Croatia sends $18 million in military equipment to Ukraine
Croatia will send HRK124 million ($18 million) in military materiel to Ukraine. The security assistance package includes infantry weapons, such as rifles and machine guns, associated ammunition and protective equipment.
The military aid was announced on 28 February by Croatian Minister of Defence Mario Banozic. He stressed that the inventory was defined in accordance with the Ukrainian requests.
A press release from the Croatian MoD noted that the donation of military material was approved alongside a package of measures aiming at receiving Ukrainian refugees.
So far, Ukraine has received small-arms, anti-tank materiel, ammunition and individual protective equipment.
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