Another batch of military aid from Germany, which, among other things, includes rocket launchers, tracked infantry vehicles and drone detection systems, arrived in Ukraine this week, the German Federal Government’s press service reported on Jan. 4.
In total, the delivered military support to Ukraine includes (changes compared to the previous week in bold):
- 20 rocket launchers (70mm) on pick-up trucks with rockets;
- 15 armoured recovery vehicles (before: 13);13 tank transporter tractors – M1070 Oshkosh (before: 12);
- seven tracked and remote controlled infantry vehicles for support tasks;
- 143 Pick-ups (before: 80);
- 216 generators (before: 195);
- 35 load-handling trucks 8x8 (before: 18);
- 148 mobile heating systems (before: 116);
- 26 reconnaissance drones (before: 18);
- 36 ambulances (before: 35);
- 85 border protection vehicles (before: 78);
- 36,400 wool blankets;
- 12 heavy duty trailer trucks;
- 55 anti-drone sensors and jammers (before: 28);
- 30 drone detection systems.
Earlier, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said Berlin would consider the possibility of increasing military aid to Ukraine after Washington’s decision to transfer the Patriot missile defense systems to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.