The Czech Defence Ministry on Friday revealed a list of military assistance that has been provided to Ukraine since the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion in February 2022.
Source: European Pravda, citing the document from the Czech Defence Ministry.
The total amount of all military assistance to Ukraine from Czechia since the beginning of the full-scale Russian aggression exceeds CZK 6 million (EUR 241.5 million). It includes modern and Soviet equipment and ammunition.
The list does not provide the specific range of weapons for every entry, but it does show the total volume of deliveries and years of production of the corresponding equipment.
In particular, Ukraine has received from Czechia 128 mortars produced in 1971-1979 and 17,400 mortar shells, 62 tanks produced in 1968, 1977, 1985-1989 and 1993, 13 self-propelled howitzers produced in 1980-1986, 131 infantry fighting vehicles produced in 1973-1989, 1993 and 1999.
Moreover, Ukraine received more than 30,000 units of short-barreled and more than 11,200 of long-barreled firearms, more than 4.2 million rounds of ammunition of unknown calibre, 645 anti-tank missiles, 17,400 mortar ammunition, 4,900 missiles for missile launchers and more than 84,800 artillery shells from Czechia.
The list of aircraft includes four Mi-24 Hind helicopters produced in 2005 and 2006. Czechia also supplied bandages and medicines to Ukraine.
Background: In September, Czechia agreed with Denmark and the Netherlands on the supply of Czech military aid to Ukraine with their financial support.