Strv 122 [Delivered from July 2023 onwards].[605]

Military clothing and gear

  • 5,029 Hjälm M90 helmets [March and April 2022].[614][621]
  • 5,054 STRIDSVÄST 12 combat vests [March and April 2022].[614][621]
  • 54 protective and reconnaissance vests [After April 2022].[621]
  • 88 AlphaTec chemical protective suits [After April 2022].[621]
  • 8,000 respirators [after April 2022].[605]

Miscellaneous equipment

  • 135,000 Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [Delivered from March 2022 onwards].[605]
  • Ventilators[622]
  • One million facemasks, intravenous drip lines, catheters, bandages, disinfectants.[623][622]
  • Spare Parts For CV9040 [To be delivered].[605]
  • Spare Parts For Strv 122 [To be delivered].[605]
  • Maintenance of previously donated Swedish materiel [To be delivered].[603]
  • Terminals with subscriptions for satellite communications [To be delivered].[603]

Training

  • Part of Operation Unifier since 2018.[624]
  • Sweden send two groups of 60 soldiers to the UK to assist in training Ukrainian soldiers.[625]
  • The Swedish Defence Research Agency will be tasked with supporting Ukraine in establishing its own defence research institute [To be delivered].[603]

Financial aid

  • SKr 500 million (US$52.9 million) [February 2022].[626]
  • Skr 1.08 billion (US$100m) to the Ukrainian central bank's fund for the armed forces of Ukraine [July 2022].[608]
  • Skr 100 million (US$10.6m) to NATO's fund for the armed forces of Ukraine [July 2022].[608]
  • Skr 50 million to NATO's fund for the armed forces of Ukraine to purchase fuel, medical and demining equipment January 2024.[627]
  • €5 million to the Lithuanian led Demining Coalition.
  • €3 million to the British-Norwegian led Maritime security Coalition.
  • €10 million to the Latvian drone Drone Coalition.
  • €10 million to NATO's Ukraine Comprehensive Assistance Package Trust Fund.[628]
  • Financial support to capability coalitions [To be delivered].[603]
  • Financial support to funds and temporary initiatives to enable swift and large-scale procurement of materiel to Ukraine [To be delivered].[603]
  Switzerland

Technical and engineering equipment

  • 1 DIGGER D-250 Remote Controlled Mine Clearance System [August 2023].[77]
 Turkey

A contract for Bayraktar TB2 drones was signed in November 2018. The first drones were delivered in March 2019.[629][630] 2 Ada-class corvettes were ordered by the Ukrainian Navy in December 2020, the first ship was laid down in September 2021.[631][632][633] Ukrainian Mi-8 helicopters were modernized by Turkey to include laser guidance capabilities and were armed with Cirit and UMTAS air-to-surface missiles in November 2021.[634]

Unmanned combat aerial vehicles

  • 30+ Bayraktar TB2 [Delivered from March 2022 onwards] (Half donated by Baykar Tech, the other half sold at half the price).[635][636]
  • 5 Bayraktar TB2s [Delivered from July 2022 onwards] (Crowdfunded by Lithuanian, Ukrainian and Polish citizens. Subsequently, given to Ukraine by Baykar Tech free of charge with the $32 million collected used for aid).[635]

Reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle

  • 30 Mini-Bayraktars [March 2022] (All donated by Baykar Tech).[635][636]

(Guided) multiple rocket launchers

Self-propelled artillery

  • 155mm T-155 Fırtınas* [To be delivered].[635]

Air-to-air missiles

  • Sungur IIR-guided MANPADS and munition (For Bayraktar TB2) [To be delivered].[635]

Electronic warfare equipment

  • Ground-based electronic warfare equipment [Summer 2022].[635][637]
  • Airborne electronic warfare equipment (for Bayraktar TB2) [Summer 2022].[635][637]

Armoured personnel carriers (APCs)

  • "Armoured personnel carriers" [To be delivered].[635]

Mine-resistant ambush protected vehicles

Infantry mobility vehicles

  • Otokar Cobra IIs [May 2023].[635]

Mortars

  • 60mm commando mortars [Delivered before October 2022].[635][639]

Grenade launchers

Small arms

  • 12.7mm CANiK M2F HMG dual mounts [Before April 2023] (for use against loitering munitions).[635]
  • 12.7mm CANiK M2 QCB HMGs [Before July 2023].[635]

Munitions

  • 100,000 × 155 mm artillery rounds [Delivered from November 2022 onwards].[635]
    • 155mm DPICM cluster bombs [Delivered from November 2022 onwards].[640][641]
  • MAM-L guided bombs (For Bayraktar TB2) [Delivered from March 2022 onwards].[635][636]
  • MAM-C guided bombs (For Bayraktar TB2) [Delivered from March 2022 onwards].[635][636]

