Oleksii Reznikov, Ukrainian Defense Minister announced this on Twitter.
"Strf 90 IFWs have arrived in Ukraine and are ready for battle. Top machines for top soldiers," he wrote.
Reznikov thanked Swedish Defense Minister Pal Jonson and all Swedes for their assistance.
"Our common colors are blue and yellow. Our common values are freedom and democracy. Our common goals are victory and justice," Reznikov said.
The Combat Vehicle 90 (CV90) is a family of Swedish tracked armored combat vehicles designed by Sweden's Defence Materiel Administration (Försvarets Materielverk, FMV), Hägglunds and Bofors during the mid-1980s to early 1990s, entering service in Sweden in the mid-1990s.
The CV90 platform design has continuously evolved from the Mk 0 to current Mk IV with technological advances and changing battlefield requirements. The Swedish version of the main infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) is fitted with a turret from Bofors equipped with a 40 mm Bofors autocannon. Export versions are fitted with Hägglunds E-series turrets, armed with either a 30 mm Mk44 or a 35 mm Bushmaster autocannon.
Developed specifically for the Nordic subarctic climate, the vehicle has very good mobility in snow and wetlands while carrying and supporting eight, and in later versions six, fully equipped soldiers. Other variants include forward artillery observation, command and control, anti-aircraft, armoured recovery vehicle, electronic warfare versions and so forth. Currently, 1,400 vehicles in 17 variants are (or will be) in service with ten user states, seven of which are part of the NATO alliance.