Croatia and Ukraine

Total commitments

Military commitments

Humanitarian commitments

Financial commitments

Aid to refugees
  • On 3 March 2022, Government of Croatia approved 1.8 million kn ($264,000/€238,000) of urgent humanitarian aid to Moldova, to help Ukrainian refugees. This aid includes electricity aggregators, tents, blankets, and masks.[52]
  • On 9 April 2022, Prime Minister Andrej Plenković pledged an additional €100 million to support Ukrainian refugees currently seeking refuge in Croatia.[53]
  • £4.79 million for the cost of health services for Ukrainian refugees in Croatia.[54]
  • £863,000 for active employment policies for Ukrainian refugees in Croatia.[54]
  • £200,000 for Ukrainian students in Croatia.[54]
  • £340,000 for transportation for refugees in the country.[54]
Humanitarian aid
  • On 17 March 2022, The Croatian Medical Chamber (HLK) donated 300,000 kn in humanitarian aid to buy medical products and equipment for Ukrainian people and doctors.[55]
  • As of 23 February 2023, Croatia donated €37 million of humanitarian aid to Ukraine.[56]
  • On 31 July 2023 Croatia donated €1 million to the World Food Programme project to demine Ukrainian farmland.[57]
The Croatian Minister of DefenceMario Banožić, approved military and humanitarian aid for Ukraine on 28 February 2022: Helicopters
  • 14 Mi-8 helicopters (including Mi-8MTV-1 variants) [Nine delivered in May 2023, further five to be delivered].[62]
Towed artillery
  • 15 130mm M-46 (M-46H1 variant) field guns [13 August 2022].[63]
  • 40 D-30 howitzers.[64]
Multiple rocket launchers Small arms
  • At least 20,000 Zastava M70 assault rifles [February 2022].[66]
  • 5,000 FN FAL battle rifles.[64]
  • Machine guns with ammunition [February 2022].[67]
Man-portable air defence systems Ammunition
  • Procurement of 155mm ammunition through European Defense Agency [To be delivered].[25]
Miscellaneous equipment
  • Protective equipment [February 2022].[67]