Military gear

Miscellaneous equipment

  • Generators [November 2022][635]
 United Kingdom

Tanks

Armored Fighting Vehicles

Armored Personal Carriers

Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicles

  • Wolfhound Heavy Tactical Support Vehicles [Part of a batch of 80 AFVs. May 2022].[77]
  • Mastiff Protected Patrol Vehicles [Part of a batch of 80 AFVs. July 2022].[77]

Infantry Mobility Vehicles

  • Husky Tactical Support Vehicles [Part of a batch of 80 AFVs. June 2022].[77]

Towed artillery

  • 54 105mm L118/L119s [Delivered from July 2022 onwards].[77]

Self-Propelled Artillery

  • 20+ 155mm M109A4BEs (Bought from OIP Land Systems in Belgium) [January 2023].[77]
  • 32 155mm AS-90s [Delivered from March or April 2023].[77][643]
  • 10 additional AS-90s with spare parts and 32 spare barrels [pledged July 2024].[644]

Multiple Rocket Launchers

  • 14 227mm M270B1 MLRS [Delivered from July 2022 onwards] (Norway delivered three M270s to the UK to allow the British Army to transfer three more modern M270B1s to Ukraine).[77]

Vehicles

  • 13 bulletproof Babcock Toyota Land Cruiser for civilian officials such as mayors and evacuation operations.[645]
  • 120 logistics vehicles [2022].[646]
  • 2 ambulances and 2 4x4 vehicles to the Ukrainian military.[647]

Air defense systems

  • 6 Stormer HVMs [April 2022].[77]
  • Starstreak man-portable air-defense systems [March 2022].[648]
  • 1 MSI-DS Terrahawk Paladin air-defence system [Delivered in October 2023].[649]
  • "A handful" of Supacat HMT-based ASRAAM SAM Launchers [Before August 2023].[77]
  • 125 anti-aircraft guns [2022/2023].[650]
  • Martlet lightweight multirole missiles (LMMs) [Before April 2022].[650]
  • Around 200 ASRAAM air defence missiles pledged December 2023.[651]
  • Additional air defences pledged as part of £2.5 billion aid package [January 2024].[652]

Electronic Warfare Equipment

  • "Electronic Warfare Equipment"[May or June 2022].[77]
  • "GPS Jamming Equipment" [May or June 2022].[77]
  • Anti-Drone Electronic Warfare Equipment [Early 2023].[77]

Helicopters

  • 3 Westland Sea Kings [January 2023].[77]

Ships and Amphibious vehicles

Drones

  • Hundreds of "loitering munitions" [2022/2023].[77][650]
  • 850+ Black Hornets [Before November 2022] (in cooperation with Norway).[77][650]
  • Hundreds of unmanned aerial vehicles [Early 2023].[77][650]
  • Malloy Aeronautics T150s [Delivered before October 2022].[77]
  • £325 million of drones pledged as part of £2.5 billion military aid package [March 2024].[652][654]

Radars

  • Mamba Counter-Battery Radar Systems [September or October 2022].[77]
  • Anti-Drone Radars [Early 2023].[77]

Engineering equipment

  • Challenger Armoured Repair and Recovery Vehicles [March 2023].[77]
  • Minefield breaching equipment [Before April 2023].[650]
  • Bridge-laying equipment [Before April 2023].[650]
  • 40 demining vehicles.[644]
  • 61 bulldozers.[644]

Anti-Ship Missiles

  • AGM-84 Harpoon (Missiles) [June 2022].[77]

Surface-To-Surface Missiles

  • 600+ Brimstone 1s [May 2022].[77]
  • Brimstone 2s [November 2022].[77]
  • Additional 200 Brimstone 2 missiles pledged February 2024.[655]
  • Additional 90 Brimstone missiles pledged July 2024.[644]

Air-to-surface missiles

Anti-tank weapons

  • 5,361+ NLAW anti-armour weapons [From February 2022 onwards].
  • 200 Javelin anti-tank missiles [From February 2022 onwards].[657]

Ammunition

  • 300,000+ of rounds of 122 mm, 152 mm, 155 mm artillery ammunition and 122 mm rockets (including 50,000 rounds for Soviet-era artillery) [2022].[646][650]
  • Additional artillery shells pledged as part of £2.5 billion aid package [January 2024].[652]
  • 3,000,000 rounds of small arms ammunition [2022].[646]
  • 2,600 L1A1 anti-structure munitions (ASMs) and 4.5 tonnes of plastic explosives [2022].[646][650]
  • 1000s of 120 mm HESH and depleted-uranium tank shells [April 2023].[658][650]
  • Ammunition for anti-aircraft guns [2022/2023].[650]
  • Precision-guided M31A1 GMLRS rockets [Delivered from 2022 onwards] (For M270B1 and HIMARS).[650]
  • Hundreds of AMRAAM missiles [October and November 2022] (For NASAMS and Supacat HMT-based launchers).[650]
  • 250,000 .50 BMG rounds.[644]

