List of foreign aid to Ukraine during the Russo-Ukrainian War

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This is a list of foreign aid, including military aid, humanitarian aid and financial aid, provided to Ukraine during the Russo-Ukrainian War.

Provided by sovereign states

Country Military aid Financial aid
(including non-earmarked for humanitarian purposes)
Humanitarian aid
(including earmarked funds)
 Albania Minister of Defense Niko Peleshi said on 18 March 2022 that Albania had sent military equipment to Ukraine.[1]
 Argentina The Argentine Government has sent the following humanitarian aid to Ukraine:
  • A special deployment of the White Helmets humanitarian taskforce, to help provide assistance to refugees on the Ukrainian-Polish border.[2]
  • 1,500 t (1,500 long tons; 1,700 short tons) of foodstuffs, medicine and clothing, as of 4 March 2022.[3]
  • More humanitarian assistance will be supplied in the coming days.[3] The government of the city of Buenos Aires has also announced its own humanitarian aid package to Ukraine.[4]
 Australia The Australian Government approved military aid for Ukraine:
  • $25 million worth of non-lethal military equipment on 25 February 2022.[5][6]
  • $50 million worth of lethal military equipment ("rockets and ammunitions") on 28 February 2022.[7][8][9]
  • AU$21 million to the Ukrainian Armed Forces on 20 March 2022[10]
  • Several thousand surplus Steyr rifles.[11]
  • AU$25 million for "defensive military assistance" including radar systems, food and medical supplies.[12]
  • Defense Minister Peter Dutton confirmed 20 Bushmaster Protected Mobility Vehicles would be sent after undergoing modifications.[13][14][15][16] On 27 April 2022 the Australian government announced the delivery of $26.7 million in military aid. Six M777 155 mm howitzers and ammunition. In total Australia has given $225 million in military aid and $65 million in humanitarian aid.[17]
AU$30 million on 20 March 2022:[10]

At least 70,000 tons of thermal coal for Ukrainian power stations on 20 March 2022[10]

 Austria Chancellor Karl Nehammer approved sending protective equipment for civilian forces to Ukraine:
 Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev approved aid for Ukraine:
  • €5 million of medical supplies and equipment.[21]
  • Free fuel for ambulances and vehicles of the State Emergency Service at SOCAR petrol stations.[22]
 Bahrain King Hamad announced the provision of relief aid worth $1 million to civilian refugees from Ukraine and other nationalities on, 21 March 2022.[23]
 Belgium The Belgian Government announced that it will send Ukraine the following:
  • 2,000 assault rifles (FN FNC),[24] 3,800 tons (c. 3 million liters) of fuel and personal military protective equipment on 26 February 2022.[25][26][27]
  • 3,000 machine guns and 200 anti-tank weapons on 27 February 2022.[27][28]

On 22 April, it was reported that the Belgian government had approved further shipments of arms to Ukraine, including anti-tank weapons and possibly also surplus "heavy guns".[29]

 Brazil The Brazilian Air Force sent 11.6 tons[clarification needed] of donations with food and water purifiers from human donations that was destined to Warsaw, Poland, while rescuing Brazilians who are leaving the European country.[30]
 Bulgaria
  • Unspecified number of clothes, shoes, tents, sheets, blankets.[31]
  • 2,000 helmets and 2,000 bulletproof vests only for civilian purposes announced on 7 April 2022.[32]
 Canada Prime Minister Stephen Harper approved military aid for Ukraine in April 2015:[33]
  • 200 soldiers to train Ukrainian troops and military police.
  • Satellite radar image starting from March 2015.
  • High-frequency radios, night vision goggles, medical supplies and explosives disposal equipment.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau approved military aid for Ukraine:

  • Conducted more than 600 courses[34] and trained more than 33,000 Ukrainian troops since September 2015 as part of Operation Unifier (extended until the end of March 2025).[35]
  • Non-lethal military equipment on 3 February 2022.[36]
  • $7.8 million worth of lethal military equipment on 14 February 2022.[37][38]
  • 100 Carl Gustaf 8.4cm recoilless rifle launchers (M2 version) with 2,000 rounds.[39][40]
  • $25 million of non-lethal military equipment on 27 February 2022 including body armour, helmets, gas masks and night vision gear.[41]
  • 400,000 meal packs, and 1,600 fragmentation vests on 2 March 2022.[42]
  • 4,500 M72 LAW light anti-tank weapons, 7,500 hand grenades, $1 million for the purchase of high resolution satellite imagery was announced on 3 March 2022.[43]
  • $50 million military aid package in specialized equipment, including Canadian-made cameras for surveillance drones announced on 9 March 2022.[44]
  • $500 million in military aid package announced.[45]
  • 4 M777 howitzers and ammunition, including guided Excalibur rounds.[46]

Harper:[47]

  • $200 million as part of International Monetary Fund (IMF) package to Ukraine, $20 million for IMF to provide expert guidance to Ukrainian government on economic transition and $900,000 to strengthen Ukrainian national bank in March 2014.

Trudeau:

  • Loan of $120 million to the Government of Ukraine announced on 21 January 2022.[48]
  • Additional loan of up to $500 million to the Government of Ukraine announced on 14 February 2022 and offer of a technical assistance grant of up to $6 million to support the loan's implementation.[48]
  • Government of Canada to match up to $10 million in donations from Canadians in response to humanitarian crisis in Ukraine announced on 25 February 2022.[49] The amount of donations to the Canadian Red Cross' Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Appeal that will be matched by the Government of Canada was increased to $30 million on 10 March 2022.[50]
  • $100 million in humanitarian assistance announced on 1 March 2022 to address humanitarian needs on the ground in Ukraine and neighbouring countries.[51]
 Chile On 24 March 2022, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Chile, Antonia Urrejola, announced that, at the instruction of President Gabriel Boric, an urgent shipment of US$100,000 will be made for humanitarian aid to Ukraine. This money will come from the Chile Fund against Hunger and Poverty, which will be channelled through the International Federation of the Red Cross.[52]
 China
 Colombia
 Croatia

The Croatian Minister of Defence, Mario Banožić, approved military and humanitarian aid for Ukraine on the 28 February 2022:

