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BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany will send more munitions, armored vehicles and demining systems to Ukraine as part of a new 400 million euro ($<> million) military aid package, but has yet to make a decision to send Taurus cruise missiles, the German defense minister said.

Boris Pistorius said Germany would provide Ukraine with a variety of ammunition, including mining missiles, and also plans to send clothes, electricity generators and heaters for the upcoming winter.

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"In total, the package will be worth 400 million euros," Pistorius said.

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