Military gear

  • 84,000 helmets [2022].[659]
  • 5,000 night-vision devices [2022].[646]
  • 8,450 sets of body armour [2022].[646]
  • 25,000 sets of extreme cold weather clothing [2022].[646]
  • 1,500 mine detectors.[660]
  • Combat boots [2022].[650]

Miscellaneous equipment

  • 20,000 sleeping bags [2022].[646]
  • 150 insulated heated tents [2022].[646]
  • Rangefinders [2022].[646]
  • Medical equipment [2022].[646]
  • Equipment and spares to refurbish up to 100 Soviet-era tanks and infantry fighting vehicles [2023].[650]

Training

  • Trained 22,000 Ukrainian troops as part of Operation Orbital [since 2015 to 2021].[661] This operation was suspended following the full-scale Russian invasion, a new British-led multinational operation commenced on 9 July 2022 as part of Operation Interflex.
  • 17 June 2022 the UK offered to set up Operation Interflex a program to administer and provide three weeks general infantry, first aid, cyber security, and counter explosive tactics training to 10,000 Ukrainian soldiers every four months,[662] this would better equip Ukraine to replace battlefield casualties. The program commenced on 9 July 2022[663] ultimately 10,000 Ukrainian troops passed through training during 2022, with an additional 20,000 to be trained in 2023.[664]
  • 8 February 2023, training program expanded to include conversion training of Ukrainian fighter pilots to NATO fighter jets and a training program for Marines.[665]
  • Training Ukrainian sailors from May 2022.[653]
  • 10,000 Ukrainian soldiers to be trained in the first half of 2024 as part of Operation Interflex.[655]

Intelligence

  • Deployment of RC-135W Rivet Joint surveillance aircraft to provide information on size and position of Russian forces.[666]
  • ISTAR (intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance) support, both standalone and in partnership with the United States.[667]

Financial aid:

  • 23 February 2022 - pledged £3.5 billion in British export financing, underwrote $500 million in MLDB borrowing and provided a £100 million loan via the World Bank for economic development.[668]
  • 3 March 2022- UK donated $100 million directly to the Ukrainian government budget to mitigate financial pressures created by Russia's unprovoked and illegal invasion.[669]
  • 24 March 2022- £25 million in financial backing for the Ukrainian military.[670]
  • 9 April 2022- UK increased its World Bank loan guarantees to £730 million (US$1 billion).[671]
  • 25 April 2022- UK announced it was cutting tariffs and quotas on all trade with Ukraine to zero.[672]
  • 4 July 2022- During the Ukraine Recovery Conference in Lugano, Switzerland the UK committed to fiscal grants through the World Bank of £99m and to underwriting £429m ($525m) in a third tranche of World Bank lending.[673]
  • 19 August 2022 the UK committed £1.5m for the testing of grain sold by Russia to identify if it had come from Ukraine, and a package of rail support for grain exports.[674]
  • 13 April 2023 the UK pledged an additional $500m (£400m) of World Bank loan guarantees taking its total financial support pledged in 2023 to $1bn and £6.5bn of military/financial aid provided in total so far.[675]
  • Over £80 in funding for the NATO Comprehensive Assistance Package for Ukraine since February 2022.[676]
  • £245 million in funding to procure and invigorate supply chains to produce artillery shells for Ukraine announced February 2024.[677]
  • On 23 April 2024, British PM Rishi Sunak announced a new military aid package for Ukraine. Which included “60 boats with offshore raiding craft and dive boats; more than 1,600 strike and air defence missiles; more than 400 vehicles, including 160 protected mobility “Husky” vehicles and 162 armoured vehicles; as well as nearly 4m rounds of small arms ammunition.” plus £500m in funding. The largest funding package the UK has put together for Ukraine.[678]
 United States

In total, the United States has committed more than $54 billion in security assistance to Ukraine since 2014, including approximately $51.2 billion since the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion on 24 February 2022.[679]

Tanks

Infantry fighting vehicles

Armoured personnel carriers[679][77]

  • 600 M113s [Delivered from July 2022 onwards]
  • 300 armoured medical treatment vehicles [Delivered from July 2022 onward]
  • 250 M1117 ASVs [Deliveries started by early 2024]
  • 189 Strykers [Delivered from March 2023 onwards][682]

Command vehicles[679]

Mine-resistant ambush protected vehicles[679]

Infantry mobility vehicles[679]

  • 3,000+ Humvees [Delivered from April 2022 onwards][77]
  • 200+ Light Tactical Vehicles [To be delivered][77]

Combat engineering vehicles

Other vehicles[679]

  • 80 trucks and 200 trailers to transport heavy equipment
  • 6 armored utility trucks
  • 300 armored medical treatment vehicles
  • 239 heavy fuel tankers and 105 fuel trailers
  • 8 logistics support vehicles
  • 58 water trailers

Towed artillery[679]

  • 180 155mm M777 howitzers [Delivered from April 2022 onwards][77]
  • 72 105mm Howitzers [Delivered from December 2022 onwards][77]

Self-propelled artillery[679]

