Ukrainian Army Shared Pictues of Anti-Tank Weapons Received from West

Ukrainian Army Shared Pictues of Anti-Tank Weapons Received from West

Operational Command “North” of Ukrainian Armed Forces published the photos of the NLAW and Javelin anti-tank missiles

Ukrainian Army received another batch of military aid Ukraine received from the Western countries: NLAW anti-tank guided missile systems and FGM-148 Javelin "fire-and-forget" anti-tank missile systems. The Operational Command “North” of Ukrainian AF shared the blurred photos of weaponry via its Facebook page.

"Tens of NLAWs and Javelins are waiting in the wings. We are grateful to our foreign partners for their support and attitude. We're preparing presents for the invaders," the Command commented.

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In 24 hours on February 27–28 Ukraine received support from numerous Western countries:

  • EU — lethal weapons worth 450 million euros;
  • Norway — 230 million dollars worth of humanitarian aid;
  • Italy — 110 million euros;
  • Australia — lethal military aid;
  • Belgium — 3 thousand automatic rifles and 200 anti-tank weapons;
  • Germany — antitank weapons and 500 Stinger anti-aircraft missiles;
  • Czech Republic — weapons and equipment worth 18 million dollars;
  • Sweden — 5 thousand anti-tank weapons.
  • EU — lethal weapons worth 450 million euros;
  • Norway — 230 million dollars worth of humanitarian aid;
  • Italy — 110 million euros;
  • Australia — lethal military aid;
  • Belgium — 3 thousand automatic rifles and 200 anti-tank weapons;
  • Germany — antitank weapons and 500 Stinger anti-aircraft missiles;
  • Czech Republic — weapons and equipment worth 18 million dollars;
  • Sweden — 5 thousand anti-tank weapons.

As Defense Express reported, there is war now happening in Ukraine, after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of military operation in Ukraine. Defense Express covers the events in Ukraine in our daily Live Update feed.

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