Estonia sends Ukraine new batch of Javelin rockets
Estonia will send more military aid to Ukraine in the form of Javelin anti-tank missiles and anti-aircraft munitions, Defense Chancellor Kusti Salm has said.
"We will provide additional military assistance to Ukraine. 25,000 packages of dry food, medical equipment, personal equipment, ammunition, an additional batch of Javelin missiles and anti-aircraft ammunition," Salm said at a press conference on Friday.
This will be the second batch of anti-tank missiles for Ukraine. The first was sent in early February and was delivered to Ukraine before the Russian military operation.
Estonia received Javelin missiles from the United States, bought some of them, received the other part as military aid. For their supply to third countries, it is necessary to obtain the permission of the country that owns this type of weapon. The United States gave Estonia such permission.