Multiple rocket launchers[679]

  • 20 227mm HIMARS [June 2022] (further 20 to be delivered)

Surface-to-air missile systems[679][77]

  • 12 NASAMS Batteries [Delivered from November 2022 onwards]
  • 2+ MIM-23 Hawk firing units [February 2023]
  • Unknown number of MIM-23 Hawk Phase III missiles and missile systems [To be delivered] (US buying back after Taiwan decommissioned the system in June 2023)[686]
  • 20 AN/TWQ-1 Avengers [Delivered from December 2022 onwards]
  • 1 Patriot Battery [April 2023][687]

Self-propelled anti-aircraft guns[679]

  • 9 Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems (c-UAS) gun trucks [To be delivered]

Man-portable air defense systems

Anti-tank missiles

Other missiles

  • 2 AGM-84 Harpoon (Launcher and an unknown number of missiles) [July 2022][77]
  • Precision-Guided Munitions (PGMs) [July or August 2022] (Fired from MiG-29 and Su-27 fighter jets)[77]
  • AGM-88 HARMs [Delivered from July or August 2022 onwards] (Fired from MiG-29 fighter aircraft)[77]
  • Laser-Guided Rockets (Believed to be APKWS) [Delivered from April 2022 onwards][77]
  • RIM-7 missiles for air defense [To be delivered] (For use by Ukrainian Buk SAM systems).[679][77]
  • Over 6,000 Zuni aircraft rockets.[679]
  • Over 20,000 Hydra 70 aircraft rockets.[679]
  • ADM-160 MALD decoy missiles [May 2023].[688]
  • AIM-7 and AIM-9M missiles for air defence.[679]
  • MGM-140 ATACMS [Delivered from October 2023 onwards].[77]
  • JDAM-ER guided bombs [Delivered from Marcvh 2023 onwards].[689]

Electronic warfare equipment[679][77]

  • Electronic jamming equipment [May or June 2022]
  • 14 Vampire Counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems [Delivered from August 2023 onwards]

Helicopters[679][77]

  • 20 Mi-17V5s (originally destined for Afghanistan) [Delivered from April 2022 onwards]

Drones[679][77]

  • 100 Switchblade 300 kamikaze drones [April 2022]
  • 10 Switchblade 600 kamikaze drones [Delivered from April 2023 onwards].[690]
  • 300 Switchblade kamikaze drones of unknown type [Delivered from April 2022 onwards]
  • 1,801 Phoenix Ghosts [To be delivered]
  • RQ-20 Pumas [April 2022]
  • 15 Boeing Insitu ScanEagles [Before June 2023]
  • Jump 20 reconnaissance UAVs [To be delivered]
  • Altius-600 reconnaissance UAVs [To be delivered]
  • CyberLux K8 reconnaissance UAVs [To be delivered]
  • Penguins reconnaissance UAVs [To be delivered]

Radars[679][77]

Engineering equipment[679][77]

  • M58 Mine clearing line charge [Delivered before October 2022]
  • 22 M1089A1P2 and M984A4 HEMTT [Delivered around October 2022]
  • 8 M88A2 Hercules [Delivered around October 2022]
  • 6 Unspecified tactical recovery vehicles [Delivered by February 2023]
  • More than 1,000 tactical vehicles to tow and haul equipment;
  • 153 tactical vehicles to recover equipment
  • 30 ammunition support vehicles [To be delivered along with M109 artillery]
  • 18 armored bridging systems

Ships and underwater vehicles[679][77]

  • 16 Mark VI patrol boats [17 June 2020][691][692]
  • 10 Dauntless Sea Ark Patrol Boats [Delivered from September or October 2022 onwards]
  • 2 Small unit riverine craft (SURC) [To be delivered]
  • 6 40-foot riverine patrol boats [To be delivered]
  • Unmanned Coastal Defence Vessels (USVs) [To be delivered]
  • 40 Armoured riverine boats [To be delivered]

Mortars[679]

  • 47 × 120 mm mortar systems
  • 10 × 82 mm mortar systems
  • 122 × 81 mm mortar systems;
  • 58 × 60 mm mortar systems;
  • Over 40,000 grenade launchers and small arms;

Ammunition[679]

  • Over 3,000,000 155 mm artillery rounds
  • Over 7,000 precision-guided 155 mm artillery rounds
  • Over 50,000 155 mm rounds of Remote Anti-Armor Mine (RAAM) Systems
  • 100,000 rounds of 125 mm tank ammunition
  • 400,000 × 152 mm artillery rounds
  • 40,000 × 130 mm artillery rounds
  • 40,000 × 122 mm artillery rounds
  • 60,000 × 122mm GRAD rockets
  • 800,000 × 105 mm artillery rounds
  • 10,000 × 203 mm artillery rounds
  • Over 400,000 mortar rounds
  • Over 1,800,000 rounds of 25 mm ammunition
  • Over 400,000,000 rounds of small-arms ammunition
  • M18A1 Claymore anti-personnel munitions
  • C-4 explosives, demolition munitions, and demolition equipment for obstacle clearing

