|Country ||Military aid ||Financial aid |
(including non-earmarked for humanitarian purposes)
(including earmarked funds)
| Albania ||Minister of Defence Niko Peleshi said on 18 March 2022 that Albania had sent military equipment to Ukraine. ||€1 million provided to the Ukrainian government on 10 June 2022. || |
| Argentina || || ||The Argentine Government has sent the following humanitarian aid to Ukraine: |
- A special deployment of the White Helmets humanitarian taskforce, to help provide assistance to refugees on the Ukrainian-Polish border.
- 1,500 t (1,500 long tons; 1,700 short tons) of foodstuffs, medicine and clothing, as of 4 March 2022.
- More humanitarian assistance will be supplied in the coming days. The government of the city of Buenos Aires has also announced its own humanitarian aid package to Ukraine.
| Artsakh || || ||14 tons of locally produced basic necessity goods. |
| Australia ||Armoured personnel carriers |
- 28 M113AS4 [Delivered from June 2022 onwards].
Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles
- 300 DefendTex D40s [To be delivered].
Reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicles
- ''Unmanned aerial and ground vehicles'' [To be delivered].
- Unknown radar systems [April 2022].
Small arms (delivered along with ammunition)
- $50 million worth of lethal military equipment ("rockets and ammunitions") [March or April 2022].
- ''Tactical decoys'' [To be delivered]
- $A 3 million contribution to a NATO trust fund on 25 February 2022.
- $A 21 million to the Ukrainian Armed Forces on 20 March 2022
- $A 35 million in humanitarian aid on 1 March 2022
- $A 30 million on 20 March 2022:
- $A 10 million to various non-government organisations
- $A 10 million to the World Food Programme
- $A 8 million to the United Nations Population Fund
- $A 2 million to the Emergency Action Alliance Ukraine Appeal
At least 70,000 tons of thermal coal for Ukrainian power stations on 20 March 2022
In total Australia has given $A 225 million in military aid and $A 65 million in humanitarian aid.
| Austria || || ||Chancellor Karl Nehammer approved sending protective equipment for civilian forces to Ukraine: |
| Azerbaijan || || ||President Ilham Aliyev approved aid for Ukraine: |
- €5 million of medical supplies and equipment.
- Free fuel for ambulances and vehicles of the State Emergency Service at SOCAR petrol stations.
- Azerbaijan sent 29 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukrainian refugees who fled to Moldova,
- As of April 21, 2022 Azerbaijan in total sent ~€15 mil worth of humanitarian aid to Ukraine
- 5 July 2022 Azerbaijan delivered 50 tons of humanitarian aid consisting of canned food, baby food, clothing and medicine bound for Cherkasy through Poland.
| Bahrain || || ||King Hamad announced the provision of relief aid worth US$1 million to civilian refugees from Ukraine and other nationalities on 21 March 2022. |
| Belgium ||Anti-tank guided missiles |
- €1 million worth of MILANs [May or June 2022].
- A small number of RK-2S Baryers [November 2022] (purchased from the CMI Group in Belgium).
- "Large numbers of" Volvo Fassi N10 Trucks [November 2022].
- 5000 FN FNC assault rifles [March 2022].
- Limited numbers of FN F2000 and F2000 tactical assault rifles [May 2022].
- Limited numbers of FN SCAR-L assault rifles [May 2022].
- ''Heavy machine guns'' [To be delivered].
- Small arms ammunition [To be delivered].
- Gefechtshelm M92 'Casque Modèle 95' [delivered from March or April 2022 onwards].
- Flak jackets [March or April 2022].
- Night vision goggles [March or April 2022].
- 3,800 tonnes of fuel (3 million litres) [March or April 2022 and June 2022].
- Spare parts [To be delivered].
- Generators [before November 2022].
- Sleeping bags [before November 2022].
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| Bosnia and Herzegovina || || ||20 tones of humanitarian aid was collected in March and sent from Sarajevo on 11 April 2022. |
| Brazil || || ||The Brazilian Air Force donated 11.6 tons of food, water purifiers and medicine from humanitarian aid that was destined to Warsaw, Poland, while rescuing Brazilians who are leaving the European country. |
| Bulgaria ||On 4 May 2022, the Bulgarian Parliament approved a decision to provide military-technical support, which includes repairing Ukrainian military vehicles and equipment. |
On 3 November 2022, the Bulgarian Parliament approved another decision to provide military aid, with details to come out by the next month.
|Unspecified number of clothes, shoes, tents, sheets, blankets. |
- 2,000 helmets and 2,000 bulletproof vests only for civilian purposes announced on 7 April 2022.
| Canada ||Prime Minister Stephen Harper approved military aid for Ukraine in April 2015. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau approved military aid for Ukraine: (Conducted more than 600 courses and trained more than 33,000 Ukrainian troops since September 2015 as part of Operation Unifier (extended until the end of March 2025)). CAN $950,000 in additional funding to a Canadian government project to provide technical support to the Ukrainian Ministry of Defence announced on 23 August 2022. |
Armoured personnel carriers
Infantry mobility vehicles
- 8 Roshel Senators [May 2022].
Forward-looking infrared turrets
- 50+ Wescam MX-15Ds [Delivered from March 2022 onwards] (For the Bayraktar TB2 UCAV).
- C7A1 assault rifles [February or March 2022].
- Machine guns [February or March 2022].
- Sniper rifles [February or March 2022].
- Pistols [February or March 2022].
- M982 Excalibur GPS-guided rounds for M777 howitzer [April 2022].
- 20,000 155mm rounds For M777 Howitzer [April 2022].
- 2000 84mm rounds for Carl Gustaf M2 [March 2022].
- 7500 C13 hand grenades [March 2022].
- 1.5 million rounds of ammunition [February or March 2022].
- CG634 helmets [March 2022].
- Body armour [March 2022].
- 1600 fragmentation vests [March 2022].
- Gas masks [March 2022].
- Night vision goggles [March 2022].
- Personal protective and load carriage equipment [February or March 2022].
- 500,000 sets of winter clothing [To be delivered].
- 10 155mm barrels (for M777 Howitzers) [June 2022].
- Surveillance and detection equipment [February or March 2022].
- $7 million worth of satellite services [since October 2022].
- 390,000 Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [March 2022].
- Portable heaters [since November 2022].
- Thermal blankets [since November 2022].
- Sleeping bags [since November 2022].
- Winter gear [since November 2022].
- CAN $200 million as part of International Monetary Fund (IMF) package to Ukraine, CAN $20 million for IMF to provide expert guidance to Ukrainian government on economic transition and CAN $900,000 to strengthen Ukrainian national bank in March 2014.
- Loan of CAN $120 million to the Government of Ukraine announced on 21 January 2022.
- Additional loan of up to CAN $500 million to the Government of Ukraine announced on 14 February 2022 and offer of a technical assistance grant of up to CAN $6 million to support the loan's implementation.
- Additional loan of CAN $250 million through the International Monetary Fund on 20 May 2022.
- Launching Ukraine Sovereignty Bond to fund Ukrainian's basic government services.
- Government of Canada to match up to CAN $10 million in donations from Canadians in response to humanitarian crisis in Ukraine announced on 25 February 2022. The amount of donations to the Canadian Red Cross' Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Appeal that will be matched by the Government of Canada was increased to CAN $30 million on 10 March 2022.
- CAN$100 million in humanitarian assistance announced on 1 March 2022 to address humanitarian needs on the ground in Ukraine and neighbouring countries.
- Provided CAN $2 million to the unexploded ordnance NGO HALO Trust In Ukraine announced 11 May.
- CAN $40 million donated through the Food and Agriculture Organization to alleviate grain storage shortages in Ukraine.
- CAN $2.9 million in additional funding for a Canadian government project supporting the National Police of Ukraine, Ministry of Internal Affairs and State Emergency Service announced 23 August 2022.
| Chile || || ||On 24 March 2022, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Chile, Antonia Urrejola, announced that, at the instruction of President Gabriel Boric, an urgent shipment of US$100,000 will be made for humanitarian aid to Ukraine. This money will come from the Chile Fund against Hunger and Poverty, which will be channelled through the International Federation of the Red Cross. |
| China || || || |
- The Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, said on 9 March that the Chinese Red Cross would provide humanitarian assistance worth ¥5 million RMB ($791,540) to Ukraine, consisting of daily necessities.
- Additional ¥10 million RMB ($1.57 million) of humanitarian assistance offered on 21 March 2022.
| Colombia ||On 23 May, Colombian Defense Minister Diego Molano Aponte announced that a team of 11 demining engineers of the National Army of Colombia will travel to an unspecified NATO country to train their Ukrainian counterparts on landmine removal. || || |
| Croatia || |
The Croatian Minister of Defence, Mario Banožić, approved military and humanitarian aid for Ukraine on 28 February 2022:
- 124 million kn (€16.5 million) worth of lethal military equipment, including infantry weapons and protective equipment.
- At least 20,000 Zastava M70 assault rifles have been donated.
- 15 130mm M-46 (M-46H1 variant) field guns provided by Croatia by 13 August 2022.
- 16 November 2022: Croatian Ministry of Defence is planning to donate 14 Mi-8 helicopters (including Mi-8MTV-1 variants) to Ukraine.
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- On 3 March 2022, Government of Croatia approved 1.8 million kn ($264,000/€238,000) of urgent humanitarian aid to Moldova, to help Ukrainian refugees. This aid includes electricity aggregators, tents, blankets, and masks.
- On 17 March 2022, The Croatian Medical Chamber (HLK) donated 300,000 kn in humanitarian aid to buy medical products and equipment for Ukrainian people and doctors.
- On 9 April 2022, Prime Minister Andrej Plenković pledged an additional €100 million to support Ukrainian refugees currently seeking refuge in Croatia.
| Cyprus || || || |
- 150 tonnes of humanitarian aid on 8 March 2022.
- 215 tonnes of humanitarian aid on 5 April 2022.
| Czech Republic ||As of beginning of April 2022, Czech Ministry of Defence approved donation of military equipment worth US$150 million from Czech Army stock or purchased by the Czech Government from private Czech companies. Between February and August 2022, the Government also approved commercial sales and deliveries from Czech arms manufacturers worth CZK 47 billion (~ €2 billion), either through direct purchase by Ukraine or by other countries supporting Ukraine |
Due to security concerns stemming from the 2014 Vrbětice ammunition warehouses explosions, the Czech Republic is not disclosing details of most of the deliveries.
Before 24 February 2022
- 1.200 Ukrainian soldiers at Vyšpoint Military Academy [cs] by combined Czech-British team of instructors (The British Military Advisory Training Team based in the Czech Republic), with particular focus on training of non-commissioned officers 
After 24 February 2022
- 4.000 Ukrainian soldiers [December 2022 onwards]. First group of soldiers started training in December 2022 with following focus: 700 - mechanized infantry; 40 - logistics; 10 - radiological, chemical & biological defense; 20 - army engineers specialists  
- 1 T-72 Avenger (T-72 upgraded to 3rd gen tank) [crowdfunded in October 2022]
Through German Ringtausch:
- ~40 T-72M1 from Czech Army deep reserve [April 2022].
Purchased by Ukraine and/or paid by the Czech Republic or third countries:
- 16 refurbished, not modernized T-72M1 and T-55 from private company Excalibur Army [cs] stock [Spring 2022] 
- 11 T-72 Avenger from private company Excalibur Army stock [Spring 2022] 
Paid by USA & the Netherlands:
- 90 T-72 Avenger (with option for further 30), manufactured by Excalibur Army, purchase and upgrade financed by USA and the Netherlands, [deliveries starting December 2022 onwards]
Infantry fighting vehicles (60+)
- Undisclosed number of BMP-1 from Czech Army deep reserve [April 2022]
- 56 PbV-501 from Excalibur Army's stock [spring 2022]
- Undisclosed number of 120mm vz. 82 PRAM-L ''Type 82'' .
