The Netherlands allocates 350 million euros to Ukraine for ammunition and reconnaissance drones

The Netherlands will send military aid to Ukraine amounting to 350 million euros: ammunition for F-16s and reconnaissance drones

Kajsa Ollongren / U.S. Secretary of Defense, CC BY 2.0 DEED

Kajsa Ollongren, the Dutch Minister of Defense, announced the country's intention to provide Ukraine with military support totaling 350 million euros.

These funds will be used to purchase ammunition for F-16 fighters, as well as to acquire new reconnaissance drones.

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In particular, 150 million euros will be allocated for "air-to-ground" munitions. These funds will go directly to purchases from manufacturers.

The remaining 200 million euros will be spent on joint purchases with partners of ISR reconnaissance drones, which have already proven themselves in combat conditions.

The Netherlands believes that this is necessary to strengthen Ukraine's intelligence capabilities, a decision that was made after consultations with partners and the Ukrainian army.

Previously, the Pentagon expressed concern over the delay of American aid to Ukraine, warning of a possible worsening of the situation on the ground and simultaneously noting the courage of Ukrainians who continue to fight.

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