Military gear[679]

  • Over 100,000 sets of body armor and helmets
  • Explosive ordnance disposal equipment and protective gear
  • Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear protective equipment
  • Cold weather gear

Miscellaneous equipment[679]

  • Obstacle emplacement equipment;
  • Tactical secure communications systems
  • Four satellite communications antennas
  • SATCOM terminals and services
  • Thousands of night vision devices, surveillance systems, thermal imagery systems, optics, and laser rangefinders
  • Commercial satellite imagery services
  • Over 350 generators
  • Medical supplies to include first aid kits, bandages, monitors, and other equipment;
  • Field equipment and spare parts
  • An industrial 3D printer for producing components and repairing military equipment.[693]

Training

  • Trained Ukrainian troops since April 2015 as part of JMTG-U (Joint Multinational Training Group-Ukraine)[694]
  • "Small number" of Ukrainian pilots on F-16 fighter jets.[695]

Financial aid:

European Union

Individual EU member states have provided military, financial, and non-lethal material aid since 2014. The following list is the aid collectively provided by the EU. Most of this aid has been coordinated by the European Commission.

  • Around €17 billion in grants and loans from 2014 until 12 February 2022.[710]
  • €1.2 billion loan approved 16 February 2022[711]
  • €450 million worth of lethal weapons, announced on 27 February 2022,[712] under the European Peace Facility.
  • €50 million worth of non-lethal aid, announced on 27 February 2022.[713]
  • Provision of satellite intelligence, notably through the European Union Satellite Centre, as part of 1 March 2022 resolution on the Russian aggression against Ukraine.[714]
  • Increase of military aid under the European Peace Facility to €1 billion, announced on 23 March 2022.[715]
  • Military aid increased to €1.5 billion under the European Peace Facility on 13 April 2022, assistance includes personal protective equipment, first aid kits and fuel, as well as military equipment.[716]
  • Protective gear worth over €977,000 donated to the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine on 8 July 2022.[717]
  • An additional €500 million military aid package for Ukraine approved by the EU on 18 July 2022.[718]
  • Around €500,000 worth of thermal imaging equipment provided by the EU for the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine.[719]
  • Two trucks and 11 off-road vehicles purchased for the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine through a grant by Frontex.[720]
  • €225 million in funding for the training of the Ukrainian Armed Forces from the European Peace Facility as part of EUMAM Ukraine.[721]
  • €200,000 of medical equipment donated to three Ukrainian Border Guard Service Hospitals 8 February 2024.[722]
  • 12 mine detection dogs supplied to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.[723]

Unknown countries

  • AIFV-B-C25s [August 2023].[77]
  • Titan-s APCs (produced in the United Arab Emirates)[724]
  • Panthera T-6 APCs (produced in the United Arab Emirates)[725]
  • 100 BATT UMG APCs (delivered by unknown Eastern European country)[726]
  • GAIA Amir MRAPs (produced in Israel)[727]
  • M69A 82 mm mortars (produced by Bosnian company)[728]
  • BM-21 Grad 122 mm rockets (impounded North Korean shipment delivered by an unknown country)[729]

Iranian-smuggled weapons

The following list attempts to provide an overview of Iranian-made or Iranian-smuggled weapons in use by the Ukrainian armed forces. They are believed to be intercepted armaments originally intended for Yemen. The year shown in the brackets indicates the first sighting of the weapons in Ukraine, not their date of delivery. This list will be updated as additional types of weapons are uncovered.[730]

Heavy mortars

Light mortars

  • 82mm HM-19 (May 2022)[730]

Small arms

Ammunition

  • 80mm S-8OF HE-FRAG rockets for B-8 rocket pod (March 2023)[730]
  • 122mm OF-462 artillery rounds for D-30 howitzer (September 2022)[730]
  • 122mm HE-FRAG rockets for BM-21 'Grad' MRL (January 2023)[730]
  • 152 mm artillery rounds for D-20 howitzer (September 2022)[730]
  • 125mm OF19 tank rounds (February 2023)[730]
  • 120mm M48 mortar rounds for HM-16 mortar (March 2023)[730]
  • 7.6mm ammunition (April 2024)[731]

US government announced that it has donated to Ukraine over 1 million rounds of 7.62 mm ammunition,[732] thousands of rocket-propelled grenade proximity fuses and thousands of pounds of propellant for rocket-propelled grenades seized from ships used by Iran through civil forfeiture.[733] US government is seeking to turn over additional seizures of thousands of rifles, hundreds of machine guns and rocket launchers and dozens of anti-tank guided missiles to Ukraine.[733]

On 4 April 2024 the United States government transferred over 5,000 AK-47s, machine guns, sniper rifles, RPG-7s and over 500,000 rounds of 7.62mm ammunition to the Ukrainian armed forces.[731]

Companies

More than 100 companies have taken actions in support of Ukraine, including boycotts, in February and March 2022.

