Czech Defense Ministry releases list of military aid transferred to Ukraine
From February 24, 2022, to October, 2023, the Czech Republic provided military assistance to Ukraine worth over EUR 240 million
Militarnyi writes about this with reference to data published on the Czech Defense Ministry's website.
The Defense Ministry did not disclose the nomenclature of equipment and weapons, publishing only general figures.
The Czech Republic handed over 62 tanks, 131 infantry fighting vehicles, 5 chemical warfare reconnaissance vehicles, and 47 vehicles to Ukraine. It also transferred 128 mortars, 13 self-propelled howitzers, 8,022 grenade launchers, 12 rocket launchers, and 16 air defense systems.
The Czech government handed over 645 anti-tank missiles, 17,400 mortar rounds, 4,900 rockets for rocket launchers, and 8,860 artillery rounds.
Ukraine received 30,025 short-barreled and 11,233 long-barreled firearms and 4.2 million rounds of ammunition of unknown caliber.
In addition, the Air Force received 4 Mi-24 helicopters.
According to the Czech Defense Ministry, the country provided personal protective equipment, medical supplies, fuel and lubricants, and spare parts for equipment. Some of the equipment and weapons were supplied from army warehouses, while others were purchased from local industry. The value of the transferred aid is estimated at 6.2 billion Czech crowns (about EUR 241.5 million), and the residual value is 1.2 billion crowns (about EUR 48 million).