  • 124 million HRK (€16.5 million) worth of lethal military equipment, including infantry weapons and protective equipment.[56][57]
  • At least 20,000 Zastava M70 assault rifles have been donated.[58]
  • On 3 March 2022, Government of Croatia approved 1.8 million HRK ($264,000/€238,000) of urgent humanitarian aid to Moldova, to help Ukrainian refugees. This aid includes electricity aggregators, tents, blankets, and masks.[59]
  • On 17 March 2022, The Croatian Medical Chamber (HLK) donated 300,000 HRK in humanitarian aid to buy medical products and equipment for Ukrainian people and doctors.[60]
  • On 9 April 2022, Prime Minister Andrej Plenković pledged an additional €100 million to support Ukrainian refugees currently seeking refuge in Croatia.[61]
 Cyprus
  • 150 tonnes of humanitarian aid on 8 March 2022.[62]
  • 215 tonnes of humanitarian aid on 5 April 2022.[63]
 Czech Republic Czech Ministry of Defense approved military aid for Ukraine:
  • 36.6 million korunas ($1.6 million) worth of lethal military equipment (4,006 152 mm artillery shells) on 26 January 2022.[64][65]
  • 188 million korunas ($8.3 million) worth of lethal military equipment on 26 February 2022.[66][67] Including:
  • 400 million korunas ($17.7 million) worth of lethal military equipment on 27 February 2022.[69][70] Including 10 anti-air Strela-2 launchers with 160 missiles.[71]
  • 61 million korunas ($2.7 million) worth of lethal and medical military equipment between 2 and 9 March 2022.[72]
  • Up to 40[73] T-72M tanks, an unspecified number of howitzers, multiple rocket launchers, and BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicles in April.[74][75]
  • By the beginning of April, military equipment worth 3.5 billion korunas ($155 million) was provided by the Czech government since the beginning of the war, including equipment bought by the state from private companies; this includes 56 BMP-1 (PbV-501) that arrived to Ukraine at the beginning of April.[76]
Government of the Czech Republic approved humanitarian aid on 25 February 2022, including:[77][78]
  • 1.5 billion korunas ($66 million) to provide refugees with accommodation, food and hygiene products.
  • 300 million korunas ($13.2 million) for humanitarian aid for civilians in Ukraine.
 Denmark
  • 2,000 bulletproof vests, 700 first-aid field kits on 26 February 2022.[79]
  • 2,700 M72 LAW light anti-tank weapons, 300 incomplete FIM-92 Stinger anti-aircraft systems (to be assembled and made operational by the US before shipping) on 27 February 2022.[80][81]
  • 25 Skywatch Drones for reconnaissance and information gathering. No delivery date set yet, the drones are in production [82]
  • 1 mobile hospital, 50 million DKK for humanitarian aid on 26 February 2022.[83]
  • 150 million DKK for humanitarian aid on 28 February 2022.[84]
  • 1,700 treatments against tetanus on 3 March 2022 (requested via WHO).[85]
 Estonia
  • As of April 8, a total of 1,377 tons of mainly lethal military technology worth €222 million, including FGM-148 Javelin, anti-tank mines, small arms, ammunition, protective equipment, 13 vehicles, 50,000 field rations and 9 D-30 howitzers has been delivered.[86][87][88][89][90]
  • As of April 8, 344 tons of non-military relief supplies.[86]
  • Various medical and humanitarian aid, including 15 tons of food aid provided by 15 March 2022 and 45 ambulances provided by 17 April 2022 [91]
  • Total €24,753,085 for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid in 2021-22 financed by Ministry of Foreign Affairs / Estdev [92]
  • As of April 17, 8 shipments of rescue equipment (incl. 10 firefighter and rescue vehicles and 16 all-terrain vehicles). Subsequent shipments will involve bigger technology.[93]
 Finland
  • 2,000 bulletproof vests, 2,000 composite helmets, 100 stretchers, and equipment for two emergency medical care stations on 27 February 2022.[94]
  • 2,500 assault rifles with 150,000 cartridges, 1,500 disposable anti-tank weapons, and 70,000 field rations on 28 February 2022.[95]
  • Undisclosed amount of additional defense materiel and weapons on 24 March 2022.[96]
  • Undisclosed amount of additional defense materiel and weapons on 19 April 2022.[97]
The Finnish Government has pledged and provided €86 million in non-military financial aid in 2014–2022 as of 24 February 2022.[98] Civilian material assistance sent through the EU Civil Protection Mechanism:[99]
 France
  • Leading arms exporter to Ukraine between 2014 and 2020 with over €1.6 billion worth of weapons provided[100]
  • Pre-war training of Ukrainian troops[101]

The extent of French military assistance is unknown as specifics were mostly kept confidential but include:

  • Defense equipment donated before the Russian invasion (specifics unknown)
  • "Additional delivery of defense equipment" to the Ukrainian authorities announced on 26 February 2022[102][103] and reportedly worth around €120 million,[101][104] including:
  • Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support, including ongoing access to French satellite imagery (various French observation satellites such as the CSO, Pleiades and Helios provide images several times a day to the Ukrainian military staff).[101]
  • French contributions to the European Union's military aid[106]
  • "Additional" weapons to Ukraine announced on April 13, 2022, by the French Defense Minister (specifics unknown)[106]
  • On April 22, 2022, French President Emmanuel Macron unveiled France has been providing a significant amount of weapons to Ukraine and announced it will be further supplying various military equipment, including CAESAR 155mm self-propelled howitzers and thousands of shells[107][108]
  • "Additional" financial donation of €300 million announced by President Macron on 25 February (previous donations and budgetary assistance unknown)[109][110]
  • French financial contributions via the European Union[106]
  • 33 t (32 long tons; 36 short tons) of emergency equipment (tents, medicine, food) delivered on 1 March 2022[111][112]
  • 30 t (30 long tons; 33 short tons) of humanitarian aid through Moldova[111]
  • 2 airplanes full of medicine through Poland[111]
  • 8 t (7.9 long tons; 8.8 short tons) of medical equipment delivered by 2 March 2022[112]
  • A donation of 21 new ambulances and a convoy of 100 firefighters and rescuers, 11 fire engines, 16 personal rescue vehicles and 23 trucks carrying 49 tons of medical and emergency equipment (protective equipment, hand ladders, fire hoses...) through Romania announced on March 22, 2022[101]
  • 24 fire engines and ambulances and 50 tons of emergency equipment announced by President Macron on 14 April 2022[113]
 Georgia The Republic of Georgia has sent over 400 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine as of 1 April 2022.[114][115]

The first 100 tons that were sent on 27 February 2022, included 30 types of medicines, oxygen concentrators, additional transfusion equipment and blood. On 6 March 2022, 40 tons of food, beverages, clothes, hygiene products and further medical supplies were delivered.[116] Further 100 tons of non-perishable goods, basic necessities and more medicine were transported on 11 March 2022.[117] Another 120 tons of aid went out on 28 March 2022, which initiated the second phase.[118] A total of 100 tons were also donated by the Georgian Red Cross and Enterprise Georgia state programme on 14 and 30 March 2022 respectively.[119] The Georgian government stated that it would continue mobilizing humanitarian aid.