Company Aid provided Date provided
SpaceX

28 February to 18 March 2022

Philip Morris International Donated 500,000 packs of cigarettes to the Ukrainian military.[738] 1 March 2022
Amazon

Pledged $10 million in aid; using its logistics capability for supplies and cybersecurity expertise.[739]

2 March 2022

LMG Tactical

South Korean military gear manufacturer LMG Tactical donated bulletproof vests and ammunition pouches directly to the Ukrainian Embassy in Seoul.[740]

Ongoing since 2 March 2022

AMMO, Inc. Has pledged to donate 1 million rounds of ammunition worth roughly $700,000 to Ukraine after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's famous statement "I need ammunition, not a ride".[741]

4 March 2022

Vista Outdoor Pledged to donate 1 million rounds of small-caliber ammunition to Ukraine after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's famous statement "I need ammunition, not a ride".[742]

4 March 2022

XDynamics Donated 10 EVOLVE 2 Reconnaissance VTOL UAVs to Ukraine[743] 17 March 2022
Kel-Tec

Pledged to donate 400 SUB-2000 semi-automatic carbines valued at $200,000 to the Ukrainian Armed Forces.[744]

18 March 2022

Kimber arms Donated 200 R7 Mako 9mm calibre handguns with 800 magazines and 20 Kimber bolt action rifles with 40 magazines to the Ukrainian Ministry of Defence.[745] 30 March 2022
Baykar Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles (UCAVs)
  • 30+ Bayraktar TB2 [Delivered from March 2022 onwards] (Half donated by Baykar Tech, the other half sold at half the price).[746]
  • 5 Bayraktar TB2s [Delivered from July 2022 onwards] (Crowdfunded by Lithuanian, Ukrainian and Polish citizens. Subsequently, given to Ukraine by Baykar Tech free of charge with the $32 million collected used for aid).[746]
  • 4 Donated Bayraktar TB2 UAVs to Ukraine.[747][748]

Reconnaissance UAVs

  • 30 Mini-Bayraktars [Delivered from March 2022 onwards] (Donated by Baykar Tech).[746]

Electronic Warfare (EW) Equipment

  • Airborne Electronic Warfare Equipment (For Bayraktar TB2) [Summer 2022] (Donated by Baykar Tech).[746]

Ground Control Stations

  • "Several" Ground Control Stations (For Bayraktar TB2) [2022] (Donated by Baykar Tech).[746]
27 June 2022
Maincast Purchased 100 Volkswagen transporter vans for the Ukrainian military alongside NAVI, GSC Game World and the MK foundation.[749] 7 September 2023
Natus Vincere $125,000 towards the purchase of unmanned ground vehicles for the Ukrainian military.[750] 29 May 2024

Other parties

Bayraktar TB2 combat drone, crowdfunded for Ukraine by Lithuanians
  • 101 CVR(T) vehicles crowdfunded by Serhiy Prytula Foundation [24 delivered March 2023].[751]
  • Citizens of Taiwan donated $945 million NTD (US$33 million) as of 2 April 2022.[752][753]
    • $6,000 worth of AR-15 rifle parts donated by Taiwanese citizens.[743]
  • Citizens of South Korea have so far donated $3 million directly to the Ukrainian Embassy in Seoul.[754]
  • According to President Zelenskyy, 16,000 foreigners have volunteered to join an International Brigade in response to Ukraine's call for foreign fighters as of 3 March 2022.[756]
  • In addition to private donations, numerous American states and local law enforcement agencies are donating surplus protective equipment through the Ukrainian American Coordinating Council and other organizations.[757]
  • "Blue/Yellow" charity in Lithuania, dedicated for supporting Ukraine, collected over €22.9 million (as of 30 March) from the citizens of Lithuania.[758][759]
    • On 30 May 2022 Lithuanian citizens raised €5 million for the crowdfunded purchase of a Bayraktar TB2 armed UAV for the Ukrainian military,[760][761] the drone was subsequently, given to Lithuania by Baykar Tech free of charge, with the €6 million collected used for aid.[762] It reached Ukraine on 8 July 2022.[763][764]
    • Lithuanian civilians also crowdfunded 7 Estonian made EOS C VTOl reconnaissance drones (two of which were crowdfunded in early May, with the other five being later purchased with the money collected from the TB2 crowdfunder),[762][765] 110 Lithuanian-made EDM4S Sky Wiper anti drone weapons,[766] 37 WB Electronics Warmates (including launch/control equipment and ammunition),[767] and 18 UJ-23 Topazs for the Ukrainian military.[762]
    • Lithuanian citizens fundraised €14 million to purchase 16 Israeli-made RADA ieMHR radars.[768]
    • "Blue/Yellow" and Lithuanian National Radio and Television raised €8,288,000 to purchase 1,115 sets of laser sights, night vision monoculars and individual anti drones systems for the Ukrainian military.[769]
110th Marko Bezruchko Brigade's RM-70 donated from the Czech Republic
  • Citizens of the Czech Republic donated over CZK 4,25 billion ($171 million) as of 24 June 2022.[770]
    • 1 Bivoj system (3 reconnaissance/attack UAVs + mobile command center) was crowdfunded by Czech Republic citizens and delivered in July 2022.[65]
    • 15 MR2s Viktor (a Toyota Land Cruiser 70 with a 14.5mm ZU-2 cannon) crowdfunded by Czech citizens (set to be delivered in February 2023).[771]
    • 1 T-72 Avenger (T-72 upgraded to 3rd gen tank) crowdfunded by citizens in Czech Republic and delivered in October 2022.[772][65][132]
    • 1 refurbished 122mm RM-70 multiple rocket launcher & 365 rockets (set to be delivered in June 2023)[773][774]
    • 10 tons of plastic explosives, 10,000 detonators and 10 km of detonator cord crowd funded by Czech citizens[775]
  • By 24 July 2022, a Polish crowdfunding campaign on the crowdfunding website Zrzutka raised over Zł 23,035,000 to purchase a Baykar Bayraktar TB2 for the Ukrainian military,[776][777] the drone was subsequently given to Poland by Baykar Tech free of charge, with the €5 million collected used for aid.[778]
  • Revolver 860 Armed VTOL unmanned aerial vehicle [March, April or May 2022] (A few sold to Polish company. Subsequently transferred to Ukraine).[743]
  • 80 military quadbikes fundraised by Latvian citizens.[779]
  • The Estonian Voluntary Rescue Association donated a MV-4 robotic mine clearing vehicle to Ukraine on 29 August 2023.[780]
  • The Latvian group SOS palīdzība Ukrainai purchased and donated four Bandvagn 202 all terrain armoured vehicles to the Ukrainian military.[781]
  • Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance has donated medical supplies worth up to £5,000 to the Ukrainian military.[782]
  • One Mi-2 АМ-1 medevac helicopter provided to the Main Directorate of Intelligence by the Polish group Zbroimy Ukrainę.[783]