- Undisclosed number of 152mm D-20 gun-howitzer [April 2022].
Self-propelled artillery (50+)
- Undisclosed number of 122mm 2S1 Gvozdika [April 2022].
- Undisclosed number of 152mm DANA from Czech Army deep storage [April 2022].
- ~30 152mm DANA M2 newly made by Excalibur Army along with "'thousands'" 152mm DN1CZ extended range shells (25 km) [deliveries starting summer 2022 onwards].
Multiple rocket launchers (30+)
- Undisclosed number of 122mm RM-70 [April 2022].
- Undisclosed number of 122mm BM-21 Grad [May or June 2022].
- Undisclosed number of 122mm RM-70 Vampir [July 2022].
Self-propelled anti-aircraft weapons (120+)
- Undisclosed number of 9K35 Strela-10M [March or April 2022].
- 15 crowdfunded MR2 trucks (Toyota Land Cruiser 70 with 14.5 mm ZU-2 cannon) [March 2023 onwards].
- 100 purchased MR2 trucks [March 2023 onwards].
Man-portable air defence systems (160)
- Undisclosed number of Mil Mi-24V attack helicopters that were made in 2003 - 2005 and underwent deep refurbishment in ~2017; Czech Army operational stock [April or May 2022].
- Undisclosed number of CZ BREN 2 assault rifles [February 2022]
- 30,150 vz. 82 pistols [February 2022].
- 2,085 vz. 61 Škorpion machine pistols [February 2022].
- 5,000 vz. 58 assault rifles [February 2022] (Delivered along with at least 3.5 million 7.62mm rounds).
- 3,200 UK vz. 59 machine guns [February 2022] (Delivered along with at least 3.5 million 7.62mm rounds).
- 12 Dragunov marksman rifles [February 2022].
- 19 Falcon anti-materiel rifles [February 2022].
- 2 pontoon bridges [June 2022].
- 4 interim bridges [November 2022]
|Government of the Czech Republic approved humanitarian aid on 25 February 2022, including: |
- 1.5 billion crowns ($66 million) to provide refugees with accommodation, food and hygiene products.
- 300 million crowns ($13.2 million) for humanitarian aid for civilians in Ukraine.
| Denmark || |
- Pre-war training of Ukrainian military since 2016 (as part of British led Operation Orbital).
- Military donations worth DKK 3.8 billion (€500 million) from February to October 2022, of which only some details have been provided, but including:
- 2,000 bulletproof vests
- 700 first-aid field kits on 26 February 2022.
- 2,700 M72 LAW light anti-tank weapons
- 300 incomplete FIM-92 Stinger anti-aircraft systems (assembled and made operational by the US before shipping) on 27 February 2022.
- 25 Sky-Watch tactical drones for reconnaissance and information gathering, with first delivered in April 2022.
- 54 modernised M113 armored personnel carriers.
- anti-tank mines, 120mm M/10 mortars and thousands of mortar shells.
- Mobile land based truck platform battery with RGM-84 Harpoon anti-ship missiles delivered in late May 2022.
- Extra funding for the EU's program purchasing equipment and supplies for Ukraine's military.
- 16 155mm ShKH Zuzana 2s Howitzers [To be delivered] (Joint purchase by Germany, Norway and Denmark from Slovakia).
- 10 August 2022, the Danish government announced it would send 130 military instructors to join the training of Ukrainian soldiers in the UK. On 13 September, it was announced that Ukrainian military also would be trained in Denmark.
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- DKK 668 million (€90 million) of financial and humitarian aid has been provided as of mid-August 2022, among others including:
- DKK 100 million worth of medicine and medical equipment requested by Ukraine (among others, anaesthesia, antibiotics, analgesic drugs and protective medical equipment), as well as 1,700 treatments against tetanus on 3 March 2022 requested via WHO.
- 1 mobile hospital.
- DKK 380 million for mine clearance, rehousing of internally displaced (including temporary housing units sent from Denmark), food security, clean water, securing access to schools for children, and similar things.
- Miscellaneous equipment 50 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter ambulances
- DKK 150 million for supporting the Ukrainian public sector, such as wages for teachers and medical staff.
- DKK 252 million ($30 million) of economic support provided by Denmark via the World Bank on 1 October 2022.
| Estonia || |
- As of 8 April, a total of 1,377 tons of mainly lethal military technology worth €222 million, including FGM-148 Javelin, anti-tank mines, small arms, ammunition, protective equipment, 13 vehicles, 50,000 field rations and 9 D-30 howitzers has been delivered.
- Unspecified number of FH70 howitzers and 7 Alvis 4 protected mobility vehicles delivered in May 2022.
- Additional aid including weapons, ammunition and training of Ukrainian military pledged on 3 August
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- As of 8 April 344 tons of non-military relief supplies.
- Various medical and humanitarian aid, including 15 tons of food aid provided by 15 March 2022 and 45 ambulances provided by 17 April 2022
- Total €24,753,085 for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid in 2021-22 financed by Ministry of Foreign Affairs / Estdev
- As of 17 April 8 shipments of rescue equipment (incl. 10 firefighter and rescue vehicles and 16 all-terrain vehicles). Subsequent shipments will involve bigger technology.
- At least 30 Iveco Crossway busses pledged to Bucha and other Ukrainian cities on 13 June 2022.
| Finland ||Military aid approved by the Finnish Government worth €88.16 million as of 4 July 2022: 8 August 2022 the Finnish Defence Ministry announced it will send 20 soldiers to join the UK training of Ukrainian soldiers in Britain. |
6 October 2022 The Finnish government announced the ninth classified military package to Ukraine.
Armoured personnel carriers
- 120mm 120 Krh 85 92s [August 2022].
- 12.7mm 12,7 ItKK 96 heavy machine guns [September 2022].
- 2500 assault rifles [March 2022].
- 155mm 155 tkr88 artillery rounds [May 2022].
- 120mm JVA 1571 mortar grenades [before October 2022].
- Sirpalekäsikranaatti M/50 hand grenades [before October 2022].
- 150,000 rounds of 7.62mm ammunition [March 2022] (for the Finnish-delivered assault rifles).
- 2000 helmets [March 2022].
- 2000 bulletproof vests [March 2022].
- 70,000 Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [March 2022].
|Financial aid pledged and provided between 2014 and 2022 worth €86 million as of 24 February 2022 ||Humanitarian aid provided through the EU Civil Protection Mechanism: |
- 22 truckloads of emergency relief:
- Medicines and hospital supplies, including at least 2 modern field hospitals.
- Emergency shelters and back-up generators
- Rescue service material
- 13 ambulances and four fire engines
- Medical evacuation and treatment of patients from Ukraine
| France ||France was the largest arms exporter to Ukraine between 2014 and 2020 with over €1.6 billion worth of weapons provided. Among them were: helicopters, reconnaissance drones, navy-related weapons and equipment, targeting systems, ammunition of various calibers and fire control systems. |
The full extent of French military aid in the context of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine is unknown as many specifics are neither shared by France nor Ukraine but include:
- Defense equipment donated before the Russian invasion, and pre-war training of Ukrainian troops.
- Additional weapons to Ukraine were announced on 13 April 2022, by the French Defense Minister (specifics unknown).
- On 30 April 2022, President Macron pledged an increase in military support to Ukraine and reiterated on 17 May 2022 that weapon deliveries would continue and would intensify in the days and weeks to come.
- Lecornu also added the supply of batteries of Exocet anti-ship missiles to help open gaps in the maritime blockade imposed by Russia and allow Ukraine to resume its exports of grain and raw materials, was among the further weapons deliveries being examined.
- French contributions to the European Union's military aid.
- On October 13, 2022, the creation of a French special military fund, totaling €200 million, was inked. It will allow Ukraine to purchase military equipment it desires from French defense contractors.
- On October 15, 2022, it was announced France would be training up to 2,000 Ukrainian soldiers on its soil. They will be assigned to French units for several weeks.
- Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support, including ongoing access to French satellite imagery (various French electromagnetic and observation satellites such as the CERES, CSO, Pleiades and Helios provide intel several times a day to the Ukrainian military staff) and a few dozens agents from the DGSE's Action Division deployed on the ground since the beginning of the war.
Air defence systems
- 2 Crotale NGs Batteries [November 2022].
Multiple rocket launchers (2)
Self-propelled artillery (24)
- 15+ 155mm TRF1s [October 2022] (Purchased by Ukraine through the security capacity building fund).
Armoured Personnel Carriers
Infantry Mobility Vehicles
Other military vehicles
- Renault TRM 2000 trucks [August and September 2022].
- Renault GBC 180 all-terrain 6X6 cargo trucks [Before October 2022].
- Peugeot P4 off-road vehicles [July and August 2022].
- Motorised floating bridges [To be delivered] (Purchased by Ukraine through the security capacity building fund).
Man-portable air defense systems
- Mistral systems [February or March 2022].
Anti-tank guided missiles
- AA-52 general-purpose machine guns [July 2022].
- Bulletproof vests
- De-mining suits
- Combat rations
- Army medical kits
- Fuel [March/April and September 2022].
- Electro-optical/Infra-red systems (including night detection binoculars ordered from Thales and Safran and delivered in late March or early April 2022).
- 36 prefabricated bridges from 23 to 46 meters in length.
- In 2021: €1.6 billion in aid.
- In 2022:
- Financial donation of €300 million (US$337 million) in "additional budgetary assistance" announced by President Macron on 25 February.
- On 5 May, President Macron announced $1.7 billion were donated to Ukraine so far in 2022.
- Additional financial aid of US$300 million announced on 5 May, bringing the total to US$2 billion.
- In October 2022, France announced the creation of a special fund, totaling €200 million, for direct weapon purchases.
- €1.2 billion in programme funding announced on 8 February 2022, consisting of a loan of €200 million and €1 billion in financial guarantees (these guarantees will allow Ukraine to obtain loans from French banks on favorable terms).
- Announcement of a budgetary loan of €300 million on 29 March 2022 in order to help the country cope with the economic and social consequences of the ongoing conflict.
- Further French financial contributions to Ukraine via the European Union's grants and loans since 2014.
|France has provided humanitarian aid, notably through the French Foreign Minitry's Crisis and Support Center as well as the EU Civil Protection Mechanism. It includes: |
- 33 t (32 long tons; 36 short tons) of emergency equipment (500 family tents, 2300 blankets, 1000 hygiene kits, 2000 floor mats, 300 sleeping bags) delivered on 1 March 2022.
- 37 t (36 long tons; 41 short tons) of humanitarian aid (500 tents, 1500 beds, 1500 sleeping bags, 25 large tents) delivered to Moldova to take in refugees fleeing the conflict in Ukraine on 2 March 2022.
- 8 t (7.9 long tons; 8.8 short tons) of medical supplies (1 mobile clinic composed of medicines and medical equipment, 36 containers of medication) delivered by 2 airplanes through Poland on 2 March 2022.
- 4.23 t (4.16 long tons; 4.66 short tons) of medical equipement (batch of medicines, personal protective equipment, 27 respirators and associated equipment) delivered on 5 March 2022.
- 3.4 t (3.3 long tons; 3.7 short tons) of medicines delivered on 7 March 2022.
- 7.4 t (7.3 long tons; 8.2 short tons) of medicines delivered on 10 March 2022.
- 9 t (8.9 long tons; 9.9 short tons) of emergency equipment (10,000 hygiene kits, 17 large-capacity generators) delivered to Moldova to take in refugees on 17 March 2022.
- 55 t (54 long tons; 61 short tons) of emergency aid (10 oxygen generators, 9 tons of medicines, 31 generators including 6 high-capacity generator, 9 family tents to the Polish Red Cross, 8 tons of IT equipment, 4 tons of baby milk) delivered on 21 March 2022.
