Denmark will provide Ukraine with $330 million in military aid, including the Caesar self-propelled artillery units

Denmark will send Ukraine Caesar artillery systems and ammunition worth $330 million in collaboration with France, Estonia, and the Czech Republic

Caesar artillery system
Caesar artillery system / 7th Army Training Command, CC BY 2.0 DEED

Denmark announced it will allocate $330 million in aid to Ukraine, including Caesar artillery systems and other military equipment, in cooperation with France, Estonia, and the Czech Republic.

The aid package includes not only Caesar self-propelled artillery units but also 120-mm mortars with ammunition. This is the 16th batch of Danish military support in response to Russian aggression.


The funding for the Caesar artillery systems was provided jointly with France, while the ammunition was funded in cooperation with Estonia and the Czech Republic.

The Danish Ministry of Defence emphasized the necessity of artillery and mortar systems for Ukraine, stating that such assistance significantly contributes to the country's fight for freedom.

The Danish Minister of Defence, Troels Lund Poulsen, declared solidarity with Ukraine. This is the 16th batch of Danish military support in response to Russian aggression.

It was previously reported that, on a Czech initiative, Norway will allocate funds up to $153 million for the purchase of artillery ammunition for Ukraine.

Also, the Czech Republic together with allies will strengthen support for Ukraine by organizing the supply of hundreds of thousands of artillery shells.


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