The Armed Forces of Ukraine Could Get 6 More PzH 2000

The Armed Forces of Ukraine Could Get 6 More PzH 2000

Berlin is ready to allocate two or three more PzH 2000 SPG to Kyiv, but with one condition

The German federal government wants to “collect” for the Armed Forces of Ukraine six more self-propelled artillery units PzH 2000. This was reported by Handelsblatt.

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German PzH 2000 SPG / Illustrative photo from open sources

For example, Germany is currently negotiating with the Netherlands and another European partner to supply Ukraine with additional 155-mm howitzers.

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The fact is that the Armed Forces have currently received 12 units of PzH 2000. Seven of them from Germany and five came from the Netherlands.

At the same time, according to the report, Kyiv stated that six more howitzers of this kind were not enough for a full-fledged artillery division of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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German PzH 2000 SPG / Illustrative photo from open sources

Also, Germany is ready to comply with this request, but with one condition: if the partners help Berlin to collect these six howitzers, at the same time Germany is ready to allocate two or three PzH 2000 SPGs for this purpose.

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