- 21 new ambulances, 11 fire engines, 16 personal rescue vehicles and 49 tons of medical and emergency equipment (protective equipment, hand ladders, fire hoses...) dispatched by a convoy of 23 trucks and 100 firefighters and rescuers through Romania on 23 March 2022.
- 2 blood collection lorries donated by the French blood agency delivered on 17 March 2022 and 25 March 2022.
- Dispatch of a unit of 16 gendarmes and 2 forensic experts from the IRCGN with projectable genetic-testing system to investigate and capture evidence of alleged war crimes in Ukraine by invading Russian forces since 11 April 2022.
- 12 fire engines, 12 rescue vehicles and 50 tons of emergency equipment for search and rescue and firefighting delivered on 15 April 2022.
- 28 t (28 long tons; 31 short tons) of medical equipment (1 oxygen generator, 50 sets of respiratory equipment, a second batch of respiratory equipment, 4.5 tons of medicines, a second batch of emergency medicines, 1 high capacity generator) delivered on 21 April 2022.
- 6 new or recent fire-fighting vehicles, 6 new fire brigade ambulances, 1 medical vehicle equipped with a mobile radiology unit, 115 tons of equipment (including 36 km of fire hoses and 56,000 litres of foam) and 20,160 food rations delivered on 10 May 2022.
- 800 t (790 long tons; 880 short tons) of humanitarian aid have been given as of 17 May 2022.
- 12,000 IT equipment (4G routers, IP phones, desktop and laptop computers, servers, network and wifi equipment) delivered through Poland on 25 May 2022.
- 600 t (590 long tons; 660 short tons) of potato plants donated by producers from the French Federation of Seed Potato Growers shipped and distributed directly to Ukrainian farmers between April and May 2022.
- Evacuation and medical treatment of wounded Ukrainian soldiers. At least 3 operations were carried out (on 20 May 2022, 16 June 2022 and 17 June 2022) to evacuate 13 Ukrainian war wounded.
- 1 mobile health post (equipped with medical supplies and medicines) and medical equipment used for anaesthesia and resuscitation delivered on 28 June 2022.
- 1 mobile DNA analysis laboratory to help investigate Russian war crimes promised by French President Emmanuel Macron during his visit to Kyiv and delivered on 14 July 2022.
- 10,000 laptops for Ukrainians doctors provided on 26 July 2022.
- Help in mine clearance with the involvement of French specialists and equipment, training of Ukrainian to mine clearance of body water reported after a conference between the head of Chernihiv Oblast Military Administration Viacheslav and representatives of the French Embassy in Ukraine on 16 August 2022.
- Dispatch of a new team of experts from the National Gendarmerie Criminal Research Institute (IRCGN) to investigate Russian war crimes in Izium on 27 Septembe 2022.
- 1,000 t (980 long tons; 1,100 short tons) of humanitarian goods (15 fire and rescue vehicles, 8 motorized semi-rigid watercraft, 19 tons of rescue, clearing and protective equipment, 25 tons of emergency medicine, 1 medical vehicle equipped with a mobile radiology device for carrying out examinations in the field, 60,000 food rations, 48 tons of prepared meals, 13 tons of milk, 5 generators, building materials, tarpaulins, 200 meters of emergency bridges including 3 prefabricated "bailey" type bridges purchased from Cerema and 3 modular metal bridges purchased from the French company Matière) delivered on 28 September 2022.
- 100 high-powered generators (with a power of 50 to 100KWA) delivered on 23 November 2022.
| Georgia || || ||The Republic of Georgia has sent over 1,000 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine as of 7 December 2022. |
The first 100 tons that were sent on 27 February 2022, included 30 types of medicines, oxygen concentrators, additional transfusion equipment and blood. On 6 March 2022, 40 tons of food, beverages, clothes, hygiene products and further medical supplies were delivered. Further 100 tons of non-perishable goods, basic necessities and more medicine were transported on 11 March 2022. Another 120 tons of aid went out on 28 March 2022, which initiated the second phase. A total of 100 tons were also donated by the Georgian Red Cross and Enterprise Georgia state programme on 14 and 30 March 2022 respectively. The Georgian government stated that it would continue mobilising humanitarian aid. On 7 December, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili stressed that his country would not get militarily involved in Ukraine, but continue to provide aid and that over 1,000 tons of humanitarian cargo were already delivered.
| Germany ||* Purchases by the German government from defence companies. |
** Purchases by Ukraine.
Surface-to-air missile systems (1 system)
- 1 IRIS-T SLM* System (Three Launchers Per System) [October 2022].
Self-propelled anti-aircraft guns (30)
- 30 Gepards* [Training started in June 2022. Delivered from July to September 2022].
Multiple rocket launchers (5)
Self-propelled artillery (14)
- 14 155mm PzH 2000s [Arrived to Ukraine in June (7), July 2022 (3) and October 2022 (4)] (Delivered along with 10,500 155mm rounds).
Tanks (unknown number)
- T-72M1s  (Delivered from Czech stocks in exchange for 14 Leopard 2A4 MBTs and 1 Büffel ARV through the 'Ringtausch' programme).
- 28 M-55S' [To be delivered] (From Slovenian stocks in exchange for 45 MAN 8x8 trucks through the 'Ringtausch' programme).
Infantry fighting vehicles (70)
- 40 BMP-1A1s [Delivered from October 2022 onwards] (From Greek stocks in exchange for 40 Marder IFVs through the 'Ringtausch' programme).
- 30 BVP-1s [November 2022] (from Slovak stocks in exchange for 15 Leopard 2A4 MBTs through the 'Ringtausch' programme).
Armoured personnel carriers (54)
- 54 M113G3DK/G4DKs [July and August 2022] (M113s taken from Danish stocks and subsequently overhauled with German funding).
Mine-resistant ambush protected (MRAP) Vehicles (50)
Man-portable air defence systems (3200)
Anti-tank weapons (23,800)
- 900 Panzerfaust 3 RPGs  (Delivered along with 3000 DM72A1 (PzF 3-IT) and 50 DM32 Bunkerfaust rounds).
- 7.944 RGW 90 Matador RPGs** [Delivered from March 2022 onwards].
- 14,900 DM31 And PARM DM22 anti-tank mines .
Anti-drone systems and jammers (59)
- 10 anti-drone guns* .
- 28 anti-drone sensors and jammers*  (including 20 frequency range extension devices).
- 12 electronic anti-drone devices* .
- 2 large anti-drone jamming systems* (installed on HMMWV IMVs) [August 2022].
- 7 radio jammers* [August 2022].
- 8 ground surveillance radars* (installed on HMMWV IMVs) [August 2022].
- 1 Cobra Counter-Battery Radar System* [September 2022]
Surveillance unmanned aerial vehicles (18+)
- Vectors** [June 2022].
- 18 reconnaissance UAVs* [November 2022].
(Unmanned) Ships (10)
- 10 Unmanned surface vessels* [October and November 2022].
Engineering vehicles and equipment (40)
- 10 Bergepanzer 2 armoured recovery vehicles (ARVs)* [August and October 2022].
- 3 Brückenlegepanzer Biber bridgelayers [November 2022].
- 4 remote controlled mine clearance systems* [August 2022].
- 6 HEP 70 mobile decontamination vehicles [August 2022].
- 17 heavy and medium bridge systems* [November 2022].
- 12 Oshkosh M1070 heavy equipment and tank transporters* [November and December 2022].
- 30 armoured Volkswagen Amarok SUVs :
- 280 All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), minibuses and trucks .
- 80 pick-up trucks .
- 65 border protection vehicles [October 2022].
- 30 ambulances [November 2022].
- 4 lift trucks [October 2022].
Small arms (130)
- 130 MG 3 general-purpose machine guns  (Delivered along with 500 spare barrels and breechlocks).
- Additional missiles for the IRIS-T SLM SAM System* [November 2022].
- Ammunition for the 227mm M270 ''MARS'' MLRS [July and October 2022].
- 6,000 rounds of 35mm ammunition for Gepard SPAAG [Delivered from June 2022 onwards].
- 53,000 rounds of SPAAG ammunition [Delivered from June 2022 onwards].
- 4,000 rounds of SPAAG practice ammunition [August 2022].
- 13,500 155mm artillery rounds for PzH 2000 SPG [Delivered from June 2022 onwards] (including at least 1000 flare and 2000 smoke rounds).
- SMArt 155 guided artillery rounds for PzH 2000 SPG [Delivered from June 2022 onwards].
- 30,000 rounds of 40mm ammunition for automatic grenade launchers.
- 3 million rounds of 5.56×45mm ammunition .
- 5 million rounds of 7.62×51mm ammunition .
- 14.1 million rounds Of Small Arms Ammunition .
- 100,000 DM51/DM51A2 hand grenades .
- 3000 DM72A1 (PzF 3-IT) for Panzerfaust 3 .
- 50 DM32 Bunkerfaust rounds for Panzerfaust 3 .
- (Artillery) Ammunition [March and April 2022].
- 5300 explosive charges .
- 100,000 metres detonating cord  (Delivered along with 450,000 detonators).
- 28,000 helmets .
- 15 palettes worth of military clothing (including 1300 bulletproof vests) .
- 116,000 winter jackets .
- 80,000 winter trousers .
- 240,000 winter hats .
- 165 field glasses .
- 600 safety glasses .
- 353 night vision goggles .
- MiG-29 fighter jet spare parts .
- Mi-24 attack helicopter spare parts [ November 2022].
- M2 Browning heavy machine gun spare parts .
- 38 laser-range finders .
- 20 laser-designators .
- 353 night vision goggles .
- 16 palettes worth of materiel for explosive ordnance disposal .
- 125 binoculars .
- 1 high frequency unit [August 2022].
- 1 radio frequency system .
- 3000 field telephones  (Delivered along with 5000 cable reels).
- 200 tents .
- 14,000 sleeping bags .
- 195 generators .
- 405,000 Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) .
- Diesel and gasoline [2022. Supplies ongoing].
- 10 tonnes of AdBlue .
To be delivered:
Surface-to-air missile systems (3 systems)
- 3 IRIS-T SLM* system (3 launchers per system) [To be delivered].
Self-propelled anti-aircraft guns (7)
Laser-guided rocket systems (20)
- 20 70mm laser-guided rocket launchers on pick-up trucks [To be delivered].
Self-propelled artillery (134)
Anti-tank weapons (5000)
- 5,032 Man-portable anti-tank weapons [To be delivered].
Anti-drone systems (100)
- 100 anti-drone systems*  (including 20 frequency range extension devices).
Radars and jammers (25)
- 8 mobile ground surveillance radars and thermal imaging cameras* [To Be Delivered].
- 12 communications electronic scanner/jammer systems* [To Be Delivered].
- 5 Mobile Reconnaissance Systems [To Be Delivered].
Surveillance unmanned aerial vehicles (25)
- 25 reconnaissance drones* [To Be Delivered].
Engineering vehicles and equipment (84)
- 5 Pionierpanzer 2A1 Dachs Armoured Engineering Vehicles (AEVs) [To Be Delivered].
- 5 Bergepanzer 2 Armoured Recovery Vehicles (ARVs)* [To Be Delivered].
- 13 Brückenlegepanzer Biber Bridgelayers [To Be Delivered].
- 42 mine clearing tanks* [To Be Delivered].
- 10 protected mine clearing systems* [To Be Delivered].
- 4 remote controlled and protected mine clearing systems* [To Be Delivered].
- 3 Heavy And Medium Bridge Systems* [To Be Delivered].
- 2 Lift Trucks [To Be Delivered].
- 435 Border Protection Vehicles [To Be Delivered].
- 14 HX81 heavy equipment and tank transporters* [To Be Delivered].
- 14 THeMIS UGVs for casualty evacuation [to be delivered in December 2022 and the second quarter of 2023].
