Estonia approves new military aid package to Ukraine
The Estonian government approved a new military aid package to Ukraine, including new mortar batches and anti-tank weapons, as well as yet another field hospital.
Іt is reported by ERR.
"Fightings in Ukraine remain intense, and although Ukraine receives more and more Western weapons, we are morally obliged to support Ukraine. Ukrainians are fighting for our common values, and if we have weapons that we can give them, we must do so." – Hanno Pevkur, the Estonian Minister of Defence noted.
The government's decision also provides that Estonia will join the countries that help train Ukrainian soldiers.
The total value of the military aid provided by Estonia is 250 million euros. Javelins, anti-tank grenade launchers, howitzers, anti-tank mines, various types of small arms with ammunition, communication equipment, protective equipment, medical equipment and dry rations are among the equipment that has already been provided.