will hand over another package of military aid to Ukraine.

The relevant decision was made by the country's government.

This was announced by the Ministry of Defense of Estonia.

"Ukraine, as before, needs our help and support in resisting Russian aggression. Our aid package this time corresponds to the requests for assistance received from Ukraine, as well as the bilateral agreements of the Defense Forces and Kytseliit with their partners in Ukraine," the minister said defense of Estonia Hanno Pevkur.

The new aid package includes drones, weapon cleaning kits, personal protective equipment and winter clothing.

Earlier, Estonia transferred to Ukraine javelins, howitzers, anti-tank mines, anti-tank grenade launchers, mortars, vehicles, means of communication, medicines, personal protective equipment and dry rations.

In cooperation with Germany, Estonia handed Ukraine two field hospitals and medicines worth about 15 million euros.

In cooperation with the Netherlands and Norway, Estonia provided a third field hospital for 7.8 million euros.

Support of Ukraine by Estonia

On October 18, 

the Parliament of Estonia recognized the ruling regime in the Russian Federation as terrorist.

Estonia and Lithuania

call on the EU to increase the supply of weapons to Ukraine

to repel Russian armed aggression.

On November 27, it became known that Estonia

will continue to train the Ukrainian military.

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