- 42 Heavy Duty 8x8 Trucks [To Be Delivered].
- 90 heavy duty trailer trucks* [To Be Delivered].
- 10 protected vehicles* [To Be Delivered].
- 80 pickup trucks* [To Be Delivered].
- 200 trucks* [To Be Delivered].
- 2 tractors along with 4 trailers [To Be Delivered].
- Additional missiles for the IRIS-T SLM SAM System* [To Be Delivered].
- 255 Vulcano guided artillery rounds for PzH 2000 SPG [To Be Delivered].
- 7692 155mm Artillery Rounds For PzH 2000 SPG [To Be Delivered].
- 216,000 Rounds of 40mm Ammunition For Automatic Grenade Launchers [September 2022].
- 1 vehicle decontamination system [To Be Delivered].
- 2 hangar tents* [To Be Delivered].
- 100,000 first aid kits [To Be Delivered].
- 130 heating systems [To Be Delivered].
- 4000 Sleeping Bags [To Be Delivered].
- Military winter clothing [To Be Delivered].
- Generators [To Be Delivered].
- Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MREs) [To Be Delivered].
*Deliveries from industry stocks financed by German funds for security capacity building. Some of the deliveries require upgrades or productions is ongoing; also training measures take place.
The BND has been supplying Ukraine with satellite imagery (obtained via the SAR-Lupe network), intelligence reports and analyses.
- €1.83 billion in bilateral aid since 2014.
- Approx. €4 billion via the EU in the form of grants and loans since 2014.
- €240 million via the EU in loans in 2022.
- Loan of over €150 million via KfW in April 2022.
- €425 million via the 'Stand Up For Ukraine' pledging campaign and an additional 70 million for medical aid via the EU.
- Over €1 billion additional military aid to Ukraine for weapons purchases in April 2022.
- Additional €1 billion pledged in the form of grants in May 2022.
- One mobile field hospital worth €5.3 million and associated training of medical staff in February 2022
- One mobile field hospital in September 2022 in a joint project with Estonia
- Evacuating and treating wounded Ukrainian soldiers in Germany since 2014
- Deutsche Bahn initiated a "railbridge" in March 2022 and began delivering over 10,000 tons of humanitarian aid.
- 50 Unimog medical transport vehicles.
- 14 pallets of medical supplies.
- 65 refrigerators for medical supplies
- 1200 Hospital beds
- €430 million allocated for humanitarian aid (e.g. mine clearing projects) by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- €10 million disaster relief
- €185 million by the Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development to support families displaced within Ukraine
- €200 million package announced by German government to aid Internally displaced persons in Ukraine on 4 September 2022.
| Greece ||The priority access to the port of Alexandroupolis in Northern Greece allowed the U.S. to provide military assistance to Ukraine. |
Infantry Fighting Vehicles
- 40 BMP-1A1s [To be delivered] (From Greek stocks in exchange for 40 Marder IFVs through the 'Ringtausch' programme).
- 20,000 ''Kalashnikov Rifles'' [Delivered from February 2022 onwards].
- Unknown Quantity Of 122mm Rocket Artillery Rounds For The BM-21 And RM-70 MRL [Delivered from February 2022 onwards].
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| Hungary || || || |
- 28 t (28 long tons; 31 short tons) of food and 100,000 L (22,000 imp gal; 26,000 US gal) of vehicle fuel on 28 February 2022.
- 500 litres of communion wine.
- €570,000 worth of medical aid and €787,000 support for charity schemes in Transcarpathia
- 60,000 servings of hot food served to refugees in Transcarpathia
- €177,000 donation to the city of Berehove to help the city maintain its water supply
- 200 ventilators, 250 patient monitors, 25 central monitors, 100 infusion pumps and 10,000 blood transfusion bags
| Iceland ||The Government of Iceland decided to offer to transport military equipment to Ukraine for other countries, as Iceland does not have a military of its own. An Air Atlanta Icelandic freighter has been chartered and used to deliver military equipment from Slovenia to Ukraine. ||The Government of Iceland has provided Ikr 260 million of economic assistance through the world bank. || |
- Ikr 510 million in humanitarian aid through international aid agencies.
- Further Ikr 425 million in economic and humanitarian assistance pledged on 11 May 2022.
| India || || || |
- 230 tonnes of humanitarian aid including medicines, medical equipment, tents, blankets and other relief materials as on 3 June 2022.
- Additional US$7–8 million worth of medicines donated by pharmaceutical companies as on 3 June 2022.
- Additional humanitarian aid consisting of medicines and medical equipment delivered 12 September 2022.
| Indonesia || || || |
- Handed over medicine assistance to the Ukrainian Scientific and Practical Center of Endocrine Surgery, Transplantation of Endocrine Organs and Tissues in Kyiv, Ukraine.
- The Indonesian government also provided additional aid to Ukraine through the Ukrainian Red Cross and expressed its commitment to assisting in reconstructing war-damaged hospitals.
| Ireland ||The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney, approved military aid for Ukraine: |
- €9 million worth of non-lethal military equipment on 27 February 2022.
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| Israel || |
- 2,000 helmets and 500 bulletproof vests in April 2022.
9 June 2022 the Israeli Defensive Minister announced a package of non lethal aid:
- 1,500 helmets
- 1,500 sets of body armour
- 1000 gas masks
- "hundreds" of mine protection suits
- "dozens" of hazmat filtration systems
According to reports published in September 2022, Israeli 'anti drone systems' were delivered by an Israeli defence contractor to Ukraine indirectly through Poland, and the United States. Israel has also provided intel regarding drones used by Russian forces.
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- 100 tons of humanitarian aid, including medical supplies, water purification equipment, tents, blankets and warm clothing.
- 40 doctors and paramedics from United Hatzalah of Israel, with medical and humanitarian equipment, at the Moldova–Ukraine border to assist refugees,.
- A 66-bed field hospital in the western Ukrainian city of Mostyska operated by 60 Israeli medical personnel.
- Flight and medical treatment in Israel for the wounded, including soldiers.
- 25,000 ration packs sent to the city of Kharkiv.
| Italy ||The Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Luigi Di Maio, approved military aid for Ukraine: |
The Council of Ministers passed a law allowing Minister of Defence – after deliberation by the parliament – to send military aid to Ukraine on 1 March 2022. Due to the situation however, deliveries are for the most part, state secrets. An undisclosed number of the following items were sent:
and various other military equipment including, body armor, medical aid and food rations.
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| Japan ||Reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicles |
- 30 Parrot ANAFIs [Delivered from April 2022 onwards].
- ~10 surveillance drones [August 2022].
- ''Several'' vans (for personnel and food transport) [August 2022].
- 6900 Type 88 Version 2 Kai helmets [March 2022].
- 1900 Type 3 Kai bulletproof vests [March 2022].
- Military clothing (including field jacket version 2) [March 2022].
- Type 00/Type 18 Hazmat suits (including gas masks) [Delivered from April 2022 onwards].
- Communications equipment [March 2022].
- Satellite phones [March 2022].
- Binoculars [Delivered from March 2022 onwards].
- 240 tents [March 2022].
- Generators [March 2022].
- 50 cameras [March 2022].
- Lighting devices [March 2022].
- Medical supplies [March 2022].
- 110,000 emergency rations [March 2022].
|US$200 million on 28 February 2022.[clarification needed] ||30 tons of humanitarian aid including firefighting gear, satellites phones and communications equipments delivered at the end of May 2022. An undisclosed numbers of vans and small drones donated by the Japanese Ministry of Defence. |
| Kazakhstan || || || |
- 1 March 2022: 28.2 tons including medicine
- 28 March: 17.5 tons including bedding and food
- 13 August 2022: three ambulances purchased for and delivered to Ukraine, announced by the Ukrainian Ministry of Health.
| Kosovo[a] || || ||€100,000 for humanitarian aid. |
| Kuwait || || ||US$2 million in humanitarian aid to Ukraine and its neighboring countries on 16 April 2022. |
| Latvia || || || |
- 11 Mercedes-Benz buses donated by the Riga municipality-owned Rīgas Satiksme to Kyiv filled with medicine, bandages and other medical materials prepared by Riga 1st Hospital and other donations from the public on 26 April 2022.
- Medical equipment worth €29,996 (platelet mass storage equipment, scales for blood preparation, centrifuge, blood separation equipment, and other devices from the State Blood Donor Centre and mobile melting devices, scales for blood preparation and transportation temperature meters from its cooperation partner "ECT Nordic OÜ").
| Liechtenstein || || ||SFr 500,000 worth of humanitarian aid on 25 February 2022. |
| Lithuania ||Unmanned combat aerial vehicles |
- 1 Bayraktar TB2 crowdfunded by the Lithuanian public. Subsequently, given to Lithuania by Baykar Tech free of charge with the €6 million collected used for aid.).
- 37 WB Electronics Warmates [To be delivered] (Crowdfunded by the Lithuanian public).
- 18 UJ-23 Topazs [To be delivered] (Crowdfunded by the Lithuanian public).
Reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle
- 7 EOS C VTOL [June 2022] (Two crowdfunded in early May and five more purchased with the money collected from the TB2 crowdfunder).
- 110+ EDM4S Sky Wiper (Purchased with the money collected from the TB2 crowdfunder. Used with 80 WINGMAN early-warning drone detectors)
Man-portable air defence systems
- 20 120mm heavy mortars [April 2022].
Armoured fighting vehicles
- 10 military trucks [June 2022].
- 10 Mitsubishi L200s (for demining operations) [June 2022].
- Toyota Land Cruiser Arctic Cats [To be delivered].
Small arms (delivered along with ammunition)
- Anti-tank weaponry [March 2022].
- Machine guns [March 2022].
- Submachine guns [March 2022].
- Grenades [March 2022].
- Cloud intelligence collaboration suite 'Magyla 700' [To be delivered] (Purchased with the money collected from the TB2 crowdfunder. For EOS C VTOL UAVs)
- 35,000 sets of military winter clothing [Delivered from September 2022 onwards].
- Anti-drone imaging equipment [March or April 2022 and June 2022].
- Thermal imagers [March or April 2022 and June 2022].
- Communications equipment [March 2022].
| ||According to the Lithuanian Minister of National Defence, as of 6 December 2022, the total aid to Ukraine amounted to €660 million, of which the military aid was €240 million. |
- €4 million in medical assistance sent on early March 2022.
- 15.4 thousand atropine ampoules from private donations sent on 8 April 2022.
- €29 million in military equipment by the Blue/Yellow charity since 2014.
| Luxembourg ||Reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicles |
Anti-tank guided missiles
Infantry mobility vehicles
- 7 Jeep Wranglers [March 2022].
- 4 pickup trucks [August 2022] (delivered along with four trailers).
- 600 122mm rockets for the BM-21 Grad [before July 2022] (bought from a third country and delivered to Ukraine).
- 12,500 rounds of RPG-7 ammunition [before July 2022] (bought from a third country and delivered to Ukraine).
- 20,000 rounds of 12.7mm ammunition [Before July 2022].
- 5000 bulletproof vests [before July 2022] (purchased off the international market).
- 5000 helmets [before July 2022] (purchased off the international market).
- 22,400 Avon Protection C50 gas masks [between April and June 2022] (delivered along with 44.800 filters) (purchased directly from the manufacturer).
- 470 night vision goggles [August 2022].
- 50 Satcube Ku Terminals with iDirect iQ 200 modems and SATCOM subscription [between July and October 2022] (purchased directly from the manufacturer).
- 15 military tents [March 2022].
- 358 arctic sleeping bags [September 2022].
- 18 generators [November 2022].
- 6 portable army heaters [September 2022].
- 10 light-pole sets [November 2022].
- 800 meal, ready-to-eat (MREs) [September 2022].
- 30 Artec 3D scanners [November 2022] (to be used to investigate Russian war crimes).