 Germany
  • €1.83 billion in bilateral aid since 2014[132][133]
  • approx. €4 billion via the EU in the form of grants and loans since 2014.[132]
  • €240 million via the EU in loans in 2022.[132]
  • Loan of over €150 million via KfW in April 2022.[134]
  • €425 million via the 'Stand Up For Ukraine' pledging campaign and an additional 70 million for medical aid via the EU[135]
  • Over €1 billion additional military aid to Ukraine for weapons purchases in April 2022[136]
  • One mobile field hospital worth €5.3 million and associated training of medical staff in February 2022[137]
  • Evacuating and treating wounded Ukrainian soldiers in Germany since 2014[138][139]
  • Deutsche Bahn initiated a "railbridge" in March 2022 and began delivering over 10,000 tons of humanitarian aid[140][141]
  • 50 Unimog medical transport vehicles[122][128]
 Greece
 Hungary
  • 28 t (28 long tons; 31 short tons) of food and 100,000 l (22,000 imp gal; 26,000 US gal) of vehicle fuel on 28 February 2022.[144]
 Iceland The Government of Iceland decided to offer to transport military equipment to Ukraine for other countries, as Iceland does not have a military of its own. An Air Atlanta Icelandic freighter has been chartered and used to deliver military equipment from Slovenia to Ukraine.[145]
 India
  • Medicines, medical equipment.[146][147]
  • 100 Tents, 2,500 blankets on 3 March 2022.[148]
 Ireland The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney, approved military aid for Ukraine:
  • €9 million worth of non-lethal military equipment on 27 February 2022.[149][150][151]
 Israel
  • 100 tons of humanitarian aid, including medical supplies, water purification equipment, tents, blankets and warm clothing.[152]
  • 40 doctors and paramedics from United Hatzalah of Israel, with medical and humanitarian equipment, at the Moldova–Ukraine border to assist refugees, .[153]
  • A 66-bed field hospital in the western Ukrainian city of Mostyska operated by 60 Israeli medical personnel.[154]
  • Thousands of helmets and bulletproof vests.[155]
 Italy The Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Luigi Di Maio, approved military aid for Ukraine:

The Council of Ministers passed a law allowing Minister of Defence – after deliberation by the parliament – to send military aid to Ukraine on 1 March 2022,[159] in particular: an undisclosed number of mortars, Stinger missiles, M2 Browning, Beretta mg 42/59 light machine guns, Milan and Panzerfaust anti-tank weapons[160] and military equipment including medical aid and food rations.[161][162] In addition, Italy has supplied various Fiat pick-up trucks to Ukraine, which have been used as a platform to fire anti-air missiles. Italy is currently in the works of supplying military vehicles to Ukraine.[163] These vehicles include;

 Japan Prime Minister Fumio Kishida approved military aid for Ukraine: $200 million on 28 February 2022.[166][167][clarification needed] Tents, winter clothing, food items, hygiene products, cameras and power generators.[164]
 Kazakhstan
  • 1 March 2022:[168] 28.2 tons including medicine[169]
  • 28 March: 17.5 tons including bedding and food[169]
 Kosovo[a] €100,000 for humanitarian aid.[170]
 Kuwait $2 million in humanitarian aid to Ukraine and its neighboring countries on 16 April 2022.[171]
 Latvia
  • 11 Mercedes-Benz buses donated by the Riga municipality-owned Rīgas Satiksme to Kyiv filled with medicine, bandages and other medical materials prepared by Riga 1st Hospital and other donations from the public on 26 April 2022.[178]
  • Medical equipment worth €29,996S (platelet mass storage equipment, scales for blood preparation, centrifuge, blood separation equipment, and other devices from the State Blood Donor Centre and mobile melting devices, scales for blood preparation and transportation temperature meters from its cooperation partner "ECT Nordic OÜ").[179]
 Liechtenstein 500,000 CHF worth of humanitarian aid on 25 February 2022.[180]
 Lithuania
  • Weapons and ammunition, military training with instructors deployed in Ukraine, medical support as well as non-lethal military equipment (thermal and night vision devices, helmets, bullet proof vests, search and rescue equipment, etc.) since 2014.[181][182][183][184]
  • FIM-92 Stinger anti-aircraft missile systems and ammunition on 13 February 2022.[185]
  • Further €10 million military aid and continuous support was agreed on 23 March 2022.[186] On 21 April 2022, it was announced that since then Lithuania donated 120 mm heavy mortars, anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons, ammunition, grenades, machine guns, submachine guns and other equipment.[187]
  • €23 million in military equipment by the Blue/Yellow charity since 2014.[188]
  • €4 million in medical assistance sent on early March, 2022.[189]
  • 15.4 thousand atropine ampoules from private donations sent on April 8, 2022.[190]
 Luxembourg
  • 100 NLAW anti-tank weapons, jeeps, and 15 military tents announced on 28 February 2022.[191]
 Malta
  • The Government of Malta sent 6 containers of medicines and medical equipment worth over €1.15 million to Ukraine.[192]
 Moldova
 Mongolia

$200,000 of humanitarian aid on 4 April 2022.[194]

 Netherlands Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Liesje Schreinemacher, Minister of Foreign Affairs Wopke Hoekstra and Minister of Defence Kajsa Ollongren approved military aid for Ukraine on 18 February 2022 for a total value of 7.4 million:[195][196]

Schreinemacher, Hoekstra and Ollongren approved military aid for Ukraine on 27 February 2022:[197][198][199]

By 31 March 2022, the Netherlands had supplied more than €50 million of weapons to Ukraine, according to Ollongren.[200]

On 20 April it was reported that the Netherlands would be sending Panzerhaubitze 2000 155mm self-propelled howitzer to Ukraine with the ammunition and training to be provided by Germany in either Germany or Poland.[201]

On 28 April it was reported the Netherlands will send a few dozen Dutch military police people to Ukraine who are going to investigate war crimes.[202]