Russian response

Russia has sent a diplomatic letter to the United States warning it not to supply Ukraine with any more weapons and that the United States and NATO aid of the "most sensitive" weapons to Ukraine were "adding fuel" and could bring "unpredictable consequences."[784]

Olga Skabeyeva said on state-owned Rossiya 1 TV: "It can safely be called World War Three. That's entirely for sure. [...] We're definitely fighting against NATO infrastructure, if not NATO itself. We need to recognise that."[785] She has further claimed that NATO is supplying Ukraine with "zillions of weapons".[786]

Russia banned members of the UK cabinet including then prime minister Boris Johnson and former PM Theresa May from visiting the country: "In essence, the British leadership is deliberately aggravating the situation around Ukraine, pumping the Kyiv regime with lethal weapons and coordinating similar efforts on the part of NATO."[787]

In June 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin threatened to "strike at those targets that we have not yet been hitting" in Ukraine if the West provides Ukraine with advanced multiple-rocket launch systems such as the M270 and the M142 HIMARS.[788]

Russian aircraft have flown over the Baltic and Black Seas without flight plans or transponders or communicating with civilians or military air traffic controllers, and in some cases they have closely approached or slightly violated the airspace of other nations. NATO aircraft from Poland, Denmark, France, Italy, Spain, Romania, Finland and the United Kingdom, along with aircraft from non-NATO Sweden, have intercepted these Russian planes.[789][790][791][792]

In December 2022, Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov claimed that due to Western military support to Ukraine, "the suffering of the Ukrainian people will continue longer than it could have".[793]

During a meeting of the UN Security Council on 24 November 2022, Russia's Permanent Representative to the UN Vasily Nebenzya explained the purpose of Russian strikes against Ukrainian infrastructure, saying: "We're carrying out attacks on infrastructure facilities in Ukraine in response to the country being loaded with Western weapons and unwise calls for Kyiv to wield a military victory over Russia."[794] On 1 December 2022, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov defended Russian strikes against Ukrainian infrastructure, stating as one of the reasons that the Russian missile strikes were intended to "knock out energy facilities that allow you to keep pumping deadly weapons into Ukraine in order to kill the Russians".[795]

In March 2023, in a televised address, Russian President Putin accused Western countries of trying to prolong the war by supplying Ukraine with weapons.[796] On 20 June 2023, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu warned Ukraine of "immediate strikes on decision-making centers in Ukraine" if Ukraine attacks Crimea with HIMARS and Storm Shadow missiles.[797] In July 2023, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova claimed that Joe Biden's decision to supply Ukraine with cluster munitions "is aimed at prolonging the conflict in Ukraine as much as possible."[798]

Other responses

South Korea has initially declined to send any lethal aid such as the KM-SAM missile system citing its security situation.[799] In April 2023, a spokesman for South Korea's Ministry of Defense stated that "the government's policy of not providing lethal weapons to Ukraine remains unchanged."[800]