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| Malta || || || |
| Moldova || || || |
| Mongolia || || || |
$200,000 of humanitarian aid on 4 April 2022.
| Montenegro ||Montenegro's armed forces general staff announced a donation of non-lethal military equipment, primarily bulletproof vests and helmets. ||The government of Montenegro announced that it would donate 11% of its defence budget to Ukraine. || |
Montenegro's finance ministry sent €50,000 to the government in Kyiv and Red Cross Montenegro launched a special hotline for donations to fund humanitarian aid for Ukraine.
| Morocco ||Spare parts for T-72 tanks (planned) || || |
| Netherlands ||Anti-ship missiles (AShMs) |
- AGM-84 Harpoon missiles [June 2022].
Air defence systems
- 8 155mm PzH 2000s [April 2022. Training completed in May 2022. Arrived to Ukraine from June 2022 onwards].
Armoured personnel carriers
- DAF YA-4442 '4-tonner' Trucks [Delivered from November 2022 onwards].
- DAF YAZ-2300 '10-tonner' Trucks [Delivered from November 2022 onwards].
Man-portable air defence systems
Reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicles [April or May 2022].
Unmanned underwater vehicles
- 2 SeaFox Autonomous Mine-Detecting Underwater Vehicles [March or April 2022].
- 5 AN/TPQ-36 Firefinder weapon-locating radars [Delivered from April 2022 onwards].
- 2 Thales Squire ground surveillance radars [Delivered from April 2022 onwards].
- 50 Panzerfaust 3 RPGs [Delivered from March 2022 onwards].
- 10 Barrett M82 .50 BMG anti-materiel sniper rifles [March 2022].
- 90 Accuracy International AX308 sniper rifles [March 2022].
- 50 DM72A1 (PzF 3-IT) rounds For Panzerfaust 3 [March 2022].
- 200 Stinger missiles [April 2022].
- 30,000 rounds of 7.62mm and 12.7mm ammunition [March 2022] (for AX408 and M82 sniper and anti-materiel rifles).
- 3000 Gevechtshelm Composiet M95 Helmets [March or April 2022].
- STRONG helmets [June 2022].
- 2000 flak jackets [March or April 2022 and June 2022].
- 30 hand-held mine detectors [March 2022].
- 1 field hospital [to be delivered] (in cooperation with Estonia and Norway).
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| New Zealand ||Pledge of NZ$5 million partially for the purchase of non-lethal military equipment through NATO announced on 21 March 2022. Donation of surplus NZDF equipment: |
- 473 helmets
- 1,066 bullet-proof vests
- 571 camouflage vests
On 11 April 2022 further support was announced:
- NZ$7.5 million for weapons and ammunition procurement by the UK
- NZ$4.1 million towards providing commercial satellite access for Ukrainian intelligence.
- Contributing a C-130H Hercules and No. 40 Squadron RNZAF personnel to UK-based European military airlift operations for two months.
- On 23 May 2022 it was announced that 30 New Zealand Defence Force personnel would travel to the UK to train Ukrainian troops on L119 Light Gun howitzers.
On 27 June 2022, the New Zealand government announced it will donate NZ$4.5 million to NATO's trust fund to buy non-lethal military equipment, as well as deploying an additional six NZDF intelligence analysts to the UK, totalling twelve, until 30 November.
On 15 August 2022, the New Zealand government announced it would send 120 NZDF personnel to train Ukrainian forces in the UK. The deployment would consists of two teams of infantry trainers and lasts until 30 November .
On 14 November 2022, the New Zealand government announced it would continue the deployment of infantry trainers (on a reduced basis of a single team of 66 personnel) and intelligence staff until 31 July 2023 and 30 June 2023, respectively. The New Zealand government also contributed
- NZ$1.85 million to the NATO Trust Fund for the acquisition of non-lethal military equipment and supplies 
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| North Macedonia ||Pledged military equipment and material to Ukraine on 1 March 2022. |
- At least eight T-72A tanks donated to Ukraine on 29 July 2022.
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| Norway ||Surface-to-air missile systems [ordered and paid for by the U.S.] |
Multiple rocket launchers
- 23 155mm M109A3GNs [22 in May 2022, 1 in November 2022] (delivered along with ammunition).
- 16 155mm ShKH Zuzana 2s [To be delivered] (Joint purchase by Germany, Norway and Denmark from Slovakia).
Infantry mobility vehicles
Man-portable air defence systems
- 100 Mistral 2 missiles [April 2022].
Coastal defence missile systems
Unmanned aerial vehicles
Military Clothing Equipment
- 5000 helmets 'HJELM' [February 2022].
- 1,500 bulletproof vests [February 2022].
- 55,000 pieces of winter clothing [November 2022].
- 1,000 gas masks [February 2022].
- Night vision goggles [July or August 2022].
- 55,000 bandages [November 2022].
- Thermal binoculars [July or August 2022].
- 45,000 meal, ready-to-eat (MREs) [February and November 2022].
- 2,000 sleeping bags [February 2022].
- 10,000 sleeping pads [February 2022].
- 20,000 pieces of spare parts for the M109A3GN SPG [February 2022].
| ||Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre approved humanitarian aid for Ukraine: |
Norwegian dairy product cooperative Tine is sending 40,000 litres of milk to Ukraine at the request of the Ukrainian embassy in Oslo.
| Pakistan || || || |
- 15 tons of humanitarian assistance which include emergency medicines, electro-medical equipment, winter bedding and food items, delivered on 15 March 2022.
- Another 15 tons of humanitarian aid delivered via PAF C-130 aircraft. 7.5 tons dispatched 31 May with a second delivery of 7.5 tons to be dispatched on 3 June.
| Poland ||The total cost of material and military assistance and social support given by Poland is estimated to reach at least 0.6% of its GDP. The total cost of military support as of May 2022 is to reach about 1.7 billion euro Poland offered its airfields to serve as a distribution hubs of foreign military aid. Majority of weapons transfers are made through southern Poland. |
Infantry fighting vehicles
Infantry mobility vehicles
- LPG WDSz [June 2022] (Command vehicle for the AHS Krab SPG).
Multiple rocket launchers
Surface-to-air missile (SAM) systems
Unmanned combat aerial vehicles
Reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle
- 20+ WB Electronics FlyEye [February or March 2022 and August 2022] (An initial batch was delivered by the Polish Armed Forces with 20 more FlyEyes acquired through the Army of Drones crowdfunder).
Man portable air defence systems
- 160 PPZR Piorun [February 2022].
- 100 60mm LMP-2017s [February 2022] (delivered along with at least 1,500 rounds).
- ''Large quantities'' of 122mm OF-462 HE ammunition for 2S1 SPGs [since February 2022].
- ''Large quantities'' of 152mm ammunition for artillery [since February 2022].
- ''Large quantities'' of 125mm ammunition for T-72 tanks [since February 2022].
- 30,000+ rounds of 5.56x45mm and 23mm ammunition [February 2022].
- 73mm PG-9 ammunition for SPG-9 recoilless guns [February or March 2022].
- 42,000 WZ 2005 helmets [February 2022].
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- As of 23 September 2022 more than 6,500,000 refugees had crossed the border into Poland. See Ukrainian refugee crisis. Refugees were covered by the social assistance program, including financial assistance, by the health care system, and school-age children by the education system.
- As of May 2022 the total cost of material and military assistance and social support given by Poland is estimated to reach at least 0.6% of its GDP.
- Ukrainian refugees had the right to move free of charge in Poland through the public transport system from 26 Feb. until the end of May 2022
- Wounded Ukrainian soldiers and children evacuated by sanitary trains are in many situations hospitalized in Poland
- More than 120 wagons, or 1500 tons of food, have arrived in Kharkiv and Zaporizhia in transportation organized by the Chancellery of the Prime Minister and RARS. Transportation is the largest humanitarian shipment sent so far inward Ukraine.
- As of 28 September 2022 Polish Institute of Economy (Polski Instytut Ekonomiczny) estimates that 70% of Poles have donated for Ukraine and Ukrainians more than 10 billions PLN (about 0.38% GDP) worth of aid.
- As of 17 October 2022, Poland has purchased over 11.7 thousand Starlink terminals.
| Portugal ||President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa approved military aid for Ukraine: |
€8 to €10 million (US$8.7 to US$11 million) contribution to the €450 to €500 million EU package of military support to the Ukrainian armed forces, announced on 28 February 2022.
Armoured personnel carriers
- 5 M114A1 towed 155 mm howitzers, but were rejected by Ukraine, either because due to receipt of similar equipment from other countries or, according to the Portuguese press due to their obsolescence.[June or July 2022]
Unmanned Aereal Vehicles (UAVs)
- Unspecified quantity of mortars [April and May]
- Ammunition of different calibres [February or March 2022]
- Ammunition of different calibres [April and May]
- The Defense Minister announced on June 15, 2022, at a NATO meeting in Brussels, that Portugal is available to offer training to Ukrainian soldiers, for example, to maneuver Leopard 2 tanks and also training in the area of demining and inactivation of explosive devices.
Tonnage of military aid
- 60 to 70 tons of military equipment from Portugal, , announced on 26 February 2022 and\or delivered in February and March 2022, had been delivered to Ukraine by 6 April.
- The Minister of Foreign Affairs, on 6 April 2022, announced that more military equipment would be sent to Ukraine., confirmed to be another 99 tons of military and medical equipment, by the Minister of Defence, following a meeting with the Ukrainian Ambassador on 11 April 2022. All previously announced military and non-military (including medical) have been sent to Ukraine as of 4 May 2022, according to the Minister of Defense.
- The Portuguese Minister of National Defence, reported on 20 July 2022 that Portugal had already sent a total of 315 tons of military equipment to Ukraine.
- The Portuguese Prime Minister António Costa, signed an agreement to financially support Ukraine with €250 million (US$270 million).
- Portugal will advance with an extraordinary contribution of one million euros to the NATO support package for Ukraine.
- The Portuguese government launched a comprehensive host programme for Ukrainian citizens on 1 March 2022, ensuring displaced persons reception and response for temporary protection, transport to Portugal, accommodation, health care, employment, education and equivalence of academic degrees, Portuguese language classes, pet animal entry, driving licenses, an electronic platform coordinated with national associations, volunteer groups, assistances offers, etc.), and telephone and email support for Ukrainian citizens.
- €100,000 (US$109,000) of medical supplies had been sent by 3 March 2022: 204,000 medicinal units including antibiotics, 416,000 syringes and needles and additional medicinal products, and
- 603 Portuguese hospital beds were made available for infirmary (495), and intensive care (108), for patients transferred from Ukraine.
- €2.1 million (US$2.216 million) additional humanitarian aid directly from the Portuguese Government to finance United Nations response programs in Ukraine (€1 million) and direct assistance (€1.1 million) were announced on 5 May 2022, during the High-Level International Donors' Conference for Ukraine.
- Portuguese Fire Fighters donated and delivered 11 ambulances to Ukraine, arriving at the Ukrainian border on 14 March 2022.
- National campaigns began donating clothing, blankets, canned, and packaged food deliveries to Ukraine, and refugee transport to Portugal immediately after Russia started its aggression upon Ukraine on 24 February 2022. Campaigns are organised by numerous Portuguese civil society organisations, Roman Catholic Church parishes, the Portuguese Red Cross, NGOs, and the private sector. Portuguese milk and fruit juice is observed being served by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on 4 April 2022, shortly after Bucha was liberated by Ukrainian forces.
- By 30 April 2022, Portugal had received 33,106 requests for residence from Ukrainian refugees and had provided 24,000 residency permits, more than doubling the size of the Ukrainian community in Portugal in the first seven weeks of the invasion.
| Qatar || || ||$5 million in humanitarian aid to support Ukrainian refugees and internally displaced people on 9 April 2022. |
| Romania ||President Klaus Iohannis approved military aid for Ukraine: |
- €3 million ($3.3 million) worth of non-lethal military equipment on 28 February 2022.