As of 10 April 2022, Dutch people donated 160.8 million Euro to Giro555 [nl] for Ukraine.[203]
 New Zealand Pledge of NZ$5 million partially for the purchase of non-lethal military equipment through NATO announced on 21 March 2022. Donation of surplus NZDF equipment:[204]
  • 473 helmets
  • 1,066 bullet-proof vests
  • 571 camouflage vests

On 11 April 2022 further support was announced:[205]

  • NZ$7.5 million for weapons and ammunition procurement by the UK
  • NZ$4.1 million towards providing commercial satellite access for Ukrainian intelligence.
  • Contributing a C-130H Hercules and staff to UK based European military airlift operations for two months.
 North Macedonia Pledged military equipment and material to Ukraine on 1 March 2022.[207]
 Norway Flown to Poland on the afternoon of 28 February 2022:[208]
  • 5,000 helmets, 1,500 bullet-proof vests and 1,000 gas masks.
  • 2,000 sleeping bags, 10,000 sleeping pads and 15,000 field rations.[209]

The Norwegian government announced the following aid on 28 February flown to Poland on 3 March 2022:[210]

  • 2,000 M72 LAW (light anti tank weapon), breaking a 60-year ban on weapon exports to active warzones.[211]
  • Another shipment of adittional 2,000 M72 LAW (light anti tank weapon) was announced on 30 March 2022 [212]

The Norwegian government sent new military assistance on April 19:[213]

  • 100 French-produced Mistral anti-air missiles and undisclosed number of launchers

26 April the Norwegian government allocated $43.7m towards British efforts to procure weapons and ammunition for Ukraine and said it may make direct contributions to Ukraine from its own inventory again in the future.[214]

Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre approved humanitarian aid for Ukraine:

Norwegian dairy product cooperative Tine is sending 40,000 litres of milk to Ukraine at the request of the Ukrainian embassy in Oslo.[216]

 Pakistan 15 tons of humanitarian assistance which include emergency medicines, electro-medical equipment, winter bedding and food items, delivered on 15 March 2022.[217][218]
 Poland
  • As of 18 March more than 2,000,000 refugees had crossed the border into Poland.[227] See Ukrainian refugee crisis
  • More than 120 wagons, or 1500 tons of food, have arrived in Kharkiv and Zaporizhia in transportation organized by the Chancellery of the Prime Minister and RARS. Transportation is the largest humanitarian shipment sent so far inward Ukraine.[228]
 Portugal President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa approved military aid for Ukraine:
  • 60 to 70 tons of military equipment from Portugal,[229] had been delivered to Ukraine by 6 April. "Military equipment consisting of (combat) vests, (combat) helmets, night vision goggles, grenades, and ammunition of different calibres, complete portable radios, analogue repeaters and G3 automatic rifles", announced on 26 February 2022.[230][231][232]
  • €8 to €10 million ($8.7 to US$11 million) contribution to the €450 to €500 million EU package of military support to the Ukrainian armed forces [233]
  • On 6 April 2022, Portugal's Minister of Foreign Affairs announced that more military equipment would be sent to Ukraine.[234] Portugal is sending another 99 tons of military and medical equipment to Ukraine soon, according to the Minister of Defence, following a meeting with the Ukrainian Ambassador on 11 April 2022.[235][236]
  • On 1 March 2022 the Portuguese government launched a comprehensive host programme for Ukrainian citizens ensuring displaced persons reception and response for temporary protection, transport to Portugal, accommodation, health care, employment, education and equivalence of academic degrees, Portuguese language classes, pet animal entry, driving licenses, an electronic platform coordinated with national associations, volunteer groups, assistances offers, etc.), and telephone and email support for Ukrainian citizens.[237]
  • By 3 March 2022 Portugal had delivered 204,000 medicinal units including antibiotics, 416,000 syringes and needles, and additional medicinal products were being prepared by Portuguese pharmaceutical companies to be sent later worth €100,000 (US$109,000). 603 Portuguese hospital beds were made available for infirmary (495), and intensive care (108), for patients transferred from Ukraine.[238]
  • Portuguese Fire Fighters donated and delivered 11 ambulances to Ukraine, arriving at the Ukrainian border on 14 March 2022.[239][240]
  • National campaigns began donating clothing, blankets, canned, and packaged food deliveries to Ukraine, and refugee transport to Portugal immediately after Russia started its aggression upon Ukraine on 24 February 2022. Campaigns are organised by numerous Portuguese civil society organisations, Roman Catholic Church parishes, the Portuguese Red Cross,[241] NGO's, and the private sector.[242] Portuguese milk and fruit juice is observed being served by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on 4 April 2022, shortly after Bucha was liberated by Ukrainian forces.[243]
  • By 10 April 2022, Portugal had received 29,560 requests for residence from Ukrainian refugees, more than doubling the size of the Ukrainian community in Portugal in seven weeks.[244]
 Qatar $5 million in humanitarian aid to support Ukrainian refugees and internally displaced people on 9 April 2022.[245]
 Romania President Klaus Iohannis approved military aid for Ukraine:
  • €3 million ($3.3 million) worth of non-lethal military equipment on 28 February 2022.[246][103]
    • 2,000 combat helmets.[247]
    • 2,000 bulletproof vests.[247]
    • Fuel, ammunition, food, water, and medicines.[246]
 San Marino Three pallets of medical aid on 15 March 2022.[252]
 Saudi Arabia $10 million of humanitarian aid to provide medical aid and shelter to Ukrainian refugees.[253]
 Singapore Singapore sent three tranches of aid through the Singapore Red Cross, totaling US$2.65 million worth of humanitarian assistance.[254]
 Slovakia
  • 10 million l (2,200,000 imp gal; 2,600,000 US gal) of petrol.
  • 2.6 million l (570,000 imp gal; 690,000 US gal) of kerosene jet fuel for aircraft.
  • 12,000 rounds of 120 mm ammunition.[255]
  • 486 air defence systems, 100 air defence launchers and anti-tank missiles, altogether worth €4.5 million[256]
  • S-300 air defence system[257]
 Slovenia The Slovenian Government approved aid for Ukraine in form of automatic rifles, ammunition and helmets.[258] The Slovenian Government sent €100,000 to the ICRC, earmarked for the Ukrainian refugees[259] Slovenia sent to Ukraine 200 sleeping bags, 200 pairs of rubber boots, 10 diesel generators, 250,000 latex gloves, 250,000 nitryl gloves and 600,000 facemasks.[260]
 South Korea

The Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs approved military aid for Ukraine:

  • An unspecified amount of cash announced on 8 March.[264][265]
  • Bilateral ODA to be increased by designating Ukraine as key 중점협력국 "Priority Cooperation Country" for years 2021–2025.[261][262]
  • US$10 million worth of humanitarian assistance announced on 28 February 2022,[266] amounting to 40 tons of medical supplies which prioritizes Ukraine's specific requests including first aid kits, portable oxygen generators, blankets, respirators, etc.[264][265][267]
  • On 28 February, offered temporary work and residency permits to 3,843 Ukrainian expats living in Korea. The permit is of indeterminate length and lasts until the situation in Ukraine "stabilizes". The offer includes amnesty for Ukrainians whose period of stay has already expired.[268]
  • Announced plans to open a new KOICA office in Ukraine.[261]
  • Market release of some of the petroleum which Korea holds as part of its strategic reserve, as well as re-selling LNG to Europe as part of "international efforts to help Ukraine."[269][270][261]
  • US$1.6 million worth of non-lethal military and medical supplies such as bulletproof vests, helmets, medical supplies and meals, ready-to-eat (MREs) in March 2022.[271]
 Spain
  • 1,370 Instalaza C-90 anti-tank grenade launchers, an unspecified number of light machine guns and 700,000 bullets on 2 March 2022.[272]
  • Unspecified shipment of arms and ammunition[273]
  • 1 RG-31 Nyala mine-resistant vehicle configured as an ambulance[273]
 Sweden Military aid for Ukraine which was approved by the Riksdag on the 28 February 2022:[276]

5,000 additional AT4 anti-tank weapons, along with demining equipment pledged on 23 March 2022.[279] On 13 April, it was announced that the Swedish Customs Service received approval to send surplus personal protection equipment, including helmets and bullet proof vests, to Ukraine.[280]

27 February 2022: 100 million Swedish krona towards humanitarian aid in Ukraine distributed as follows:[281][282]

On 22 April, the Swedish government announced that equipment used to repair the electrical grid would be donated to Ukraine.[283]

  Switzerland
  • 35 t (34 long tons; 39 short tons) of aid and medical supplies delivered to Kyiv by the Swiss Humanitarian Aid Unit on 6 March 2022.[284][285]
  • On 11 March 2022 the humanitarian aid was extended to 80 million CHF by the Swiss government for Ukraine and in neighboring countries that host Ukrainian refugees.[286]
 Taiwan
  • 27 t (27 long tons; 30 short tons) of medical supplies.[287]
  • President Tsai Ing-wen, Vice President William Lai and Premier Su Tseng-chang announced on 2 March 2022 that they will each donate one month of their salary as humanitarian aid.[288]
  • Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has opened a special account for disaster relief in Ukraine, calling for donations from all walks of life. The Disaster Relief Foundation announced that as of 1 April 2022, total funds raised were NT$944.68 million (US$32 million). The Diplomatic Section provides grants to aid Ukrainian refugees.
 Thailand
  • 2 million baht (~$60,000) towards humanitarian aid in Ukraine [289]
 Turkey
  • Additional Bayraktar TB2 drones sold on 2 March 2022.[290] An estimated number of 20–50 Bayraktar drones present in Ukraine.[291]
Unspecified number of blankets, tents, sleeping bags, cleaning and hygiene materials as well as five specialists, one mobile kitchen and one disaster response vehicle.[292]
 Turkmenistan

On 27 of April 2022, Kun.uz and Hronikatm.com confrimed that Turkemnistan will send an unspecified amount of humanitarian aid, which includes medicines and clothing. https://www.hronikatm.com/2022/04/ukraine-humanitarian-aid/ https://kun.uz/ru/news/2022/04/27/turkmenistan-napravit-gumanitarnuyu-pomoshch-ukraine

 United Arab Emirates 50 tonnes of humanitarian aid including medical on 14 April 2022.[293]
 United Kingdom
  • Trained 22,000 Ukrainian troops since 2015 as part of Operation Orbital.[294]
  • Sale of two Sandown-class minehunters.[295]
  • £1.7bn agreement to support the acquisition of eight missile craft and one frigate.[296]
  • Delivered "thousands" of NLAW and Javelin anti-armour weapons.[297] Stated to be over 4,000 as of 16 March 2022.[298]
  • £25 million in financial backing for the Ukrainian military.[299]
  • Unspecified further military aid, on 28 February 2022.[300]
  • Unspecified number of Javelin anti-tank missiles, on 10 March 2022.[301]
  • The UK announced a further 6,000 defensive missiles will be sent to Ukraine, on 24 March 2022.[302]
  • Starstreak man-portable air-defense systems.[303]
  • UK announced the supply of an unspecified amount of "armoured vehicles and long-range artillery" to Ukraine, on 31 March 2022,[304] on 9 April a figure of 120 armoured vehicles was given along with an unspecified number of anti-ship missiles.[305] A 14 April interview gave the following partial breakdown:[306]
  • British Army donates 84,000 helmets to Ukraine.[308]
  • UK announced an additional £100 million in military aid, on 8 April. This includes further Starstreak missiles, 800 NLAW,[309] Javelin anti-tank missiles and precision loitering munitions. Further military helmets, nightvision equipment and body armour will be provided on top of 200,000 pieces of non-lethal military equipment supplied so far.[310]
  • UK announced further unspecified amount of lethal military aid to Ukraine on 23 April. "The Prime Minister confirmed that the UK is providing more defensive military aid, including protected mobility vehicles, drones and anti-tank weapons."[311]
  • Deployment of RC-135W Rivet Joint surveillance aircraft to provide information on size and position of Russian forces.[312]
  • ISTAR (intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance) support, both standalone and in partnership with the United States.[313]
  • 23 February - pledged £3.5bn in UK export financing, underwrote $500m in MLDB borrowing and provided a £100m loan via the World Bank for economic development.[314]
  • 23 March - UK donated $100m directly to the Ukrainian government budget to mitigate financial pressures created by Russia's unprovoked and illegal invasion.[315]
  • 9 April - UK increased its World Bank loan guarantees to £730m ($1bn).[305]
  • 25 April - UK announced it was cutting tariffs and quotas on all trade with Ukraine to zero.[316]
  • £100 million of humanitarian aid announced on 23 February 2022.[317]
  • £40 million additional humanitarian aid announced on 27 February 2022.[318]
  • Additional £80 million in aid to help Ukraine deal with humanitarian crisis on 1 March 2022.[319]
  • £4 million in humanitarian aid to Ukraine on 28 February 2022.[320]
  • £4 million combined package of financial and humanitarian aid, announced on 1 March 2022.[321]
  • UK announced "supplies of rations, medical equipment and other non-lethal military aid will also be increased" on 10 March 2022.[301]
  • On 14 March 2022, the UK government announced plans to provide vital energy support to Ukraine through the Ukraine Electricity Network Support Taskforce. The UK donated more than 500 mobile generators.[322]
  • £2 million in vital food supplies for areas of Ukraine encircled by Russian forces.[323]
  • UK announced the donation of a "fleet of ambulances" to Ukraine, on 6 April 2022.[324]
  • UK announced the amount it had donated through multilateral donor conferences for humanitarian aid totaled £394m so far on 9 April.[305]
  • 25 April UK donating a further 22 ambulances on top of 20 ambulances and 40 fire engines already donated and giving £300k of medical training in treating mass casualty victims and £300k in medicines and supplies.[325]

