Lithuania to Help Repairing Ukraine's PzH 2000 Self-Propelled Guns

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German PzH 2000 SPG / Illustrative photo from open sources
German PzH 2000 SPG / Illustrative photo from open sources

German PzH 2000 155mm SPGs, which strike russian invaders in Ukraine will be restored in Lithuania

The Minister of Defense of Lithuania, Arvydas Anušauskas, announced on Facebook that the Republic of Lithuania will help Ukraine with the restoration of German self-propelled artillery guns.

"Lithuania is taking on a new mission repairing PzH 2000 self-propelled guns, which belong to Ukrainian and which will later be able to perform tasks in the fight against russian aggression," he noted.

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At the same time, to the question whether these PzH 2000 were damaged by russian troops or in some other way, he answered the following: "We will restore them and they will be as new."

Anušauskas also reminded that currently the amount of defense aid from the national defense aid system of Lithuania has reached 209 million euros for the Armed Forces of Ukraine and another 5 million euros for the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine.

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German PzH 2000 SPG / Illustrative photo from open sources

Defense Express reminds that there was a story in the German media about the technical condition of the PzH 2000 self-propelled guns, which were transferred by Germany and the Netherlands as part of the defense assistance to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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