- 2,000 combat helmets.
- 2,000 bulletproof vests.
- Fuel, ammunition, food, water, and medicines.
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- As of 8 April, the Romanian government had reported 678,081 Ukrainians entering Romania. Romanian Defense Minister Vasile Dîncu announced on 22 February 2022 that Romania could receive 500,000 refugees if necessary; the first refugees arrived two days later. On 15 March, Minister of Foreign Affairs Bogdan Aurescu reported that about 80,000 remained in the country.
- Romania is also offering to treat the wounded in its 11 military hospitals.
- On 18 April, Romania donated 11 ambulances to the Ukrainian emergency services.
| San Marino || || ||Three pallets of medical aid on 15 March 2022, along with 3 medical trucks to be used in the Medical Forces Command. |
| Saudi Arabia || || || |
- US$10 million of humanitarian aid to provide medical aid and shelter to Ukrainian refugees in April.
- US$400 million of humanitarian aid in October.
| Serbia || ||The Serbian Government donated €3 million in aid to children and displaced persons from Ukraine. || |
| Singapore || || ||Singapore sent four tranches of aid through the Singapore Red Cross, totalling US$7.4 million worth of humanitarian assistance. On 10 June the Singapore Ministry of Foreign affairs announced it would be sending nine ambulances, two fire engines, fire fighting gear, mine detectors and medical supplies to Ukraine. |
| Slovakia || |
- 10 million l (2,200,000 imp gal; 2,600,000 US gal) of petrol.
- 2.6 million l (570,000 imp gal; 690,000 US gal) of kerosene jet fuel for aircraft.
- 12,000 rounds of 120 mm ammunition.
- 486 air defence systems, 100 air defence launchers and anti-tank missiles, altogether worth €4.5 million
- S-300 air defence system
- 8 155 mm SpGH Zuzana 2 SPGs with crew training to be provided to Ukraine.
- Delivery of "Thousands" of 122mm Grad rockets and 4 Mil Mi-17 and one Mil Mi-2 helicopter, funded through European Peace Facility.
- 30 BVP-1 (BMP-1 variant) IFV, in exchange for 15 German Leopard 2A4
- Undisclosed number of mine sweepers - Bozena 5.
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- €1.7 million worth of medical supply.
| Slovenia ||The Slovenian Government approved aid for Ukraine in form of automatic rifles (zastava M70), ammunition and helmets. |
On 21 June 2022, 35 BVP M80A were sent from the Slovenian army reserve.
A donation of 28 M-55S tanks (a powerful upgrade of the T-55 tank) from the reserve is being prepared.
|The Slovenian Government sent €100,000 to the ICRC, earmarked for the Ukrainian refugees. ||Slovenia sent to Ukraine 200 sleeping bags, 200 pairs of rubber boots, 10 diesel generators, 250,000 latex gloves, 250,000 nitryl gloves and 600,000 facemasks. |
| South Korea || |
The Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs approved military aid for Ukraine:
- An undisclosed amount of uniforms and personal military gear (which had been earmarked for delivery to the military of Afghanistan) to be sent to Ukraine instead, delivered via NATO.
- $2.9 billion of Chiron MANPADS (indirectly through Czech Republic; paid by US) in September 2022.
- An unspecified amount of cash announced on 8 March.
- Bilateral ODA to be increased by designating Ukraine as key 중점협력국 "Priority Cooperation Country" for years 2021–2025.
- US$10 million worth of humanitarian assistance announced on 28 February 2022, amounting to 40 tons of medical supplies which prioritizes Ukraine's specific requests including first aid kits, portable oxygen generators, blankets, respirators, etc.
- On 28 February, offered temporary work and residency permits to 3,843 Ukrainian expats living in Korea. The permit is of indeterminate length and lasts until the situation in Ukraine "stabilizes". The offer includes amnesty for Ukrainians whose period of stay has already expired.
- Announced plans to open a new KOICA office in Ukraine.
- Market release of some of the petroleum which Korea holds as part of its strategic reserve, as well as re-selling LNG to Europe as part of "international efforts to help Ukraine."
- US$1.6 million worth of non-lethal military and medical supplies such as bulletproof vests, helmets, medical supplies and meals, ready-to-eat (MREs) in March 2022.
- US$3 million worth of aid donated to the World Food Programme projects in Ukraine and Moldova.
| Spain || |
- 1,370 Instalaza C-90 anti-tank grenade launchers, an unspecified number of light machine guns and 700,000 bullets on 2 March 2022.
- Unspecified shipment of arms and ammunition containing an unspecified quantity of URO VAMTAC armoured vehicles
- One RG-31 Nyala mine-resistant vehicle configured as an ambulance
- Eight light military vehicles dispatched from the Spanish army to Ukraine on 7 October 2022. 12 more vehicles also pledged.
- On 10 November 2022, Spain announced that it would provide Ukraine with two HAWK air defence systems and a battery of six light howitzers.
Pledged but not yet delivered:
- 20 M113 armored personal carriers
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- 20 tons[clarification needed] of humanitarian aid worth more than €150,000, on 27 February 2022.
- 54 pallets (83 cubic metres) of medicines and medical supplies
- Two ambulances and 5 tons of medical supplies dispatched by the Spanish army for Ukraine on 7 October 2022.
| Sweden || |
- Part of Operation Unifier since 2018, providing training for Ukrainian soldiers.
- 28 February, military aid for Ukraine was approved by the Riksdag:
- 23 March, the following equipment was pledged:
- 5,000 additional AT4 anti-tank weapons.
- 13 April, Swedish Customs Service received approval to send surplus personal protection equipment, including helmets and bullet proof vests, to Ukraine.
- 23 May, the Swedish government announced that additional military aid will be sent. Details about this aid are classified.
- 2 June, the Swedish government announced the following military aid:
- An unspecified number of Robot 17 (Swedish anti-ship version of AGM-114 Hellfire).
- An unspecified number of Barrett M82 rifles, with munitions.
- 5,000 AT4.
- 30 June, the following military aid worth 500 million Swedish krona ($52.9 million) was announced:
- An unspecified number of anti-tank weapons.
- An unspecified number of support-weapons (which some sources state are machine guns).
- An unspecified amount and type of mine-clearance equipment.
- 7 August 2022, the Swedish government announced it would send two rotations of 60 soldiers to the UK to help train Ukrainian soldiers.
- 29 August 2022, the Swedish government announced a SKr 500 million package of military aid for Ukraine.
- 1 September 2022, the Swedish government announced that it would send artillery munitions worth approximately SKr 500 million.
|On 2 June, the Swedish government announced the following financial aid: |
- SKr 1.08 billion (US$100m) so far to the Ukrainian central bank's fund for the armed forces of Ukraine.
- SKr 110 million (US$10.6m) so far to NATO's fund for the armed forces of Ukraine.
- 27 February 2022: SKr 100 million towards humanitarian aid in Ukraine distributed as follows:
- 22 April, the Swedish government announced that equipment used to repair the electrical grid would be donated to Ukraine.
- 2 June, SKr 100 million for civilian efforts through the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency.
- 29 August 2022 the Swedish government announced it would also provide SKr 500 million for the reconstruction of Ukraine.
| Switzerland || || || |
- 35 t (34 long tons; 39 short tons) of aid and medical supplies delivered to Kyiv by the Swiss Humanitarian Aid Unit on 6 March 2022.
- SFr 100 million (~US$106.2 million) was the approximate total of humanitarian aid that was sent up till August 2022 by the Swiss government to Ukraine and in neighbouring countries that host Ukrainian refugees.
- 100 t (98 long tons; 110 short tons) of mostly medical and sanitary equipment was shipped in August.
- A total of 3,500 t (3,400 long tons; 3,900 short tons) relief supplies was sent in the period of March–August 2022 to Ukraine and neighbouring countries.
- On the 2nd of November, the Swiss government decided to send an additional SFr 100 million (~US$106.2 million) for Ukraine to prepare for the winter 22/23 under the name of Aktionsplan Winterhilfe. A portion of the money will be to secure energy for Ukraine.
| Taiwan ||Drones |
- Revolver 860 Armed VTOL unmanned aerial vehicle [March, April or May 2022] (A few sold to Poland. Subsequently transferred to Ukraine).
- 10 EVOLVE 2 Reconnaissance VTOL UAVs [June 2022] (Donated by XDynamics).
- $6,000 worth of AR-15 rifle parts [After February 2022] (Donated by private citizens).
- 27 metric tons of medical supplies [February 2022].
- 650 metric tons of supplies [March 2022].
- $3 million for Kyiv municipality [April 2022] (Funds collected from private citizens).
- $5 million for six medical institutions in Ukraine [April 2022] (Funds collected from private citizens).
- $25 million for Ukrainian refugees [April 2022] (Funds collected from private citizens).
- On 26 October, Taiwan pledged $56 million donation to support Ukraine in the war effort.
| Thailand || || || |
- ฿2 million (~US$60,000) towards humanitarian aid in Ukraine
| Turkey ||A contract for Bayraktar TB2 drones was signed in November 2018. The first drones were delivered in March 2019. 2 Ada-class corvettes were ordered by the Ukrainian Navy in December 2020, the first ship was laid down in September 2021. Ukrainian Mi-8 helicopters were modernized by Turkey to include laser guidance capabilities and were armed with Cirit and UMTAS air-to-surface missiles in November 2021. |
Unmanned combat aerial vehicles (UCAVs)
- 30+ Bayraktar TB2 [Delivered from March 2022 onwards] (Half donated by Baykar Tech, the other half sold at half the price).
- 24 Mini-Bayraktars [March 2022] (All donated by Baykar Tech).
(Guided) multiple rocket launchers
- Sungur IIR-guided MANPADS (For Bayraktar TB2) [To be delivered].
Electronic warfare (EW) equipment
- Ground-based electronic warfare equipment [Summer 2022].
- Airborne electronic warfare equipment (for Bayraktar TB2) [Summer 2022].
Mine-resistant ambush protected (MRAP) vehicles
- Unknown mortars [Delivered before October 2022].
- Heavy machine guns for use against loitering munitions [To be delivered].
- 100,000 155mm artillery rounds [To be delivered].
- MAM-L guided bombs (For Bayraktar TB2) [Delivered from March 2022 onwards].
- MAM-C guided bombs (For Bayraktar TB2) [Delivered from March 2022 onwards].
- Sungur IIR-guided MANPADS (For Bayraktar TB2) [To be delivered].
| ||Unspecified number of blankets, tents, sleeping bags, cleaning and hygiene materials as well as five specialists, one mobile kitchen and one disaster response vehicle. |
| Turkmenistan || || || |
On 26 April 2022, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan announced that Turkmenistan will deliver an unspecified amount of humanitarian aid to Ukraine, which includes medicines and clothing. This was confirmed the same day by Turkmenistan news agency Hronikatm.Com and Uzbekistan news agency Kun.Uz.
| United Arab Emirates || || ||50 tonnes of humanitarian aid including medical on 14 April 2022. |
| United Kingdom || |
- Trained 22,000 Ukrainian troops since 2015 as part of Operation Orbital. This operation was suspended following the full-scale Russian invasion; a new British-led multinational operation commenced on 9 July 2022 as part of Operation Interflex.
- Sale of two Sandown-class minehunters.
- £1.7 billion sterling agreement to support the acquisition of eight missile craft and one frigate.
- Deployment of RC-135W Rivet Joint surveillance aircraft to provide information on size and position of Russian forces.
- ISTAR (intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance) support, both standalone and in partnership with the United States.
- Delivered "thousands" of NLAW anti-armour weapons and Javelin anti-tank missiles. The total amount was stated to be over 6,500 as of 3 June 2022.
- Unspecified further military aid, on 28 February 2022.