 Bailiwick of Jersey:

£1,360,000 in humanitarian aid updated 8 April 2022.[326]

 Bailiwick of Guernsey:

£500,000 in humanitarian aid announced on 2 March 2022.[327][328] Donation of firefighting gear on 8 March 2022.[329]

 Isle of Man:

£500,000 of humanitarian aid on 21 March 2022.[330]

 United States President Barack Obama approved military aid for Ukraine:
  • Trained Ukrainian troops since April 2015 as part of JMTG-U (Joint Multinational Training Group-Ukraine) [331]
  • $5 million of non-lethal military equipment on 4 June 2014.[332][333][334]
  • $75 million of non-lethal military equipment on 11 March 2015.[335][336][337]

President Donald Trump approved military aid for Ukraine:

President Joe Biden approved military aid for Ukraine:

  • 90 tons[clarification needed] of lethal military equipment on 22 January 2021.[350][351]
  • $125 million of lethal military equipment on 1 March 2021.[352][353]
  • $150 million of lethal military equipment on 11 June 2021.[354][355]
  • $60 million of lethal military equipment on 1 September 2021.[356][357][358]
  • $350 million of lethal military equipment, on 25 February 2022.[359][360][361]
  • US Secretary of State Antony Blinken assured Ukraine's foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba of unspecified further military aid, on 1 March 2022.[362][363]
  • $200 million of arms and equipment, including Javelin anti-tank missiles and Stinger anti-aircraft missiles, on 12 March 2022.[364]
  • The White House said that before 16 March 2022, aid sent by the US included:[365]
    • 600 Stinger systems
    • About 2,600 Javelin systems
    • Five Mil Mi-17 helicopters
    • Three patrol boats
    • Four counter-artillery and counter-unmanned aerial system tracking radars
    • Four counter-mortar radar systems
    • 200 grenade launchers and ammunition
    • 200 shotguns
    • 200 machine guns
    • Nearly 40 million rounds of small arms ammunition
    • Over 1 million grenade, mortar and artillery rounds
    • 70 Humvees and other vehicles
    • Unspecified amounts of secure communications, electronic warfare detection systems, body armor, helmets and other tactical gear, military medical equipment, explosive ordnance disposal and demining equipment
    • Satellite imagery and analysis capability.
  • $800 million in military equipment announced on 16 March 2022, funded from the $13.6 billion in aid signed on 15 March. The package includes:[366]
    • 2,000 Javelin anti-tank weapons
    • 1,000 light anti-armor weapons
    • 6,000 AT4 anti-armor systems
    • 800 Stinger anti-aircraft systems
    • 100 Switchblade drones[367]
    • 100 grenade launchers
    • 5,000 rifles
    • 1,000 pistols
    • 400 machine guns
    • 400 shotguns
    • Over 20 million rounds of small arms ammunition, grenade launcher rounds and mortar rounds
    • 25,000 sets of body armor
    • 25,000 helmets
    • Laser-Guided Rockets
  • $800 million of lethal military equipment, on 13 April 2022:[368][369]
  • $800m military package was announced 21 April completing the drawdown from the $13.6bn military and humanitarian funding envelope approved by Congress March 15[373]
    • 72 M777 155 mm towed howitzer with 144,000 rounds of ammunition[373]
    • 72 artillery towing vehicles
    • 121 Phoenix Ghost tactical drones, a reduced capability alternative to the Switchblade quickly designed for export to Ukraine.[374]
Obama:

Trump:

Biden:

Obama:

Biden:

  • $1 billion in food, medicine, water and other supplies on 24 March 2022.[389]
 Uzbekistan

On 17 March 2022, Uzbekistan sent 28 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine, and this included medical supplies, bandages and anti-viral pills, which was confirmed by Gazeta.uz on the same day. On 8 April 2022, Uzbekistan sent 34 additional tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine, including medical aid kits, food supplies and anti-viral pills, which was confirmed on 11 April 2022 by BBC news O'zbek, BBC news Кыргыз, Kun.uz and Gazeta.uz.[390]

  Vatican City

As of March 2022, the Vatican has sent two Cardinals to Ukraine to provide “material and spiritual support” to the Ukrainian people.[391] Pope Francis has also donated medical supplies to Ukrainian refugees through the Office of Papal Charities.[392]

Provided by supranational organizations

Supranational organization Aid provided
 EU
  • Around €17 billion in grants and loans from 2014 till February 12, 2022.[393]
  • €1.2 billion loan approved February 16, 2022[394]
  • €450 million worth of lethal weapons, announced on 27 February 2022,[395] under the European Peace Facility.
  • €50 million worth of non-lethal aid, announced on 27 February 2022.[396]
  • €500 million in humanitarian aid, announced on 1 March 2022.[397]
  • Provision of satellite intelligence, notably through the European Union Satellite Centre, as part of the 1 March 2022 resolution on the Russian aggression against Ukraine.[398]
  • In March 2022, the EU reported a total of 10,000 free beds from hospitals in all EU countries "reserved" for Ukrainians and the first war casualties from Ukraine were transported to hospitals in EU countries.[399]
  • Increase of military aid under the European Peace Facility to €1 billion, announced on 23 March 2022.[400]
  • Military aid increased to €1.5 billion under the European Peace Facility on 13 April 2022, assistance includes personal protective equipment, first aid kits and fuel, as well as military equipment.[401]

Provided by companies

More than 100 companies have taken actions in support of Ukraine, including boycotts, in February and March 2022.

