Czech Republic has sent CZK 3 bln worth of military equipment to Ukraine
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The Czech Republic has sent Ukraine military assistance to the tune of CZK 3 billion (appr. EUR 124.4 million) since the war started, the Czech Radio reported citing information released by the Ministry of Defense.
The ministry has not specified what weapons it sent, however according to unofficial reports it was ammunition, small arms, heavy equipment, including Dana self-propelled howitzers, RM-70 Grad salvo rocket launchers, Soviet-made T-72 tanks and infantry fighting vehicles.
Defense Ministry spokesperson Jana Zechmeisterová confirmed that the Czech Republic is now negotiating with Germany on cooperation regarding military assistance to Ukraine.
The daily Die Welt reported last week that Germany has offered the Czech Republic military material and weapons in exchange for equipment that Prague will send to the Ukrainian army.
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