Taiwan has kept mainly to humanitarian and financial aid.[801]

Israel refused to send lethal weapons to Ukraine. In June 2023, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that "We're concerned also with the possibility that systems that we would give to Ukraine would fall into Iranian hands and could be reverse engineered, and we would find ourselves facing Israeli systems used against Israel."[802]

South Africa has maintained a neutral stance.[803]

Brazil refused the request by the German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to send Brazilian weapons to Ukraine.[804]

Germany opposed the Biden administration's decision to supply cluster munitions to Ukraine.[805]

China's foreign minister Qin Gang claimed that China is not selling weapons to either side in the war in Ukraine.[806] China accused Western countries of prolonging the war by supplying arms to Ukraine to boost the profits of its arms industry.[807][808] Western politicians, on the contrary, consider the supply of weapons to Ukraine as help in the defense of the attacked country.[809]

Pakistan denied reports that the country supplies weapons to Ukraine.[810] In April 2023, Foreign Office spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch stated that "Pakistan maintains a policy of strict neutrality in the dispute between Ukraine and Russia and in that context, do not provide any ammunition to them."[811]

Turkey refused the U.S.'s suggestion to give Ukraine its advanced S-400 air defense system.[812] Turkey has denied reports that it delivered cluster munitions to Ukraine in 2022.[813]

Military aid planning

In late March 2022, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy requested "1 percent" of NATO's planes and tanks.[814] Ukraine's requirements moved from defensive weapons which are hand-held such as NLAW, Stinger, Starstreak, Javelin and drones to heavier weapons such as artillery, tanks, and aircraft. Ukraine had been relying on Eastern European NATO members' old stockpiles of Soviet equipment, but the number of manufacturers of Soviet equipment in Eastern Europe is limited.[815]

Following pleas from Zelenskyy for countries to send heavier weapons and air defenses to aid in battling Russia, a first meeting was held by the Ukraine Defense Contact Group (also known as "Ukraine Defense Consultative Group") on 26 April 2022 at Ramstein Air Base in Germany. Participants at the meeting were defense ministers and chiefs of staff from 41 countries willing to provide military aid to Ukraine. The meeting was led by United States Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III.[816][817][818] They were joined by Ukrainian Minister of Defense Oleksii Reznikov.[818] The meeting discussed "a steady flow of weapons and other military aid" to Ukraine.[819]

The coalition planned to continue meeting as a monthly "contact group" to address long-term support for Ukraine. In addition to European Union NATO countries, Ukraine, and the U.S., the coalition includes: Sweden, Finland, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, Morocco, Kenya, Liberia, Tunisia, Jordan, and Israel.[817] Their purpose is to work out ongoing aid to Ukraine, with an emphasis on providing "lethal aid" to help with the ongoing war. Austin said, "I'd like this whole group to leave today with a common, transparent understanding of Ukraine's near-term security requirements—because we're going to keep on moving heaven and earth to meet them."[818] According to Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby: "A new phase, …I think [Austin] also wants to take a longer, larger view of the defense relationships that Ukraine will need to have going forward, when the war is over."[816] Kirby also said, "I don't think anybody can predict how long this is going to go on… The truth is… if Mr. Putin pulled his forces out and stopped this illegal invasion, and sat down in good faith with Mr. Zelensky, [the conflict] could be over now."[816]

Russian comments about a desire to move onto Moldova, after occupying the Southern Ukraine coast and the Donbas, also threatens to expand the scope of the conflict.[820] Although Putin and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov have characterized the conflict as a proxy war instigated by NATO, the U.S.-led Ukraine Defense Consultative Group reflects a broader coalition of countries.[817][821][822]

On 28 April 2022, US President Joe Biden asked Congress for an additional $33 billion to assist Ukraine, including $20 billion to provide weapons to Ukraine.[823] On 21 May 2022, the United States passed legislation providing $40 billion in new military and humanitarian foreign aid to Ukraine, marking a historically large commitment of funds.[824][825]

When the Ukraine Defense Contact Group held its latest ninth meeting on 14 February 2023, its list of members had grown from the initial 41 countries, to a new total of 54 countries.[9]

In 2022, Congress approved more than $112 billion in aid to Ukraine. In October 2023, the Biden administration requested $61.4 billion more for Ukraine for the year ahead.[826] On 20 April 2024, the U.S. House of Representatives approved a $95 billion aid package to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan.[827]

On 30 May 2024, US President Joe Biden gave Ukraine permission to strike targets inside Russia using American-supplied weapons.[828] The same permission was given to Ukraine by Germany,[829] France and the United Kingdom.[830] Dutch Foreign Minister Hanke Bruins Slot said that the Netherlands would not object if Ukraine used Dutch-supplied F-16 fighters to strike targets inside Russia.[831]

See also

Reactions
Sanctions, boycotts, censorship and cyberwarfare
Equipment

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