Germany will supply Ukraine with seven more Gepard self-propelled air defense systems and 100,000 individual first-aid kits. This follows from the list of deliveries published by the German government.
The new deliveries are listed under "preparation/execution". The government stresses that for security reasons it refrains from publishing details of transportation methods and dates until the actual transfer of aid.
As reported by Der Spiegel, the seven Gepard anti-tank guided missile systems, which were already scheduled for disposal, are now being repaired by the Munich-based Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) armament company and are due to be delivered to Ukraine in the spring. The Armed Forces of Ukraine currently have 30 of these types of SCA, according to Reuters.
According to the same list on the government website, last week Germany gave Ukraine three Beaver armored bridge breakers, eight surface drones, 12 border guard vehicles, 4,000 sleeping bags, 30 ambulances, and spare parts for MI-24 helicopters.
In total, since the beginning of the year, the federal government has approved exports of military goods to Ukraine worth 1.9 billion euros. This amount does not include some supplies of defensive weapons - in order to speed up deliveries, the process of issuing licenses for them has been simplified, the cabinet stressed.