Luxembourg to deliver anti-tank weapons, ammunition, SUVs and tents to Ukraine
Luxembourg will deliver military aid to the Ukrainian Army to fight against invading Russian forces, Luxembourg’s Deputy Prime Minister François Bausch tweeted on Feb. 28.
“As an act of solidarity and to support Ukraine in its fight against Russian invasion, the government of Luxembourg decided, at the proposal of the Directorate of Defense of Luxembourg and the Army of Luxembourg, to deliver e.a. 100 anti-tank weapons, 20,000 rounds of ammunition, jeeps and tents to Ukraine,” he tweeted.
At 0500 on Feb. 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that he had decided to launch a “special operation” in the Donbas following a request from the puppet authorities in the non-government-controlled Luhansk and Donetsk territories. Previously, the Russian government repeatedly stated that it would not attack Ukraine, while for months it has been pulling troops and equipment to the Ukrainian borders.
The confrontation continues for the fifth day. Russia is advancing from the north, east and south.
The Russian invasion is accompanied by artillery shelling of Ukrainian cities across the country, with military equipment penetrating the border. Numerous casualties have been reported in Ukrainian cities.
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