Germany will provide Ukraine with another 64 guided missiles for Patriot systems as soon as possible.
This was stated by German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius on the second day of the NATO meeting in Brussels, writes ntv.
"This is a "very important sign of continued support for the successful efforts of the Ukrainian armed forces to provide air defence, especially now, in this particular phase of the war," Pistorius said.
He assured that the missiles would be delivered to Ukraine without delay.
At the same time, Spain announced the next dispatch to Ukraine of 20 armored personnel carriers, 4 Leopard main battle tanks that were under repair, and significant capacities for the deployment of a military hospital.
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