South Korea to send non-lethal military supplies to Ukraine
South Korea will send non-lethal military supplies to Ukraine amid Russia's full-scale invasion of the country, the U.S.-based CNN television news channel quoted South Korean Defense Ministry spokesperson Boo Seung-chan as saying at a briefing on March 15.
The supplies will be worth about $800,000 and include bulletproof helmets, tents, blankets, bedspreads, non-perishable military food kits, and first aid kits and medicine, a ministry official confirmed.
Delivery logistics have not yet been finalized, Boo added.
Earlier in February, South Korea ruled out military deployments or lethal support for Ukraine.
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