Company Aid provided Date provided
Microsoft

Deployed patches against a targeted "wiper" malware used against Ukrainian authorities, placing their Threat Intelligence Center on high alert for such attacks.[402]

23 February

FTX

Provided the equivalent of $25 in FTX cryptocurrency to each Ukrainian citizen.[403][404]

24 February

Google

Provided $2M in donated ads to help those affected find resources.[405][404]

25 February

KFC

Opened their kitchens to prepare food for those in need, especially for the military and hospitals.[406]

26 February

McDonald's

Donated food to local councils to be distributed to those in need, including water, vegetables, fruit, eggs, rolls, and salads.[406]

27 February

Airbnb
  • Provided free short-term housing for up to 100,000 Ukrainian refugees.[407]
  • Waived fees for Ukrainian Airbnb hosts so that foreign donors could book rentals, without staying there, as a direct donation to hosts.[408][404]

28 February

SpaceX

28 February to 18 March

Bolt Bolt will donate 5 million EUR = 5% of every order in Europe to Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs)[412] 1 March
Lego

110 million DKK for humanitarian aid via Red Cross, Save the Children and UNICEF.[413]

1 March

Snap

Pledged $15 million in humanitarian aid.[414]

1 March

Philip Morris International Donated 500,000 packs of cigarettes to the Ukrainian military.[415] 1 March
Amazon

Pledged $10 million in aid; using its logistics capability for supplies and cybersecurity expertise.[414]

2 March

Kakao
  • Donated ₩4.2 billion (approx. $3.65 million) worth of Klay cryptocurrency to UNICEF.[416]
  • Separately, various fundraising campaigns through Together Kakao have gathered ₩430 million (approx. $374,000) as of 5 March.[416]

2 ~ 5 March

Wizz Air

Provided 100,000 airline tickets free of charge, to refugees, for short-distance flights from Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania in March 2022.[417]

2 March

LMG Tactical

South Korean military gear manufacturer LMG Tactical donated bulletproof vests and ammunition pouches directly to the Ukrainian Embassy in Seoul.[418]

3 March

Meta Platforms

Committed $15 million to support humanitarian efforts in Ukraine and neighboring countries.[419]

3 March

Pearl Abyss

Provided ₩100 million (approx. $87,000) in emergency medical relief funds[420]

3 March

SK Group

Provided ₩1.2 billion (approx. $1 million)[421]

3 March

AMMO, Inc. Has pledged to donate 1 million rounds of ammunition worth roughly $700k to Ukraine after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's famous statement "I need ammunition, not a ride".[422]

4 March

Medi-Tox
  • South Korean biopharmaceutical company Medi-Tox provided ₩100 million (approx. $87,000) to the Ukrainian Embassy in Seoul.[423]
  • Donated ₩200 million (approx. $174,000) worth of biopharmaceutical goods to Ukrainian company EMET for free.[423]

4 March

Polkadot and VeChain Polkadot and VeChain developers also donated $13M for Ukraine for their help. Based on data collected, the amount of tracked crypto donations that are sent to the Ukrainian government, military, and charities has surpassed (approx.$37 million). These amounts include Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Tether (USDT), and some other altcoins.[424] 4 March
Vista Outdoor Pledged to donate 1 million rounds of small-caliber ammunition to Ukraine after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's famous statement "I need ammunition, not a ride".[425]

4 March

Grammarly Ukrainian-founded Grammarly stated to donate all the profits it made in Russia and Belarus since 2014. It plans to create a $5 million fund, in addition to already donated $1 million to Ukrainian humanitarian communities.[426]

5 March

Samsung Electronics
  • Donated $5 million to the Ukrainian Red Cross Society and other charities.[427]
  • Donated $1 million worth of personal electronics and white goods to the people of Ukraine.[427]
  • Separately, a private fundraising campaign by Samsung Electronics employees will donate additional funds.[427]

5 March

Binance Donated $10 million for humanitarian needs[428] and donated $2.5 million to UNICEF on 7 March to help Ukrainian children.[429]

7 March

Hyundai Motors

Donated $1 million to the Red Cross earmarked as emergency relief for Ukraine.[430]

8 March

POSCO International
  • Donated $500,000 to the Red Cross earmarked as emergency relief for Ukraine.[431]
  • Donated medical supplies directly to Ukrainian hospitals.[431]

8 March

TYM
  • Donated 10 tractors along with other farming equipment to the Ukrainian Embassy in Seoul.[432]
  • Donated ₩100 million (approx. $87,000) in cash for Ukrainian humanitarian relief.[432]

8 March

Kel-Tec

Pledged to donate 400 SUB-2000 semi-automatic carbines valued at $200,000 to the Ukrainian Armed Forces.[433]

