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Two dozen countries will supply more military equipment and weapons to Ukraine.

| 2022

According to information published by the U.S. Department of Defense on February 26, 2022, the United States will provide an additional $350 million of weapons from U.S. armed forces stock to Ukraine after the invasion of the country by Russia.
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Ukrainian military trucks loaded with Javelin anti-tank missiles from the United States. (Picture source Twitter account Matthew VanDyke)

Citing information by the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense, Ukraine has requested more Javelin anti-tank man-portable anti-tank missile weapons as well as Stinger MANPADS (Man Portable Air Defense Missile System).

Other countries from Europe will also supply weapons and military equipment to Ukraine. The Netherlands will supply 200 Stinger to Ukraine. This transfer of weapons was accepted by the Dutch Government on February 26, 2022.

Belgium has pledged to provide 200 anti-tank weapons (possibly decommissioned LAWs), and 5,000 decommissioned FNC assault carbines,(these weapons are being replaced by FN SCAR assault rifles), not "machine guns" as erroneously said by the Belgian Prime Minister and the Minister of Defense. The Kingdom is also donating 3,800 tons of fuel. Some 300 soldiers of the 1/3 Lancers Battalion (and possibly a few Chasseurs Ardennais infantrymen) are being sent to Romania, along with the French contingent. France has decided to send defensive military equipment to Ukraine to support the country against Russia's invasion. In the next few days, France could take the decision to send offensive weapons to Ukraine.

Citing Sky News information, More than two dozen nations, including the UK, other European countries, and the US, will give more weapons, medical supplies and other military aid to Ukraine as it fights a Russian invasion.

The UK has offered to conduct "logistics operations" to support the delivery of the donations, a defense source said.

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