In 2022, Luxembourg spent

16% of its defense budget    on

military aid to Ukraine.

The Ministry of Defense of the country reported this on Twitter. 

"This year, Luxembourg took an unprecedented step by supporting Ukraine with military equipment for 75 million euros. This is 16% of our defense budget for 2022. We support Ukraine in its right to self-defense," the post reads.

According to the report, Ukraine received 102 NLAW anti-tank systems, 7 Jeep Wranglers, 28 highly mobile HMMWV off-road vehicles and 20 12.7 mm machine guns for them, 18 generators, 5 thousand helmets, body armor and other equipment.

Military aid to Ukraine from partners

On Tuesday, November 29, it became known that Ukraine received

30 BMP1 infantry fighting vehicles from Slovakia.

The Minister of Defense of Ukraine, Oleksiy Reznikov, announced that France has provided one more rocket launcher system (RSV) to the LRU.

Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal said that

Ukraine will receive a "winter package"

of aid from the Swedish government. 

On Thursday, December 1, the Italian Council of Ministers unanimously adopted a decree on the continuation of arms supplies to Ukraine until December 31, 2023.

Italy will supply weapons to Ukraine

under a simplified procedure.

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