18 March

Provided by other

  • "Blue/Yellow" charity in Lithuania, dedicated for supporting Ukraine, collected over €22.9 million (as of March 30) from the citizens of Lithuania.[434][435]
  • Citizens of Japan donated $35 million.[436][437]
  • Citizens of Taiwan donated $945 million NTD (US$33 million) as of 2 April 2022.[439][440]
  • Citizens of South Korea have so far donated $3 million directly to the Ukrainian Embassy in Seoul.[441]
  • Citizens globally have provided 11.6 billion UAH to special NBU multi-currency foundraising accounts[454] and over $21 million in cryptocurrency, as of 1 March 2022.[455][456]
  • According to President Zelenskyy, 16,000 foreigners have volunteers to join an International Brigade in response to Ukraine call for foreign fighters.[457]
  • United Hatzalah of Israel sent a team of 55 medical personnel, doctors, paramedics, and EMTs, on a rotation basis to assist Ukrainian refugees in Moldova by providing free medical treatment and humanitarian aid to refugees.[458] The EMS organization then began utilizing its Ukrainian based volunteers as well as those who came from Israel, to deliver food and medical supplies to hospitals and medical clinics inside Ukraine, while extricating injured and ill people out of Ukraine to receive care in other countries.[459] They airlifted 3,000 Ukrainian refugees to Israel in an operation codenamed Operation Orange Wings.[460]
  • Many Airbnb users across the globe have booked thousands of apartments in Ukraine, though they have no intention to visit the war-torn country.[461]
  • Bunq CEO Ali Niknam stated to create a specialized fund to support Ukrainian refugees to get to Netherlands under a highly skilled migrant visa.[462]
  • In the United Kingdom, the Disasters Emergency Committee, an umbrella group of 15 British charities, launched a public appeal for humanitarian aid to Ukraine on 4 March 2022. It raised £55 million ($72.5 million) in the first day, including personal donations from the British royal family.[463] By 17 March, £200 million had been raised.[464] A televised fundraising concert for the appeal on 29 March called Concert for Ukraine raised a further £13.4 million within 24 hours.[465]
  • In Germany, €631 million have been donated (as of 25 March 2022) according to a survey by the "German Center for Social Affairs" "DZI" among 67 aid groups including the three fundraising campaigns Aktion Deutschland Hilft, "Bündnis Entwicklung Hilft" and "Aktionsbündnis Katastrophenhilfe".[466]
  • Netflix co-founder Reed Hastings announced a $1 million donation to Razom, a Ukrainian NGO.[467]
  • Citizens of the Netherlands donated €150 million (as of 18 March 2022) via a fundraising campaign called Giro 555 [468]
  • In March 2022, a donation-financed airlift called Ukraine Air Rescue was established under the umbrella of the non-profit German organization European Danube Academy ("Europäische Donau-Akademie"), with more than 100 pilots participating, delivering medical supplies to the polish-Ukrainian border.[469]
  • Citizens of Finland had donated over €53 million to fundraising campaigns of major aid agencies by Easter 2022.[470]
  • Citizens of the Czech Republic donated over CZK 3,4 billion as of 17 April 2022.[471]
  • In addition to private donations, numerous American states and local law enforcement agencies are donating surplus protective equipment through the Ukrainian American Coordinating Council and other organizations.[472]

Appealed and pledged by United Nations

The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs made an appeal for $1.7 billion in aid to the 2022 Ukrainian refugee crisis – including $1.1 billion in humanitarian aid to Ukraine – on 1 March 2022.[473] United Nations's under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Martin Griffiths announced that "$1.5 billion has been pledged."[474]

Russian response

Russia has sent a diplomatic letter to the United States warning it not to supply Ukraine anymore weapons. That the United States and NATO aid of the "most sensitive" weapons to Ukraine were "adding fuel" and could bring "unpredictable consequences."[475]

Olga Skabeyeva said on state-owned Rossiya 1 TV: "It can safely be called World War Three. That's entirely for sure. [...] We're definitely fighting against NATO infrastructure, if not NATO itself. We need to recognise that."[476] She has further claimed that NATO is supplying Ukraine with "zillions of weapons".[477]

Russia banned members of the UK cabinet including current prime minister Boris Johnson and former PM Theresa May from visiting the country: "In essence, the British leadership is deliberately aggravating the situation around Ukraine, pumping the Kyiv regime with lethal weapons and coordinating similar efforts on the part of NATO."[478]

Other responses

India has put limits on the supply of aid to Ukraine. Denying a Japanese military plane permission to land. Initially the C-2 Greyhound, with the Japanese Self Defence Force, had been given permission to land and fly on to the UAE. Responding that only civilian planes are allowed to deliver aid. This has forced Japan to change how it will delivery its humanitarian aid.[479]

Israel has declined to supply military aid. Only humanitarian aid. This is in part due to the security co-operation Israel and Russia have over targets in Syria. Israel will only supply protective material for emergency services. Not military.[480][481]

South Korea has declined to send any lethal aid such as the KM-SAM missile system citing its security situation.[482]

Taiwan has kept to humanitarian aid as well.[483]

South Africa has maintained a neutrality stance.[484] As has Ireland despite public pressure to send arms. It has stuck to humanitarian aid. [485]

Future military aid

In late March 2022, Ukrainian President President Volodymyr Zelensky requested "1 percent" of NATO's planes and tanks.[486] Ukraine's requirements moved from defensive weapons which are hand-held such as NLAW, Stinger, Starstreak, Javelin and drones to heavier weapons such as artillery, tanks, and aircraft. Ukraine had been relying on Eastern European NATO members old stockpiles of Soviet equipment, but the number of manufacturers of Soviet equipment in Eastern Europe is limited.[487]

Following pleas from Zelensky for countries to send heavier weapons and air defenses to aid in battling Russia, a meeting was held under the name "Ukraine Defense Consultative Group" on 26 April 2022 at Ramstein Air Base in Germany with defense ministers and chiefs of staff from more than 40 countries, led by United States Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III.[488][489][490] They were joined by Ukrainian Minister of Defense Oleksii Reznikov.[490] The meeting discussed "a steady flow of weapons and other military aid" to Ukraine.[491] The coalition planned to continue meeting as a monthly "contact group" to address long-term support for Ukraine. In addition to European Union NATO countries, Ukraine, and the U.S., the coalition includes: Sweden, Finland, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, Morocco, Kenya, Liberia, Tunisia, Jordan, and Israel.[489] Their purpose is to work out ongoing aid to Ukraine, with an emphasis on providing "lethal aid" to help with the ongoing war. Austin said, "I'd like this whole group to leave today with a common, transparent understanding of Ukraine's near-term security requirements—because we're going to keep on moving heaven and earth to meet them."[490] According to Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby: "A new phase, …I think [Austin] also wants to take a longer, larger view of the defense relationships that Ukraine will need to have going forward, when the war is over."[488]

Kirby said, "I don’t think anybody can predict how long this is going to go on… The truth is… if Mr. Putin pulled his forces out and stopped this illegal invasion, and sat down in good faith with Mr. Zelensky, [the conflict] could be over now."[488] U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson estimates that this war will endure into 2023.[492] This follows U.S. and other NATO countries giving Western equipment to Ukraine.[493] Russian comments about a desire to move onto Moldova, after occupying the Southern Ukraine coast and the Donbas, also threatens to expand the scope of the conflict.[494] Although Putin and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov have characterized the conflict as a proxy war instigated by NATO, the U.S.-led Ukraine Defense Consultative Group reflects a broader coalition of countries.[489][495][496]

See also

Invasion

Reactions

Sanctions, boycotts, censorship and cyberwarfare

Humanitarian crisis

Equipment

Notes

a.   ^ The political status of Kosovo is disputed. Having unilaterally declared independence from Serbia in 2008, it is formally recognised as an independent state by 97 UN member states (with another 15 recognising it at some point but then withdrawing recognition), while Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory.

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