Estonia transfers new military aid package to Ukraine: what it includes
On February 3, the Estonian Defense Ministry announced that Javelin anti-tank missiles had arrived in Ukraine
This was reported by ERR.
"Recent developments in Europe show that the supply of much-needed missiles and other military assistance to Ukraine will continue on a large scale, and by doing so, we, together with our allies, are sending a clear signal to the Kremlin that we will continue to support Ukraine to the bitter end," said Estonian Defense Minister Hanno Pevkur.
The publication added that in addition to Javelin anti-tank missiles, the next aid package from Estonia worth EUR 80 million includes machine guns, small arms ammunition, various vehicles, and diving equipment.
The exact amount, time of arrival of this aid package and other details of the supply are not disclosed for security reasons.
On January 24, it was reported that Estonia had decided to join the British program Or Interfleks to train the Ukrainian military.