- Unspecified number of Javelin anti-tank missiles, on 10 March 2022.
- The UK announced a further 6,000 defensive missiles will be sent to Ukraine, on 24 March 2022.
- Starstreak man-portable air-defense systems.
- UK announced the supply of an unspecified amount of "armoured vehicles and long-range artillery" to Ukraine, on 31 March 2022, on 9 April a figure of 120 armoured vehicles was given along with an unspecified number of anti-ship missiles. A 14 April interview gave the following partial breakdown:
- British Army donates 84,000 helmets to Ukraine.
- UK announced an additional £100 million in military aid, on 8 April. This includes further Starstreak missiles, 800 NLAW, Javelin anti-tank missiles and precision loitering munitions. Further military helmets, night vision equipment and body armour will be provided on top of 200,000 pieces of non-lethal military equipment supplied so far.
- UK announced further unspecified amount of lethal military aid to Ukraine on 23 April. "The Prime Minister confirmed that the UK is providing more defensive military aid, including protected mobility vehicles, drones and anti-tank weapons."
- The UK announced a further £300 million in military aid to Ukraine. Boris Johnson made this announcement in a videolink address to the Rada, on the 3 May.
- Electronic warfare equipment.
- Counter battery radar.
- GPS jammers.
- 'Thousands' of night vision devices.
- 13 bulletproof Babcock Toyota Land Cruiser for civilian officials such as mayors and evacuation operations.
- Heavy lift cargo drones.
- The UK has been supplying an unspecified number of British made Brimstone missiles into Ukraine.
- The UK announced a further £1 billion in military support to Ukraine. The total sum was £1.3 billion (US$1.6 billion), however, this included the £300 million that was pledged on 3 May.
- 30 March, the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office provided £20 million to the Ukrainian Armed Forces for salaries through a deposit in the National Bank of Ukraine, followed by a further £5 million on 18 May
- 6 June, the United Kingdom confirmed it would provide an unspecified number of M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System along with M31A1 ammunition and provide training to the Ukrainian operators in the UK.
- 16 June, confirmed 20 used M109 howitzer ad been bought from a Belgian arms dealer, refurbished and partially delivered to Ukraine.
- 17 June, the UK offered to set up and administer a program to provide three weeks general infantry, first aid, cyber security, and counter explosive tactics training to 10,000 Ukrainian soldiers every four months hosted by a neighbouring country. This would better equip Ukraine to replace battlefield casualties.
- 27 June, from this week, 200 Ukrainian soldiers are set to arrive in the UK every day to receive training from the UK's Armed Forces, the Chief of the Defence Staff said.
- 28 June, during the NATO summit in Madrid the UK committed to providing Ukraine a further £1 billion of military support towards the acquisition of "sophisticated" air defence systems, electronic warfare equipment, drones and ammunition for long range rocket artillery.
- 29 June, The UK has facilitated the transfer of 3 Norwegian MLRS systems. The Norwegian systems will need upgrading, so the UK will receive and upgrade the Norwegian MLRS pieces, to backfill upgraded British pieces already being sent to Ukraine.
- 30 June, The UK revealed it had been training hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers on British Artillery Systems on Salisbury Plain (UK). The UK also stated it had purchased 50 L119 Howitzers from a British company and will be deploying these weapons to Ukraine imminently. The New Zealand Army has deployed personnel who are training Ukrainian soldiers on L119 artillery pieces in the UK (see NZ entry above).
- On the 21 July British Secretary of Defence, Ben Wallance, announced the UK will send "50,000 artillery shells, counter-battery radar systems and hundreds of drones" and "scores" of artillery guns over the coming weeks along with 1,600 anti-tank weapons.
- 20 M109 155mm self-propelled guns;
- 36 L119 105mm artillery guns; and
- 50,000 of rounds for Ukraine's Soviet era artillery.
- 11 August The UK confirmed it was delivering an additional three M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System and M31A1 rockets, the previous day Ukraine had announced that the equipment had been received.
- 24 August UK announced a £54m package including 850 Black Hornet Nano drones, 200 surveillance drones and ~1000 anti-tank loitering munitions. (See also the Norwegian announcement the same day)
- 27 August the British MoD announced it would provide six mine hunting UUVs to Ukraine along with training Ukrainian naval personnel in their use.
- 13 October The UK announced further donations;
- AMRAAM missiles to equip the NASAMS air defence systems supplied by the US.
- "Hundreds" of additional air defence missiles, of other types previously provided.
- "Hundreds" of additional aerial drones.
- 18 howitzer artillery guns on top of the 64 already delivered.
- £10m donation to the NATO fund for buying non-lethal military aid.
- 7 November announcement
- 1,000 Surface-to-air missiles
- 7,400 Ukrainian soldiers and 60 junior officers have completed British army training as of 7 November, 1,900 in training.
- Over 9,000 troops passing through training issued helmet, body armour, webbing and first aid kit to retain on completion.
- Troops passing out of training from now on will be issued cold weather gear including 25,000 sets of winter clothing, 20,000 sleeping bags and roll mats and 150 heated tents.
- On 19 November during a visit to Kyiv new UK PM Rishi Sunak announced a £50 million package of 125 anti-aircraft guns, radars and anti-drone equipment.”
- On 23 November Defence Secretary Ben Wallace announced Britain was donating three Westland Sea King helicopters for Search and Rescue around Kherson (speculated to be in an Anti-submarine warfare configuration) with the first already delivered and 10 Ukrainian crews had been training on them during the last six weeks, in addition a further 10,000 artillery rounds were provided.
- 23 February - pledged £3.5 billion in British export financing, underwrote $500 million in MLDB borrowing and provided a £100 million loan via the World Bank for economic development.
- 3 March - UK donated $100 million directly to the Ukrainian government budget to mitigate financial pressures created by Russia's unprovoked and illegal invasion.
- 24 March - £25 million in financial backing for the Ukrainian military.
- 9 April - UK increased its World Bank loan guarantees to £730 million (US$1 billion).
- 25 April - UK announced it was cutting tariffs and quotas on all trade with Ukraine to zero.
- 4 July - During the Ukraine Recovery Conference in Lugano, Switzerland the UK committed to fiscal grants through the World Bank of £99m and to underwriting £429m ($525m) in a third tranche of World Bank lending.
- 19 August the UK committed £1.5m for the testing of grain sold by Russia to identify if it had come from Ukraine, and a package of rail support for grain exports.
- £100 million of humanitarian aid announced on 23 February 2022.
- £40 million additional humanitarian aid announced on 27 February 2022.
- Additional £80 million in aid to help Ukraine deal with humanitarian crisis on 1 March 2022.
- £4 million in humanitarian aid to Ukraine on 28 February 2022.
- £4 million combined package of financial and humanitarian aid, announced on 1 March 2022.
- UK announced "supplies of rations, medical equipment and other non-lethal military aid will also be increased" on 10 March 2022.
- On 14 March 2022, the British government announced plans to provide vital energy support to Ukraine through the Ukraine Electricity Network Support Taskforce. The UK donated more than 500 mobile generators.
- £2 million in vital food supplies for areas of Ukraine encircled by Russian forces.
- UK announced the donation of a "fleet of ambulances" to Ukraine, on 6 April 2022.
- UK announced the amount it had donated through multilateral donor conferences for humanitarian aid totaled £394m so far on 9 April.
- 25 April UK donating a further 22 ambulances on top of 20 ambulances and 40 fire engines already donated and giving £300k of medical training in treating mass casualty victims and £300k in medicines and supplies.
- On 3 May, UK announced it will provide 13 unspecified protected vehicles for the transport of civilians.
- On 4 May, UK announced it will provide 570 generators to Ukraine.
- On 6 May, the British government pledged £45 million to UN and humanitarian groups in and around Ukraine and additional medical supplies.
- As of 20 May, the British government has donated 11.07 million items of medicine and medical equipment to Ukraine.
- 27 June the British government pledged £10 million worth of equipment and materials for repairing the Ukrainian railway network.
- 4 July - The UK pledged to donate £10m for repairs to the Ukraine energy grid and for reconnecting homes and to guarantee £41m of European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) loans to Ukrenergo the Ukrainian national grid operator. The UK also committed an undisclosed sum to immediate life-saving assistance and demining operations through the £37m raised by the Partnership Fund for a Resilient Ukraine multi-donor fund. The Partnership Fund for a Resilient Ukraine was launched by the UK in December 2021 with the aim to raise £35m from donors over the next three years for support in the conflict ravaged areas of Ukraine, it is supported by Canada, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States.
- 15 July the British government provided a £2.5 million package for the training of judges and forensic experts and for sending teams to the scenes of alleged Russian war crimes to aid Ukrainian prosecutors.
- 19 August the UK pledged £15m of funding to support the basic needs of 200,000 refugees in Ukraine and Poland.
- 28 September £300,000 donated to the HALO Trust by the Scottish government.
Bailiwick of Jersey:
£1,360,000 in humanitarian aid updated 8 April 2022.
51 baby incubators funded by Jersey Overseas Aid and Crown Agents. Deliveries starting on 31 May 2022.
Bailiwick of Guernsey:
£500,000 in humanitarian aid announced on 2 March 2022. Donation of firefighting gear on 8 March 2022.
Isle of Man:
£500,000 of humanitarian aid on 21 March 2022.
| United States ||United States announced that it will send Ukraine the following |
President Barack Obama approved military aid for Ukraine:
- Trained Ukrainian troops since April 2015 as part of JMTG-U (Joint Multinational Training Group-Ukraine)
- US$5 million of non-lethal military equipment on 4 June 2014.
- $75 million of non-lethal military equipment on 11 March 2015.
President Donald Trump approved military aid for Ukraine:
President Joe Biden approved military aid for Ukraine:
- 90 tons[clarification needed] of lethal military equipment on 22 January 2021.
- $125 million of lethal military equipment on 1 March 2021.
- $150 million of lethal military equipment on 11 June 2021.
- $60 million of lethal military equipment on 1 September 2021.
- $350 million of lethal military equipment, on 25 February 2022.
- US Secretary of State Antony Blinken assured Ukraine's foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba of unspecified further military aid, on 1 March 2022.
- $200 million of arms and equipment, including Javelin anti-tank missiles and Stinger anti-aircraft missiles, on 12 March 2022.
- The White House said that before 16 March 2022, aid sent by the US included:
- 600 Stinger systems
- About 2,600 Javelin missiles
- Five Mil Mi-17 helicopters
- Three patrol boats
- Four counter-artillery and counter-unmanned aerial system tracking radars
- Four counter-mortar radar systems
- 200 grenade launchers and ammunition
- 200 shotguns
- 200 machine guns
- Nearly 40 million rounds of small arms ammunition
- Over 1 million grenade, mortar and artillery rounds
- 70 Humvees and other vehicles
- Unspecified amounts of secure communications, electronic warfare detection systems, body armor, helmets and other tactical gear, military medical equipment, explosive ordnance disposal and demining equipment
- Satellite imagery and analysis capability.
- $800 million in military equipment announced on 16 March 2022, funded from the $13.6 billion in aid signed on 15 March. The package includes:
- 2,000 Javelin anti-tank missiles
- 1,000 light anti-armor weapons
- 6,000 AT4 anti-armor systems
- 800 Stinger anti-aircraft systems
- 100 Switchblade drones
- 100 grenade launchers
- 5,000 rifles
- 1,000 pistols
- 400 machine guns
- 400 shotguns
- Over 20 million rounds of small arms ammunition, grenade launcher rounds and mortar rounds
- 25,000 sets of body armor
- 25,000 helmets
- Laser-Guided Rockets
- $800 million of lethal military equipment, on 13 April 2022:
- $800m military package was announced 21 April completing the drawdown from the $13.6bn military and humanitarian funding envelope approved by Congress 15 March
- 72 M777 155 mm towed howitzer with 144,000 rounds of ammunition
- 72 artillery towing vehicles
- 121 Phoenix Ghost tactical drones, a reduced capability alternative to the Switchblade quickly designed for export to Ukraine.
