Western assistance to Ukraine is growing

November 11,2022 558
Western assistance to Ukraine is growing

Despite Russia’s expectations that the West will get tired of the war in Ukraine, the assistance provided to Ukraine by its allies seems only to get stronger. Just a few examples:

The U.S. Department of Defense announced another one security assistance package valued at up to $400 million to meet Ukraine’s critical security and defense needs, Deputy Pentagon Press Secretary Sabrina Singh told reporters at a briefing. The package includes:

  •       Missiles for HAWK air defense systems;
  •       Four Avenger air defense systems;
  •       Stinger missiles;
  •       Additional ammunition for the HIMARS;
  •       21,000 155 millimeter artillery rounds;
  •       500 precision-guided 155 millimeter artillery rounds
  •       10,000 120 millimeter mortar rounds;
  •       100 Humvees;
  •       400 grenade launchers;
  •       Small arms and more than 20 million rounds of small arms ammunition;
  •       Demolition equipment for obstacle clearing;
  •       Optics, and
  •       Cold weather gear.

The United Kingdom is going to provide Ukraine with another 1,000 surface-to-air missiles topped up with 25,000 extreme cold winter kits, U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak wrote on Twitter.


Poland has given Ukraine another lot of 1,570 Starlink terminals, Ukraine’s Digital Transformation Minister Mykhaylo Fedorov wrote on Telegram.


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