5 May the California National Guard had announced it had donated 4,320 ballistic vests, 1,580 helmets and facilitated the delivery of 7 medical field stations to Ukraine. 6 May another military package was announced worth $150 million:
- 25,000 155mm artillery shells
- Counter artillery radars
- Jamming equipment
- Spare parts
19 May 2022, the Department of Defense (DoD) announces the authorization of a Presidential Drawdown of security assistance valued at up to an additional $100 million:
- 18 155mm Howitzers;
- 18 Tactical Vehicles to tow 155mm Howitzers;
- 3 AN/TPQ-36 counter-artillery radars; and
- Field equipment and spare parts.
1 June 2022 another military package was announced worth $700 million High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems and ammunition;
- Four M142 HIMARS and ammunition
- Five counter-artillery radars
- Two air surveillance radars
- 1,000 Javelin missiles and 50 Command Launch Units
- 6,000 anti-armour weapons
- 15,000 155 millimetre artillery rounds,
- Four Mi-17 helicopters
- 15 tactical vehicles
- Spare parts and equipment
15 June 2022 the twelfth military package was announced worth $1 billion;
- 18 155mm M777 howitzer howitzers
- 18 tactical vehicles for towing howitzers
- 36,000 155mm artillery shells
- Additional ammunition for High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems
- Four tactical recovery vehicles
- Spare parts and other equipment
- Two Harpoon coastal defence launchers without ammunition
- Thousands of military radios
- Thousands of night vision equipment and optics
- Funding for training, maintenance, sustainment, transportation, and administrative costs
23 June 2022 thirteenth military package was announced worth $450 million;
- Four additional M142 HIMARS
- 36,000 105mm artillery shells
- 18 artillery towing tactical vehicles
- 1,200 grenade launchers
- 2000 machine guns
- Two Small unit riverine craft
- 10 Sea Ark Dauntless-class patrol boats
- Six 40-foot maritime combat craft
- Spare parts and other equipment
1 July the United States government announced the 14th aid package for Ukraine including:
- "Additional ammunition for High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS)";
- "Two National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile Systems (NASAMS)";
- "Up to 150,000 rounds of 155mm artillery ammunition"; and
- "Four additional counter-artillery radars." Some total $820 million in total.
8 July the United States announced their 15th aid package valued at $400 million, the package includes:
- 4 additional M142 HIMARS (bringing the number of HIMARS pledged to Ukraine to 12).
- Additional HIMARS ammunition.
- Additional 155mm artillery shells including “A new type [of] 155 mm artillery ammunition," A senior U.S. official said these shells offer a “greater precision” than ordinary shells. Not confirming if they M982 Excalibur the official said: “It offers Ukraine precise capability for specific targets. It will save ammunition. It will be more effective due to the precision.”
- “Three tactical trucks”
- “Counter-battery systems”
- “Demolition munitions”
22 July 2022 the United States government announced their 16th aid package valued at $270 million consisting of:
- Four additional M142 HIMARS with ammunition, bring the number pledged to 16.
- Four command post vehicles.
- 36,000 105mm artillery shells.
- Up to 580 Phoenix Ghost loitering drones.
- Additional anti-armour weapons of unknown model or quantity.
- Additional spare parts and other equipment.
1 August 2022, the US has announced the 17th aid package for Ukraine, valued at $550 million. Including 75,000 rounds of 155mm and more HIMARS ammunition.
8 August 2022 the US DoD announced the 18th military aid package for Ukraine:
- Additional HIMARS ammunition
- 75,000 155mm artillery shells
- 20 120mm mortars
- 20,000 120mm mortar rounds
- Munitions for the NASAMS
- 1,000 Javelin and "hundreds" of AT4 anti armour weapons
- Claymore mines
- C-4 explosives, demolitions munitions and demolition equipment
- 50 armoured medical vehicles
- Medical supplies, to include first aid kits, bandages, monitors, and other equipment.
20 August 2022 the US DoD announced the 19th military aid package for Ukraine:
- Additional ammunition for HIMARS
- 16 105mm Howitzers and 36,000 105mm artillery rounds
- 15 Scan Eagle UAVs
- 40 International MaxxPro MRAP vehicles with mine rollers
- Additional high speed anti-radiation missiles
- 50 armoured Humvee vehicles
- 1,500 BGM-71 TOW missiles
- 1,000 Javelin anti armour systems
- 2,000 "anti armour rounds"
- Mine clearing equipment and systems
- Demolitions munitions
- Tactical secure communications systems
- Night vision devices, thermal imagery systems, optics, and laser rangefinders.
The Pentagon has also confirmed that Ukraine has been supplied with AGM-88 HARM at an unknown date after wreckage was found near a Russian position.
24 August a $2.98bn package through the Foreign Military Sales process was announced for Ukraine to purchase military hardware from manufacturers, including:
- Air defense systems.
- Artillery systems and munitions.
- Counter-unmanned aerial systems, and radars. These purchases will come directly from US manufacturers with deliveries over a two-year period. Unlike previous donations which were mostly from existing US military stocks this will be for freshly manufactured equipment.
8 September 2022 the US DoD announced the 20th military aid package to Ukraine:
- Additional ammunition for HIMARS
- Four 105mm Howitzers and 36,000 105mm artillery rounds
- Additional High-speed Anti-radiation missiles (HARM)
- 100 Armored High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV)
- 1.5 million rounds of small arms ammunition
- More than 5,000 anti-armor systems
- 1,000 155mm rounds of Remote Anti-Armor Mine (RAAM) Systems
- Additional grenade launchers and small arms
- 50 armoured medical treatment vehicles#
- Night vision devices and other field equipment.
15 September 2022 the US DoD announced the 21st military aid package to Ukraine:
- Additional ammunition for High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS)
- 36,000 105mm artillery rounds
- 1,000 precision-guided 155mm artillery rounds
- Four counter-artillery radars
- Four trucks and eight trailers to transport heavy equipment;
- Counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems
- Mine clearing equipment
- Claymore anti-personnel munitions
- Demolition munitions and equipment
- Small arms and ammunition
- Night vision devices, cold weather gear, and other field equipment
28 September 2022 the US DoD announced a military aid package worth $1.1 billion for Ukraine:
- 18 High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems
- additional ammunition for HIMARs
- 150 HMMWV vehicles
- 150 "Tactical vehicles" for towing weapons
- 40 trucks and 80 trailers to transport heavy equipment
- Two UAS radars
- 20 Multi-mission radars
- Counter UAS systems
- Tactical secure communications systems, surveillance systems, and optic
- Explosive ordnance disposal equipment
- Body armour and other field equipment
- Funding for training, maintenance, and sustainment.
4 October 2022 the US DoD announced the 22nd military aid package for Ukraine valued at $625 million:
- Four HIMAR systems with additional rockets
- 16 155mm howitzers
- 75,000 155mm artillery shells
- 500 Precision guided artillery shells
- 1,000 Remote Anti-Armor Mine (RAAM) shells
- 16 105mm howitzers
- 30,000 120mm mortar rounds
- 200 International MaxxPro MRAP vehicles
- 200,000 rounds of small arms ammunition
- Obstacle emplacement equipment
- Claymore anti-personnel munitions.
14 October 2022 the US DoD announced the 22nd military aid package for Ukraine valued at $725 million:
- Additional ammunition for High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS);
- 23,000 155mm artillery rounds;
- 500 precision-guided 155mm artillery rounds;
- 5,000 155mm rounds of Remote Anti-Armor Mine (RAAM) Systems;
- 5,000 anti-tank weapons;
- High-speed Anti-radiation missiles (HARMs);
- More than 200 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWVs);
- Small arms and more than 2,000,000 rounds of small arms ammunition;
- Medical supplies.
On 28 October, the US DoD announced a $275 million aid package:
- Additional ammunition for HIMARS
- 500 precision-guided 155 mm artillery rounds
- 2,000 155 mm rounds of remote anti-armor mine systems
- Over 1,300 anti-armor systems
- 125 Humvees
- Small arms and more than 2.75 million rounds of small arms ammunition
- 4 satellite communications antennas
On 5 November Jake Sullivan, US National Security Advisor, announced in Kyiv a new aid package of $400 million for Ukraine. This money is to be used for:
- Purchasing 1100 Phoenix Ghost drones;
- 40 river patrol boats;
- Funds to refurbish 45 Czech tanks;
- Funds to refurbish old MIM-23 HAWK from US stocks;
- Funds to refurbish 250 M-1117 armored security vehicles
On 10 November, the US DoD announced a $400 million aid package:
- Missiles for HAWK air defense systems
- Four Avenger air defense systems, and Stinger missiles
- Additional ammunition for High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS)
- 21,000 155mm artillery rounds
- 500 precision-guided 155mm artillery rounds
- 10,000 120mm mortar rounds
- 100 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWVs)
- 400 grenade launchers
- Small arms, optics, and more than 20,000,000 rounds of small arms ammunition
- Demolition equipment for obstacle clearing
- Cold weather protective gear
On 23 November, the US DoD announced a $400 million aid package:
- Additional munitions for National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile Systems (NASAMS)
- 150 heavy machine guns with thermal imagery sights to counter Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)
- Additional ammunition for High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS)
- 200 precision-guided 155mm artillery rounds
- 10,000 120mm mortar rounds
- High-speed Anti-radiation missiles (HARMs)
- 150 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWVs)
- Over 100 light tactical vehicles
- Over 20,000,000 rounds of small arms ammunition
- Over 200 generators
- Spare parts for 105mm Howitzers and other equipment
- $200 million on 19 January 2022.
- $13.6 billion in combined military and humanitarian aid for "responding to the situation in Ukraine", via the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2022 on 15 March 2022.
- 8 August 2022 the World bank announced a $4.5 billion grant from the United States government to the Ukrainian government, meant for funding social payments, healthcare services and pensions.
- $1 billion in food, medicine, water and other supplies on 24 March 2022.
- 23 May the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs provided 21 armoured SUVs to the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine and Ukrainian police. Additional vehicles donated on 2 June:
- 25 Mitsubishi L200 pick up trucks
- 35 Renault Duster SUVs
- 16 4x4 personal carriers
- 13 cargo trucks
- 24 May $4 million provided to the HALO Trust for ordinance disposal in Ukraine.
- 15 June the United States government announced it would provide an additional $225 million in humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
- 9 July The United States government announced it would provide an additional $368 million in humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
- 26 September 2022 US Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced $457.5 million worth of civilian security assistance will be provided to Ukraine.
| Uzbekistan || || || |
On 17 March 2022, Uzbekistan sent 28 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine, and this included medical supplies, bandages and anti-viral pills, which was confirmed by Gazeta.uz and VOA Uzbek-language service (Amerika Ovozi) on the same day. On 8 April 2022, Uzbekistan sent 34 additional tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine, including medical aid kits, food supplies and anti-viral pills, which was confirmed on 11 April 2022 by BBC news O'zbek, BBC news Кыргыз and it was also confirmed by the Uzbek news agencies Kun.Uz and Gazeta.Uz. On 6 June 2022, Uzbekistan sent 19 additional tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine, which included anti-viral pills and other medical supplies. This was confirmed the same day by Uzbek news agency Kun.Uz.
| Vatican City || || || |
As of March 2022, the Vatican has sent two Cardinals to Ukraine to provide “material and spiritual support” to the Ukrainian people. Pope Francis has also donated medical supplies to Ukrainian refugees through the Office of Papal Charities.
| Vietnam || || || |
On 1 May 2022, the Prime Minister of Vietnam, Phạm Minh Chính, announced $500,000 worth of humanitarian assistance to be provided to Ukraine by Vietnam.